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Ralph Sac
03/12/06 15:20
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#112029 - MC68hc705c8s or 8051
Hi to all members

About 10 years ago had to work with a Mc68c705c8s with airospace
engineer. He made logic analyzer with a with above chip. The logic analyzer had liquid crystal display 40x2 and small TI keyboard and one serial port. Any way I all ways wanted to make it with a 8051 core part. He said good idea but he could only write source code for Mc68ch series. I was shocked that the airospace engineer could not write source code for 8051 after all he was airospace engineer. I said how come you can't write the code for 8051? Why should I learn new code when I don't use it all a time. This is why engineers stay with Mc68hc over the 8051. After all their is a learning curve for both microcontroller units. Any members have comments on these different chips or worked on both? On Mc68ch series and 8051 series.

Best reguards,

Ralph Sack

List of 13 messages in thread
MC68hc705c8s or 8051      Ralph Sack      03/12/06 15:20      
   I've worked with both...      Russell Bull      03/12/06 16:08      
      people dont change      Jez Smith      03/12/06 18:38      
         Been Tried      Neil Kurzman      03/12/06 21:47      
            Used both, different view      Richard Erlacher      03/12/06 22:55      
   What would be the point?      Andy Neil      03/13/06 01:23      
   Master of one.      Kalpak Dabir      03/13/06 01:57      
   How about 89c2051      Ralph Sack      03/13/06 09:20      
      Stream of consciousness...      Andy Neil      03/13/06 09:56      
         Fuzzy      Ralph Sack      03/14/06 10:20      
      It's just another component      Richard Erlacher      03/13/06 10:20      
      what do you mean about "learning"      Erik Malund      03/13/06 10:32      
      Normal?!      Andy Neil      03/13/06 14:09      

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