New ARM Cortex-M4 Flash MCU: Advanced Connectivity, Floating Point Unit

Industrial applications–from home and building control to machine-to-machine (M2M) communications to energy management–call for underlying technology with abundant connectivity peripherals, processing power and analog capabilities. Atmel’s newest ARM Cortex-M4 processor-based Flash microcontroller, the SAM4E, delivers on all of these fronts.

  • 10/100Mbps Ethernet MAC supporting IEEE 1588, full-speed USB 2.0 device and dual CAN
  • More processing power with a maximum operating frequency of 120MHz
  • Floating point unit
  • Two independent 16-bit ADCs with dual sample and hold, offset and gain error correction, programmable gain amplifier

As with Atmel’s other ARM Cortex-M as well as AVR microcontrollers, the SAM4E devices are supported by the Atmel Studio 6 integrated development platform. A free download, Atmel Studio 6 comes with more than 1,600 project examples that minimize much of the low-level coding for designs. With its integrated Atmel Gallery apps store, you can access a variety of Atmel and third-party embedded software, tools and extensions to support your design process.

Learn how SAM4E microcontrollers can support your next design.

2 thoughts on “New ARM Cortex-M4 Flash MCU: Advanced Connectivity, Floating Point Unit

  1. Sezys Aurto

    If you want to attract and keep readers you better start writing about interesting embedded stuff, instead of publishing boring marketing announcements with no added value.

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    1. Atmel Post author

      Hi, Sezys: Thanks for your feedback. Product news is one category of information that we share on our blog. We also write about design trends, applications and tips that are relevant to the embedded space. We hope that our readers find the breadth of information interesting.

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