Producers of the 8031 mcu.
|ATMEL||Flash, E2, low cost and custom devices. Up to 128K+4 K flash. with. "On board" programmable devices.|
|DALLAS||Enhanced speed, NV-RAM, NV-Clock, Dual Serial ports. (Nice ones!)|
|INTEL||8031 and up, they invented it and still holds the lead in raw speed with the 16 bit MCS251.|
|OKI||Masked variants, 85C154 with piggyback EPROM.|
|PHILIPS||From 83C750 up to the XA 16 bit devices.
Many special devices with I2C-Bus and big ones with extra I/O and A/D, D/A, PWM etc.
|SIEMENS||A/D, D/A extra I/O:s and more.|
|SMC||COM20051 with high speed ARCNET support.|
|TEMIC||CAN/VAN Interface, Low voltage versions, ROM-Security functions.|
|ISSI||Fast 80C31/51 up to 40 MHz.|
|TDK||Special modem versions up to 44 MHz, Hardware CRC calculation,
Bankswitching support and some other features.
Also have virtual 16C550 UART interface.
|LG||(Formerly GoldStar) "GMS90" series mcu, 80C51 compatible and OTP versions of Atmel 89Cx051.|
|WINBOND||FLASH up to 32K. AD / DA / PWM / I2C devices and extra I/O.|
|Daewoo||Possibly makes MASK-ROM 8051:s. Have not found any pages on these chips.|
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