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Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each connecting device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?

edit: Can the firmware return the version of thea microcontroller?

Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?

edit: Can the firmware return the version of the microcontroller?

Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each connecting device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?

edit: Can the firmware return the version of a microcontroller?

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Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?

edit: Can the firmware return the version of the microcontroller?

Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?

Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?

edit: Can the firmware return the version of the microcontroller?

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How to identify the type of a microcontroller?

Assuming that we have an application which a lot of devices can connect and interact each other (like Internet of Things). Is there a way to identify the micro-controller that each device contain inside? For example to identify if one device has a PIC or an Atmel or else? If not can at least identify if the micro-controller is 8bit vs 16bit or else?