September 23, 2012
Atmel ATmega8 : Weekend die-shotATmega8 - one of the most popular 8-bit microcontrollers.
Die size - 2855x2795µm, technology node 500nm.
September 17, 2012
STM32F100C4T6B : Weekend die-shotSTM32F100C4T6B - is the smallest microcontroller made by STMicroelectronics based on ARM Cortex-M3 core.
Die size - 2854x3123µm.
September 8, 2012
AVR ATtiny13a : Weekend die-shotATtiny13A - one of the smallest Atmel's microcontrollers: only 1kb of flash and 32 bytes of SRAM. Die size though appeared to be unexpectedly big (1620x1640 µm).
500nm technology node.
August 26, 2012
KR580IK80A : Weekend die-shotKR580IK80A (later renamed to KR580VM80A) - one of the most widespread soviet processors. Contrary to popular belief, it appeared to be not an exact Intel 8080A (or 8080) clone, but a code-compatible redesign (while several parts are quite similar, routing is different as well as pad placement).
Thinnest lines are 6µm.
August 19, 2012