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'[AVR]: The AT76C711'
2002\09\25@221257 by Brendan Moran

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Does anyone know which of the AVR instruction sets the AT76C711 uses?

From what I can tell, there are 3 instruction sets: one that has 133, one
with 90 and one with 89 instructions.  (The ATmega, ATtiny11/12, and AT90
respectively.)

TIA

--Brendan

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2002\09\26@032010 by Katinka Mills

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Subject: [AVR]: The AT76C711


Does anyone know which of the AVR instruction sets the AT76C711 uses?

From what I can tell, there are 3 instruction sets: one that has 133, one
with 90 and one with 89 instructions.  (The ATmega, ATtiny11/12, and AT90
respectively.)

Hi Brendan,

Well it says it is based on the AT90S8515 so I would assume 89 instructions
as all the classic AVR's had. Have not played with this chip yet, but have a
few samples on order.


Regards,

Kat.

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