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'[OT] sort of. 16 bit Microcontroller'
1999\09\14@060741 by Justin Grimm

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Hi Piclisters
Im thinking of migrating towards a 16 bit microcontroller, possibly
with a uart, a/d etc. Does anyone know of any good contenders?
Thanks
Justin

1999\09\14@063654 by Tjaart van der Walt

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Justin Grimm wrote:
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> Hi Piclisters
> Im thinking of migrating towards a 16 bit microcontroller, possibly
> with a uart, a/d etc. Does anyone know of any good contenders?
> Thanks
> Justin

16 bit uPro's are not really worth the effort. The cost difference
between the 16 bit and the 32 bit is too small to use a 16 bit.
If you just need more memory and so on, the higher end 8 bit micros might
be better (NEC, ATMEL etc) and much cheaper. Another point to considder,
is that dev. kits for 8 bit micro's are much cheaper than that of 16 and
32 bit.  If I had to buy a brand spanking new kit, I'd go for the NEC 780034.
32k Flash, 1k RAM, UARTS, A/D's blah blah blah. It is real cheap too.
Even cheaper than the comparable ATMELs.

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Justin Grimm wrote:
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> Hi Piclisters
> Im thinking of migrating towards a 16 bit microcontroller, possibly
> with a uart, a/d etc. Does anyone know of any good contenders?
> Thanks
> Justin

SIEMENS SAB80C166 is good! The better that i already have seen!

Miguel

1999\09\14@143231 by Peter Tiang

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Hitachi 16-bit H8/300H series.

H8/3048 is a good device. 128Kbytes ROM, 4Kbytes RAM,
18MHz clock, 16Mbyte linear address space, DRAM refresh
controller, DMA controller, etc.

Also available in flash version H8/3048F.
The Development Kit goes for only US$98.

Check it out at http://www.halsp.hitachi.com
Or subscribe to the H8-LIST at http://www.smiling.net

Regards,
Peter Tiang

> Hi Piclisters
> Im thinking of migrating towards a 16 bit microcontroller, possibly
> with a uart, a/d etc. Does anyone know of any good contenders?
> Thanks
> Justin
>

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