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05/01/10 22:47
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#175599 - 8051 Development
Hello guys,
I am new into 8051 development(hobbyist), and sorry if i posted in the wrong thread. I'm having a petty confusion between a trainer and a programmer, since i need to start development soon. I have seen the boards available at 8052.com and don't know which one to buy. I am following the book embedded system & 8051 micro controller by Muhammad Ali Mazidi http://www.amazon.com/Microcontroller-Embedded-Systems-Muhammad-Mazidi/dp/0138610223. I need to program the micro controller in C and Assembly.

Now the main questions i have boil down to the following :
1. What is the man difference between the two ?
2. In which one can i use an IDE etc along with the trainer/programmer and see instant results of the program ?
3. Which one is better to have/buy(assuming price is not the constraint)?

Please help me !


List of 49 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
8051 Development        Karan Verma      05/01/10 22:47      
   which two?        Erik Malund      05/02/10 06:57      
      Thanks      Karan Verma      05/02/10 21:02      
      On-Chip Debug      Andy Neil      05/03/10 01:12      
   Spec error in Mazidi's book      Kalpak Dabir      05/02/10 23:44      
      Architecture vs Implementation      Andy Neil      05/03/10 01:01      
   Other books      Andy Neil      05/03/10 01:49      
   Background?      Andy Neil      05/03/10 02:47      
      reply : Background      Karan Verma      05/03/10 06:28      
         RE: I am a Bachelor Of Technology in Computer Science      Andy Neil      05/03/10 06:31      
            Reply : Difference      Karan Verma      05/03/10 06:33      
               do you know what a ...      Erik Malund      05/03/10 06:39      
                  reply : on chip      Karan Verma      05/03/10 06:50      
                     there is no such thing      Erik Malund      05/03/10 08:14      
                     There is no such thing!      Andy Neil      05/03/10 08:45      
                        reply : no such thing      Karan Verma      05/03/10 10:17      
   C8051Fxxx / C8051Txxx      Karan Verma      05/03/10 11:47      
      Not a 'T'      Erik Malund      05/03/10 13:04      
         Get a kit      Andy Neil      05/03/10 13:56      
            It's included      Erik Malund      05/03/10 14:02      
               RE: included?      Andy Neil      05/03/10 15:17      
                  Which One then ?      Karan Verma      05/03/10 21:44      
                     F020        Maarten Brock      05/04/10 01:40      
                        f120      Erik Malund      05/04/10 06:21      
                           F226      Michael Karas      05/04/10 06:54      
                              Good point      Erik Malund      05/04/10 07:00      
                              Crossbar ?      Karan Verma      05/04/10 07:02      
                                 signal multiplexing      Per Westermark      05/04/10 07:25      
                                 because it is not there      Erik Malund      05/04/10 07:25      
                              Availability      Karan Verma      05/04/10 07:25      
                                 crossbar problems      Erik Malund      05/04/10 07:30      
                                    f120      Karan Verma      05/04/10 07:32      
                                       re: F120      Andy Peters      05/04/10 11:36      
                                          yes, however      Erik Malund      05/04/10 12:09      
                                             Which lessons ?      Karan Verma      05/05/10 00:01      
                                                phrase      Erik Malund      05/05/10 05:35      
                                                   OH      Karan Verma      05/05/10 05:43      
                                             re: yes, however      Andy Peters      05/05/10 18:52      
                                                Let's see when it comes..!      Karan Verma      05/05/10 23:13      
                                                   In the meantime...      Andy Neil      05/06/10 00:24      
                                    Atleast      Karan Verma      05/04/10 07:35      
                                       While you wait for your kit to arrive...      Andy Neil      05/04/10 07:49      
                                       use config      Erik Malund      05/04/10 08:09      
                                          thank u again      Karan Verma      05/04/10 10:10      
                                             Please, pretty please      Erik Malund      05/04/10 10:44      
                                                Apology      Karan Verma      05/04/10 12:51      
                     Don't over-complicate it!      Andy Neil      05/04/10 02:19      
                        thank u !      Karan Verma      05/04/10 05:59      
   The Wait is Over      Karan Verma      06/26/10 10:35      

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