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Schematic and Eagle brd file?
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Yes.
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Thanks Mike, Umm where?
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Did you look in the Hardware section of the Reference page?
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Yes, the Uno is there but not the Uno Smd.

I know what the circuit should be with the tqfp pinouts, but I was looking for the actual reference design, as there was at least one or two minor circuit changes, I have heard anecdotally, between the UNO and and the UNO SMD.

The schematic on the hardware page is the UNO not the UNO SMD  
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Ah, didn't realize there was an arduino Uno version with SMD.
I have been very happy buildng ProMini's int things, just using a deuemilanove for testing new portions of circuits, like checking out code with a shift register driving a new display type.
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Yes, the SMD variant is the newest revision, to compensate for atmega328 dip shortages.

There have been some limited mentions of slight alterations in the circuit of this unit, so I was looking for the reference design for the specific UNO SMD versioning.

The version under hardware is the Original UNO reference schematic
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