assuming the above is correct I understand I'll be overclocking a bit at 16MHz, especially as the batteries drain.
Has anyone else done this?
Has anyone else done this? Maybe with a 328P and can let me know if things went well or they had problems? I feel like I've read that people have done this without any issue but since this is a small-run commercial product I'm working on I don't want it to be unstable.Any advice here is appreciated -- thanks in advance!
Going outside published parameters is only what idiots do.
Quote from: Grumpy_Mike on Jan 05, 2013, 10:42 amGoing outside published parameters is only what idiots do. wimp
I've run ATmega328's @ 16MHz @ 3.3V. One is connected to a nRF24L01 wireless module and a couple of I2C sensors. Have not had any issues.
So have you tested this over the full temperature range, over the full voltage tolerance range. Have you tested the voltage thresholds of the inputs, the voltage outputs and loading. The propagation delays and all the machine op codes? How many samples have you tested?
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