Design a loop that uses a 16-bit counter and the 16-bit subtract immediate instruction to repeat a nop instruction COUNT times. Use an equate directive to define the symbol COUNT to be 3987. Use the high and low functions to initialize your 16-bit counter (held in a suitable register pair). Analyze the number of clock cycles needed to completely execute the code you have written. You can find information about how many clock cycles each instruction takes in the AVR instruction set documentation (or in AVR Studio Assembler help). What is the maximum number of iterations you can achieve using this structure? What initial value (for COUNT) is used to achieve this maximum?
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