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Stefan Kanev
12/09/10 08:18
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Silistra
Bulgaria


 
#180032 - [ARM] derivative choice

inspired by this
http://www.8052.com/forumchat/read/180000

i want to ask arm-ed people here:
- which ARM derivatives on market are pin to pin compatible (from different manufacturers) - as 40pin dip 8x52 ?
regars

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TopicAuthorDate
[ARM] derivative choice      Stefan KAnev      12/09/10 08:18      
   an illusion      Erik Malund      12/09/10 08:44      
      ?      Stefan KAnev      12/09/10 10:25      
         Possibility      Andy Neil      12/09/10 10:34      
            pins and what they are      Erik Malund      12/09/10 11:31      
               the reason to differentiate is...      Jan Waclawek      12/09/10 15:46      
   None?      Andy Neil      12/09/10 09:38      
   There's no PDIP pins      JecksonS Ben      12/09/10 18:21      
   Product upgrade?      Kalpak Dabir      12/09/10 20:16      
      i'm not      Stefan KAnev      12/09/10 22:06      
   Nuvoton NuMicro M051      Valentin Angelovski      12/10/10 17:31      
      Don't see it [Ed]      Andy Neil      12/11/10 03:24      
         You cannot see it? c'mon! ;-)      Valentin Angelovski      12/11/10 04:59      
         pinout and compatibility      Jan Waclawek      12/11/10 05:45      
   arn is not for hobbies      JecksonS Ben      12/12/10 18:11      
      Oh yes it is!      Andy Neil      12/13/10 00:29      
         I didn't type      JecksonS Ben      12/13/10 01:16      
            Yes, you did!      Andy Neil      12/13/10 01:51      
               Good hobby processor      Per Westermark      12/13/10 06:12      
                  cheaper evaluation boards      Andy Neil      12/13/10 06:37      
                     Debugging support really is vital        Per Westermark      12/13/10 07:11      
                        debug      Andy Peters      12/16/10 15:38      
                           Arduino      Valentin Angelovski      12/23/10 17:59      
                              silabs equivalent to arduino      Andy Peters      12/27/10 10:52      
                                 Broad span of resources available      Per Westermark      12/27/10 12:16      
                                    absolutely, however      Erik Malund      12/28/10 06:50      
                                       Which means we must motivate people      Per Westermark      12/28/10 12:09      
                                          toolstick is cheaper      Maarten Brock      12/31/10 03:45      
                                    re: broad span      Andy Peters      12/28/10 10:33      
                                       Imagination      Per Westermark      12/28/10 11:53      
               I meant...      JecksonS Ben      12/16/10 18:01      
                  Not relevant      Andy Neil      12/16/10 18:10      
                     but      JecksonS Ben      12/16/10 23:14      
                        google      Stefan KAnev      12/16/10 23:20      
                           Solder all - then clean up      Per Westermark      12/17/10 01:17      
                              Agree ... it's all in the flux and wick      Richard Erlacher      12/17/10 15:51      
                           hard to solder      JecksonS Ben      12/17/10 23:39      
                              see 2 ways      Stefan KAnev      12/18/10 00:14      
                                 Hard to ...      JecksonS Ben      12/18/10 21:10      
                                    You just aren't listening, are you?      Andy Neil      12/19/10 09:01      
                                       hard or not      Erik Malund      12/19/10 17:02      
                                       re: just not listening      Andy Peters      12/23/10 11:16      
                              Don't solder pad for pad      Per Westermark      12/18/10 01:42      
                        oy      Andy Peters      12/23/10 11:14      

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