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2004\01\15@112305 by Bob Ammerman

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For a long time, the dsPIC page at mChips site has stated:

The dsPIC30F family is currently in development. Introduction of the first
devices will commence in fourth quarter 2003.

I noticed today that it has changed to:

The dsPIC30F family is currently in development. Introduction of the first
devices will commence in second quarter 2004.


I was excited by the dsPICs when I took several courses about them at the
2001(?) Masters. This delay is getting ridiculous.


Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems

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2004\01\15@135531 by Josh Koffman

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Agreed. I'm going to be _REALLY_ mad if the new chips are released and
have bugs like the 18F series did/does. Vapourwear is becoming an
epidemic in my opinion.

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Bob Ammerman wrote:
> The dsPIC30F family is currently in development. Introduction of the first
> devices will commence in second quarter 2004.
>
> I was excited by the dsPICs when I took several courses about them at the
> 2001(?) Masters. This delay is getting ridiculous.

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2004\01\16@113214 by Steve Kosmerchock

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We became tired of waiting so ended up using the DSP56F8XX family from motorola. I am guessing that MICROCHIP has lost ALOT of business for the dsPIC market to this family of processors. All I can say is talk is cheap.............

Steve

Steven Kosmerchock
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Tempe, Az USA
http://www.comtechefdata.com



Bob Ammerman <rammermanspamKILLspamVERIZON.NET> wrote:
For a long time, the dsPIC page at mChips site has stated:

The dsPIC30F family is currently in development. Introduction of the first
devices will commence in fourth quarter 2003.

I noticed today that it has changed to:

The dsPIC30F family is currently in development. Introduction of the first
devices will commence in second quarter 2004.


I was excited by the dsPICs when I took several courses about them at the
2001(?) Masters. This delay is getting ridiculous.


Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems

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2004\01\16@122402 by Robert Rolf

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Perhaps they want to get it 'right' this time? Maybe they've learned
that putting out products with 40Mhz specs and 4Mhz real world usability
is not a 'good thing'. Probably more bugs in the production process.

Robert

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2004\01\16@155203 by Brian Aase

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Steve, are you using the MetroWerks Code Warrior for your 56F8xx
development?  If so, how do you like it?  (Or if not, what are you
using instead?)

Brian Aase

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2004\01\17@000703 by Steve Kosmerchock

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Brian,

We are using the Code Warrior environment, nothing too fancy but it gets the job done. They have been pretty prompt in any support you request, and more importantly, their answers make sense and correctly addressed our problems.

Steve

Brian Aase <RemoveMEres0qrqrTakeThisOuTspamVERIZON.NET> wrote:
Steve, are you using the MetroWerks Code Warrior for your 56F8xx
development? If so, how do you like it? (Or if not, what are you
using instead?)

Brian Aase

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2004\01\17@001805 by Denny Esterline

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I went to the Motorola 56F83xx seminar a month or so ago. My limited
experience with code warrior and processor expert left me running for my
beloved PICs. During one of the labs we wrote code to blink one LED, it
compiled to ~6K!! Granted I could have had the optimizations wrong or
something, but still 6K!

Net result, I have a Motorola MC56F8300SDK collecting dust. (the e-field
sensor's cool though :o)

-Dk

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> We are using the Code Warrior environment, nothing too fancy but it gets
the job done. They have been pretty prompt in any support you request, and
more importantly, their answers make sense and correctly addressed our
problems.
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