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Mar 21, 2016, 05:46 pm Last Edit: Mar 21, 2016, 05:54 pm by tharunprasanth
     I am currently doing a project using arduino due.
     I need the process technology of the arduino due for my project.
     Can someone please help me in finding the process size in nm for arduino due?


I tried to find it a long time ago (SAM3X8E silicon process node) and was unsuccessful.

I was able to determine that Texas Instruments Cortex-M4F based TM4C1294NCPDT mcu was built on a .65nm process. That's used to power their TM4C129XL Launchpad board ( a good alternative to the DUE). I don't know where I found that detail, but I wrote it down in my notes (just didn't record the reference).

 I don't know if that information helps you much at all.

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