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Hal Albach
01/08/13 15:35
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Seminole, Florida
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#189105 - Just a thought...
Responding to: James Brzycki's previous message
Why not go to the Dallas Semi website and request some free samples of the DS89C430? If nothing else, at least you will be using the same MCU at home that you are learning on in school.
The website also offers a schematic for a simple programming interface that will use the free Dallas software to load the MCU via a serial connection. This way you will be up and running much faster than you could by trying to hang an EEPROM to a rom-less MCU. Unless you have a programmer for the EEPROM I'm not sure how you would program it.

Hal

List of 6 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Micro and EEPROM help      James Brzycki      01/08/13 07:45      
   Don't make work        Steve M. Taylor      01/08/13 15:28      
   Just a thought...        Hal Albach      01/08/13 15:35      
      I'm not sure I understand why you want an EEPROM?      Richard Erlacher      01/08/13 15:50      
         FTDI module or cable        Maarten Brock      01/09/13 16:24      
   Better to think smarter        Jim Granville      01/08/13 18:10      

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