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Richard Erlacher
01/23/12 23:30
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Denver, Co
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#185646 - It may be older ...
Responding to: Neil Kurzman's previous message
ISTR that General Instruments made a PIC, albeit one in a DIL-40 package back in the early days of the 8048, the 805x's precursor.

I never used one, though I have seen 'em.

My main interest in GI back then was in keyboard encoders, which they (GI) produced en-masse.

RE

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TopicAuthorDate
Why is the MCS-51 family your uC family of preference?      Jon Wilder      01/22/12 12:30      
   My Choice      Michael Karas      01/22/12 13:06      
   Just a question of preferences      Per Westermark      01/22/12 13:09      
   It's the instruction set ...      Richard Erlacher      01/22/12 18:38      
   new '51 derivatives appearing monthly      Erik Malund      01/23/12 06:40      
      Instruction Set        Michael Karas      01/23/12 08:07      
         Forgot one!      Rob Klein      01/23/12 14:19      
         The PIC is as Old as the 8051      Neil Kurzman      01/23/12 14:31      
            AVR is hardly "new" in semiconductor terms...      Andy Neil      01/23/12 16:47      
            It may be older ...      Richard Erlacher      01/23/12 23:30      
               indeed it is..      Valentin Angelovski      01/24/12 01:19      
   a questionaire from the past      Jan Waclawek      01/23/12 13:30      
   Why is it my preference?      Valentin Angelovski      01/23/12 19:54      
   why?      Andy Peters      01/24/12 10:11      

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