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Jim Granville
04/30/13 14:06
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#189705 - Sure
Responding to: Karim Fallahzadeh's previous message
Karim Fallahzadeh said:
today,there are many micro controllers. Do you think there is still an advantage to using 8052?


8052 was a mask Rom NMOS part, but certainly modern incarnations like the AT89LP52 are cheap (100:$0.659), fast, (1T,25MHz), has Wide Supply operation, and comes in a Multi-Sourced pinout.

There are many new C51 variants, and the long-life cycles appeal is still there.
An ARM offering that was going to kill of 8 bitters, has quietly gone EOL.


List of 8 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
8052 or other microcontroller      Karim Fallahzadeh      04/30/13 11:52      
   as always      Erik Malund      04/30/13 12:13      
   In a word, ...      Joseph Hebert      04/30/13 13:47      
   Sure      Jim Granville      04/30/13 14:06      
      quietly (sic) gone EOL      Andy Neil      04/30/13 15:21      
         Left with a bloody stub...        Michael Karas      04/30/13 15:40      
            A mere flesh wound      Andy Neil      05/01/13 05:18      
   some articles      Mahmood Elnasser      05/01/13 03:59      

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