Arduino Yún

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Arduino Yún

The Arduino Yún is a recent board from Arduino and the second to use a non-ATmega MCU, in this case it is actually the second MCU, which controls the ethernet and WiFi that is different. They are controlled by an Atheros 9331 SoC (System On a Chip), with a MIPS 24K running Linux at 400MHz. The "main" microcontroller is an ATmega32U4.

Does it mean anything when the "peripheral" controller has 4 times the data path and 25 times the speed of the "main" controller? Is there a point where you say, "Let's drop the ATmega and just use the Atheros."? If there is, then this board has passed it by. What's next..? Intel making Arduinos?

Arduino Yún
MCU ATmega32U4
DigitalPins 20
Analog Inputs 12
Analog Outputs 0
Operating Voltage 5
Operating Frequency 16MHz
3.3V Output 50mA
Test Current Draw
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  2. Test current from sketch that exercises I2C, SPI, and analog pins.
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