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Jesus Calvino-fraga
11/19/12 01:18
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#188848 - Intel may be the copyright owner
Responding to: Oliver Sedlacek's previous message
When you compare the NXP manuals to the the original "MCS 51 Microcontroller Family User's Manual" from Intel you'll find a great deal of identical text. For instance, the instruction set description is exactly the same in both documents, all 46 pages, from ACALL to XRL. Also, you'll find identical text all over. For example, in the Intel manual says:

"Those SFRs that have their bits assigned for various functions are listed in this section. A brief description of each bit is provided for quick reference. For more detailed information refer to the Architecture Chapter of this book."

And the NXP manual also says:

"Those SFRs that have their bits assigned for various functions are listed in this section. A brief description of each bit is provided for quick reference. For more detailed information refer to the Architecture Chapter of this book."

Was/is the NXP manual a printed book? Perhaps, but I have never seen one... The Intel manual was originally a printed book.

List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
8051 "bible" links - how long at NXP...??      Andy Neil      11/05/12 01:13      
   it would be nice if somebody ...      Erik Malund      11/05/12 07:13      
      Copyright issue?      Oliver Sedlacek      11/05/12 09:09      
         Copyright      Andy Neil      11/05/12 09:25      
            contact        Jan Waclawek      11/06/12 00:48      
         Intel may be the copyright owner      Jesus Calvino-Fraga      11/19/12 01:18      
   There are lots of other sources in the www...      Kai Klaas      11/05/12 17:38      
   something seems not to be as we think      Erik Malund      11/06/12 08:03      
      any links ?      Jim Granville      11/06/12 12:52      
         link      Erik Malund      11/06/12 13:02      
            the link ?      Jim Granville      11/06/12 13:12      
   The word 'classic' gives a hint      Jim Granville      11/06/12 13:06      

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