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-Atmel ARM processor with internal oscillator and optional external oscillator (pads provided but not populated).+[[piep:​boards|back to Boards]] 
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 +===== Atmel SAM3 ARM ===== 
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 +/* Atmel ARM processor with internal oscillator and optional external oscillator (pads provided but not populated).
    
 Key features include: Key features include:
-• USB OTG (implemented on processor board) + 
-• USARTS – Four channels for implementation of SCI, SPI, and other popular communications protocols (TTL level signals, associated peripheral cards required for implementation on some protocols) +  * USB OTG (implemented on processor board) 
-• I2C / TWI – Two channels +  ​* ​USARTS – Four channels for implementation of SCI, SPI, and other popular communications protocols (TTL level signals, associated peripheral cards required for implementation on some protocols) 
-• Timer / Counters – Nine channel / 32 bit timer +  ​* ​I2C / TWI – Two channels 
-• PWM – Eight channel; 16 bit PWMs, including complementary pairs (PWMH / PWML) – also includes motion fault outputs +  ​* ​Timer / Counters – Nine channel / 32 bit timer 
-• RTC – Real time clock with time / date capabilities +  ​* ​PWM – Eight channel; 16 bit PWMs, including complementary pairs (PWMH / PWML) – also includes motion fault outputs 
-• ATD – Sixteen channel, 12-bit ATD with on-board or external ATD reference +  ​* ​RTC – Real time clock with time / date capabilities 
-• DAC – One 2-channel digital to analog converter +  ​* ​ATD – Sixteen channel, 12-bit ATD with on-board or external ATD reference 
-• CAN – Two CAN channels +  ​* ​DAC – One 2-channel digital to analog converter 
-• Ethernet – One Ethernet channel +  ​* ​CAN – Two CAN channels 
-• SD Card and NAND Flash interface (via DPIP headers) +  ​* ​Ethernet – One Ethernet channel 
-• General Purpose I/O – 103 total I/O lines; can be configured for edge or level interrupt +  ​* ​SD Card and NAND Flash interface (via DPIP headers) 
-• Vsupply (processor and peripherals) – 3.3Volts only (as implemented on E3 Embedded PIEP)+  ​* ​General Purpose I/O – 103 total I/O lines; can be configured for edge or level interrupt 
 +  ​* ​Vsupply (processor and peripherals) – 3.3Volts only (as implemented on E3 Embedded PIEP)
    
 Many signal pins can be remapped for alternate functions. ​ For additional details refer to the SAM3X summary; Atmel document number: ​ doc11057s. Many signal pins can be remapped for alternate functions. ​ For additional details refer to the SAM3X summary; Atmel document number: ​ doc11057s.
  
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