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Peter Dannegger
12/03/05 11:58
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#104642 - Congratulation Philips
Responding to: Jan Waclawek's previous message
I think, we must also congratulation Philips, because they developed and sells most of 8051 drivates.
Philps is a milestone to keep the 8051 popular until now.

Also I have seen, that many people learned and still learn the 8051 on the good old Siemens 517.


My first contact with the 8051 was, as I removed some from devective hard disk drives. Its also my oldest 8031, marked with 8431 production year/week. The company mark is "MHS", I don't kwow, what it mean.
It goes really hot under power, because still NMOS technology (need 200mA = 1W). Then I learned the 8051 with an excellent Valvo data book written in German.

The copyright mark looks mysterious, I have different 8051, which are marked:
Intel '80
Intel '81
Intel '82
So it seems, nobody knows, when it was invented.


Also I have an old AMD data book, with several 8051 derivates:

80C32T2: 8032 without T2

80C321: internal watchdog, software reset, dual DPTR

80C324: 80C321 with port expansion mode for up to 14 additional ports, fully instruction compatible to P0..3 including bit acccess (really nice feature !), connected to P1, should be implemented with a CPLD.

Since they are marked preliminary, I don't know, if they are selled at all. Even if I used never AMD-derivates, I looked very often on this data book to understand and get hints for programming my Philips and Atmels.


And in 1994 I switched to the Atmel AT89C51 Flash derivates, a really impressive fast eraseble and programmable and cheap device at this time. And in 1995 the AT89C2051 was also the smallest derivate.


I miss the good old times, where every micro controller has its own comprehensive printed data book (data sheet, instruction set, programming examples, tool chain) and the manufacturer was happy to give it out for free.


Peter


List of 51 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Happy birthday, 8051!      Jan Waclawek      11/28/05 08:44      
   The Silver Aniversary      Neil Kurzman      11/28/05 09:15      
   What?      Donald Catto      11/28/05 10:07      
   Year 1981!      Arif Deshmukh      11/28/05 11:38      
   Perhaps the '51 is 26 yrs of age      Phillip M Gallo      11/28/05 13:02      
      announcement      Jan Waclawek      11/28/05 14:12      
         Intel's Official Date      Phillip M Gallo      11/28/05 17:03      
            birthday      Jan Waclawek      11/29/05 00:45      
      before my time !      Steve M. Taylor      11/28/05 17:40      
         still a mere child...      Hal Albach      11/28/05 17:48      
            another mere child      Phillip M Gallo      11/28/05 22:16      
               An infant over here...@ 31 y.o!      Valentin Angelovski      11/28/05 23:12      
                  Another infant... @31 y.o.      Mariusz Sobkowiak      11/28/05 23:58      
                     true, but      Erik Malund      11/29/05 06:09      
      This is really a long time ...      Jörg Rockstroh      11/29/05 01:09      
         This is really a long time ...      Grant Beattie      11/29/05 09:45      
            Re: old chips...      Valentin Angelovski      11/29/05 15:48      
            D87C51      Farshid Jafari Harandi      11/29/05 16:52      
               IT must be 1980      Anil Gupta      11/30/05 03:54      
                  RE : 1980      Farshid Jafari Harandi      11/30/05 12:10      
                     1980 is the chip mask Copyright notice      Phillip M Gallo      11/30/05 13:49      
                        what is chip Mask copyright?      Anil Gupta      11/30/05 23:05      
                           No      Neil Kurzman      12/02/05 08:52      
                     timestamp      Jan Waclawek      12/05/05 00:44      
            TS80C31X2      Neil Kurzman      11/29/05 17:15      
   Chip mask protection      Phillip M Gallo      12/01/05 00:25      
      US Only Again??      Ian Bell      12/01/05 04:33      
         general copyright act?      Jan Waclawek      12/01/05 04:43      
            International Law      Ian Bell      12/01/05 04:51      
      That was their downfall, BTW      Richard Erlacher      01/28/06 12:56      
         history      Jan Waclawek      01/28/06 14:57      
   Intel inside      Jan Waclawek      12/02/05 03:05      
      I am not surprised      Slobodan Mandaric      12/02/05 04:10      
         Had Intel taken more interest in 8051      Anil Gupta      12/02/05 04:41      
         Me neither      Valentin Angelovski      12/02/05 05:11      
      Memories 8051 Design      Phillip M Gallo      12/02/05 16:35      
         Another good article      Farshid Jafari Harandi      12/03/05 09:56      
         Intel gives up mcus gradually?      Jan Waclawek      12/09/05 02:15      
   Congratulation Philips      Peter Dannegger      12/03/05 11:58      
      Good Article .. DataBooks      Phillip M Gallo      12/03/05 15:32      
      how much is it Philips?      Jan Waclawek      12/03/05 15:49      
         Me too      Craig Steiner      12/03/05 16:26      
   80c51 history      Jeff Corr      12/04/05 12:21      
   I have found      Oleg Sergeev      01/20/06 08:49      
      go to this page      Kevin Timm      01/20/06 08:52      
         yes, you catched it!      Oleg Sergeev      01/20/06 08:55      
      nice piece      Jan Waclawek      01/20/06 13:17      
   Lindy barcode reader      Jez Smith      01/20/06 10:29      
      appnote?      Jan Waclawek      01/20/06 13:05      
         its just usefull      Jez Smith      01/20/06 13:29      
      Generic 8051 board at large      Grant Beattie      01/23/06 13:11      

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