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'[PIC]: MCHIP has released info about the dsPIC.'
2001\06\07@111255 by rchock, Steve

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Friends,

Microchip has finally released info about there new dsPIC chips.
Check out the following link:
http://www.microchip.com/10/promos/dspic/index.htm

Has instruction set info, product overview and a few other things.

"Up to 144K FLASH"
"Up to 8K bytes of RAM"
"Up to 4K bytes of EEPROM"
"Two 40 bit wide accumulators"
"30MIPS at 120MHz"

They look like they will be very nice to work with. Question is, when will
they
be available, and will my PICStart Plus program them?

Best regards,
Steve

Steven Kosmerchock
Radio Frequency Systems
Phoenix,  Arizona  USA
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2001\06\07@113351 by michael brown

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Ooooh...Ahhhhh   Looks really neat.  Register indirect addressing with
pre/post inc/dec (tally operations! you guys will love this, can't wait to
see how they messed it up though ;oD) Multiply, multiword shifting, barrel
shifting (yay)  I wish I had time to read the datasheet right now.

Michael Brown
Instant Net Solutions
http://www.KillerPCs.net

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2001\06\07@114205 by Bob Ammerman

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30Mips

16 W's

8K ram

48K instructions

16 bit arithmetic.

Give me one, now!

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2001\06\07@114425 by Bob Ammerman

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The data sheet says:

MPLAB V6.00 is a "32 bit windows app"!

Programmable with PICSTART plus or ProMate II.

Debuggable on ICE 4000 (?!?)

Debuggable on ICD 2 (?!?)

Bob Ammerman
RAm Systems
(contract development of high performance, high function, low-level
software)

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2001\06\07@115701 by Drew Vassallo
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I read that samples of the dsPIC will be available 4th quarter of this year,
production runs will begin early 2002.

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2001\06\07@125921 by Mark Newland

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Emulatable through a Mathias???

Bob Ammerman wrote:

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2001\06\07@145342 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 11:57 AM 6/7/01 -0400, you wrote:
>I read that samples of the dsPIC will be available 4th quarter of this year,
>production runs will begin early 2002.

That long? dsPIC-able!

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2001\06\07@154640 by Mark Newland

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Oh great.  We have Daffy Duck on the PIC list now!!!

Spehro Pefhany wrote:

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2001\06\07@164430 by Gordon Varney (personal)

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I'm going to the Masters Seminar in Phoenix. I have signed up for the dsPic
class.
I will let you know what I think when I return.


Any body else going to the Masters?
Let me know, we can have a glass of bubbly, and talk about the other
PicListers. :-)


Gordon Varney


> > At 11:57 AM 6/7/01 -0400, you wrote:
> > >I read that samples of the dsPIC will be available 4th quarter
> of this year,
> > >production runs will begin early 2002.
> >
> > That long? dsPIC-able!
> >
> > Best regards,
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2001\06\07@170310 by Mark Samuels

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I'll be at the Masters also, and have also signed up for the dsPic info.
Oh boy, AZ in July!  Yay!  ;-)

-Mark


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2001\06\07@210824 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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I too will be there. I never miss it.
Larry

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2001\06\08@005459 by M. Adam Davis

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Hmmm...  16 Watts is pretty high, five volts at three amps.  Do these
things come standard with a heat sink?  ;-)

Bob Ammerman wrote:

>16 W's
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2001\06\08@041202 by Ron Wilder

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I"m planning on being there. Are you coming in the night before.... or the
morning of....???
Ron

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2001\06\08@062031 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

I must have missed some of this thread it has suddenly become more relevant
(after I have deleted the previous postings!)
Any indication of the price of these parts?

Regards,
Dan




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I"m planning on being there. Are you coming in the night before.... or the
morning of....???
Ron

"Gordon Varney (personal)" wrote:

> I'm going to the Masters Seminar in Phoenix. I have signed up for the
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2001\06\08@091019 by rchock, Steve

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Dan,

I read an article in "Electronic Design" today and they
are saying between US$3.00-$9.00 in 10K. The article said that
they are planning to have 20 different versions of these chips by
the end of the first quarter of 2002.

Steve

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2001\06\08@092707 by Gordon Varney (personal)

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Definitely the night before. I would hate to have to try to register and get
settled in the first day of the seminar. There will be way to much
happening.

beside I can soak up some of that sunshine at the pool the day before. :-)

Gordon Varney

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2001\06\08@111425 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 11:22 AM 6/8/01 +0100, you wrote:
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>Hi,
>
>I must have missed some of this thread it has suddenly become more relevant
>(after I have deleted the previous postings!)
>Any indication of the price of these parts?

"Microchip s dsPIC devices are expected to range from $3-$9 each in
10,000-unit
quantities.  Beta sampling of the first devices is planned for fourth
quarter 2001.
General product sampling and hardware development tools are planned for first
quarter 2002.  Software development tools are expected in August 2001.
Volume
production is expected in 2002."

Next time, go to http://www.microchip.com and click on "Product News", you can
read the press releases direct from the PR dep't of Microchip before the
magazine editors have had a go at them.

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2001\06\08@113319 by Jeff DeMaagd

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> "Microchip s dsPIC devices are expected to range from $3-$9 each in
[...]
> quarter 2002.  Software development tools are expected in August 2001.
> Volume production is expected in 2002."
>
> Next time, go to http://www.microchip.com and click on "Product News", you
can
> read the press releases direct from the PR dep't of Microchip before the
> magazine editors have had a go at them.

To get there more directly (dsPIC info):
http://www.microchip.com/10/promos/dspic/index.htm

It looks interesting.  I was considering looking into DSP some time,
hopefully this will be out by the time I start needing such functionality.

Jeff

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