The venerable 8-bit microcontroller (MCU) celebrated its 44th birthday this year. Even in middle age, the scrappy, numerically challenged architecture still finds its way into many new embedded applications. Of course, the last four decades of technological progress have spawned faster, more powerful MCUs that constantly threaten to occupy the market space reserved for 8-bit machines...
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