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Erik Malund
06/18/12 05:29
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Mt Airy, Nc
USA


 
#187766 - There are chips
Responding to: ???'s previous message
I have no idea if 8051 can be programmed using PC usb port and some other software to load hex file. Please suggest if it is possible and which chips support so.
There are chips that can be "programmed using PC usb port" using a 'dongle' any chip with USB support can be programmed with a booloader to be "programmed using PC usb port" I am fond of the SILabd chips that, in addition to being able to be "programmed using PC usb port", also have full live debug.

Erik


List of 19 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
8051 with built-in loader      Srinivas Nayak      06/17/12 23:35      
   Loaders ?      Jim Granville      06/18/12 00:37      
      using PC serial port and Hyper terminal.      Srinivas Nayak      06/18/12 01:11      
         There are chips      Erik Malund      06/18/12 05:29      
            Silabs will be costly for India      Srinivas Nayak      06/18/12 06:46      
               Are the Maxim/Dallas MCU's readily available in India?      Richard Erlacher      06/18/12 09:50      
               if?      Erik Malund      06/18/12 10:11      
                  Mouser in India - Silabs Distributor      Michael Karas      06/19/12 00:55      
               Take a look at element14 Indian website      Kalpak Dabir      06/19/12 06:25      
               Contact for SiLabs chips      Kiran V. Sutar      07/22/12 02:54      
                  Gee ... that's a new one to me ...       Richard Erlacher      07/22/12 08:17      
      New Infineon part with ROM loader      Jim Granville      06/23/12 00:11      
         Wow      Per Westermark      06/23/12 05:41      
            when I worked with buses      Erik Malund      06/24/12 06:34      
               familiar tale      Andy Neil      06/25/12 11:21      
       ROM loaders in Atmel AT89LP51RD2 series      Jim Granville      06/26/12 21:44      
   I think it is about time that ...        Erik Malund      06/25/12 12:50      
      P89V51RD2      Srinivas Nayak      06/26/12 22:24      
   "Philips"??!!      Andy Neil      07/25/12 12:33      

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