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Erik Malund
10/25/13 06:29
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Mt Airy, Nc
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#190056 - SILabs comes with a FULL UNRESTRICTED Keil
Responding to: David Smith's previous message
cheapness of (assembler) code development
SILabs comes with a FULL UNRESTRICTED Keil

(sorry folks, can't/won't do C).
that limits you severely, since all reference code these days is in C

I'm sort of frightened by Silab's wide range of devkits. If I decide the target processor I initially select is wrong, do I have to spring for a new DK?
yes, but select one that is way beyond what you think you need and you will be 'safe'

I note some processors use JTAG and others C2. Any major differences, or are they just different interfaces? same dongle




List of 29 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Recommended 8051 with ADC      David Smith      10/24/13 03:01      
   SILabs ....      Erik Malund      10/24/13 06:19      
   Package, Vcc ?      Jim Granville      10/24/13 20:17      
      8051 with ADC      David Smith      10/25/13 02:47      
         SILabs comes with a FULL UNRESTRICTED Keil      Erik Malund      10/25/13 06:29      
         F85x/F86x      Jim Granville      10/31/13 03:38      
             if you really need to      Erik Malund      10/31/13 06:40      
               Common sense sometimes wins       Jim Granville      10/31/13 15:02      
            Toolstick?      David Smith      10/31/13 06:50      
               it depends      Erik Malund      10/31/13 08:16      
                  Decision made!      David Smith      10/31/13 09:00      
                     I have consulted      Erik Malund      10/31/13 09:30      
                        Selector      David Smith      10/31/13 10:42      
                           if not there, then it's coming      Erik Malund      10/31/13 16:01      
                     TXD/RXD choices      Jim Granville      10/31/13 15:27      
                        Thanks All      David Smith      11/01/13 05:15      
                           most SILabs 5V capable chips ...      Erik Malund      11/01/13 07:16      
                  Toolstick clarify       Jim Granville      10/31/13 15:13      
      RE: higher end Atmel parts also have a ROM bootloader      Andy Neil      10/25/13 13:31      
         RE: I think they also have some with on-chip debug?      Andy Neil      10/26/13 01:42      
            Thanks      David Smith      10/27/13 11:22      
   Analog Devices ADuC microconverters      Oliver Sedlacek      10/28/13 02:27      
      ADuC814      David Smith      10/28/13 09:03      
         ADUC eval kit      Oliver Sedlacek      10/29/13 03:40      
            Coo.      David Smith      10/29/13 03:57      
               if I recall ...      Erik Malund      10/29/13 07:33      
                  ADI software      Oliver Sedlacek      10/30/13 02:52      
                     AD ICE is crummy(?)      David Smith      10/30/13 04:33      
                        SiLabs F85x/F86x flash      Bert Van Den Berg      10/30/13 12:01      

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