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Atmel AVR Studio 5

AVR Studio 5 supports all AVR microcontrollers. Now you can bring all your 8– and 32-bit AVR projects into one, easy-to-use environment.

AVR Studio® 5 brings an editor with assisted code writing, a wizard for quickly creating new projects, an AVR Software Framework source code library, a GNU C/C++ Compiler, a powerful simulator, and a front-end visualizer for all of Atmel's AVR programmers and in-circuit debuggers.

The AVR Software Framework is a collection of production-ready source code, written and optimized by experts and tested in hundreds of production designs. Using these peripheral drivers, communication stacks and application-specific libraries is the quick and effortless way to complete a project.

Software Framework works across all 32-bit AVR UC3 and 8-bit AVR XMEGA devices and works with both GNU and IAR C compilers.

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