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Hi,
Is there any 16-bit Atmel microcontroller with following features
1 CAN
1 SPI
1 I2C
2 UART

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Is there any 16-bit Atmel microcontroller with following features
1 CAN
1 SPI
1 I2C
2 UART

While Atmel does classify the XMEGA series as a 8/16-bit microcontroller, in reality Atmel offers 8-bit or 32-bit microcontrollers, not true 16-bit devices.

The 8-bit Atmel AT90CAN, the 32-bit AVR32, SAM7 and SAM9 series all have several devices which fulfill the specified requirements.

The following parametric search specifies all your stated requirements:

Atmel Parametric Search

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No AT32UC3C2128C is not an Arduino compatible microcontroller. If you are looking to work on a 32-bit platform consider using mbed,Easy ARM7 or Chipkit

If your looking for an 8-bit microocntroller go for Arduino,AVR KICK or Wiring boards.
 

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Is the processor AT32UC3C2128C is compatible with the Arduino boards?

No, the AT32UC3C2128C is an AVR32, a 32-bit microcontroller.

The standard Arduino Boards use 8-bit AVR microcontrollers.

If you need 8-bit AVR compatibility, the AT90CAN is an 8-bit AVR with an additional CANbus module.

Atmel AVR-based CAN MCUs


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