1998-01 Advance Information
1997-12 Advance Information
7 XTAL pin numbers (MQFP) corrected.
VDDMIN corrected, special threshold parameters added (VILS, VIHS, HYS).
Specification of IIDO improved.
ADCTC value in converter timing example timing corrected.
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