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2004\07\07@111713 by Philip Pemberton

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         Wouter van Ooijen <spam_OUTwouterTakeThisOuTspamVOTI.NL> wrote:

> I would love a poster with the 14-bit instruction set, or die
> photographs, or anything else I can put in the classroom where I will
> give some PIC-programming courses. I asked an MC representative but he
> said they had nothing like this.
A poster showing a photo of the entire PIC18F452 or PIC16F877 die would be
nice. Maybe put an instruction set list for both chips underneath, along with
pinouts for the 18, 28 and 40-pin PICs.
If someone can get a few hi-res die photos off Microchip, I'd be happy to see
about designing something like that.
That, or if someone happens to have some PICs in bare-dice format and a
decent microscope/camera arrangement... I guess you'd have to get permission
off Microchip first though, seeing as it is their chip.

Later.
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2004\07\09@134326 by M. Adam Davis

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You might have an easier time getting a JW version of an older 18C chip
and removing the casing to take a picture.  A common megapixel digital
camera with macro ought to be able to produce enough detail for a small
poster.

I don't beleive there would be any legal problems - I don't know what
the law is, but I doubt you can copyright images someone else takes of
your product or prevent such images from being taken.  Except, perhaps,
in the digital realm where an 'image' of a music CD may contain a
working copy of the music...

-Adam

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2004\07\09@153518 by Bob Ammerman

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I have a dead 18C452JW I could try doing this to.

Bob Ammerman
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> >nice. Maybe put an instruction set list for both chips underneath, along
with
> >pinouts for the 18, 28 and 40-pin PICs.
> >If someone can get a few hi-res die photos off Microchip, I'd be happy to
see
> >about designing something like that.
> >That, or if someone happens to have some PICs in bare-dice format and a
> >decent microscope/camera arrangement... I guess you'd have to get
permission
> >off Microchip first though, seeing as it is their chip.
> >
> >Later.
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6GB,
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2004\07\09@154805 by Mike Hawkshaw

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Bob,

If you do get into the chip successfully (I wonder if a milling machine
would work here), fasten a good quality magnifying glass onto the front of
the cammera lens somehow, and you will be able to focus very close up and
personal.

All the best....Mike.

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2004\07\09@155841 by Dennis Crawley
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I will do some work myself, either. No x-rays this time :).
a wood microscope and a 16c71.

Dennis.

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2004\07\09@231046 by Bob Ammerman

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Call me stupid!!

One of my customers sells digital microscopes. I am sure I can get a good
image that way.

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems


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