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'[PIC]: MIL-STD-1553'
2002\12\05@181646 by Mark Samuels

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Anyone ever interfaced a PIC (or any other 8-bit micro) to a MIL-STD-1553 bus?


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2002\12\06@140150 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Anyone ever interfaced a PIC (or any other 8-bit micro) to a
> MIL-STD-1553 bus?

No, but I do have experience with both. What do you want, interfacing
directly (using only an electrical interface) or using one of the
'standard' hybrids? Unless you are forced to use 1553 (military,
avionics, space) I would rather avoid it, the hardware is very
expensive.

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2002\12\06@145806 by Mark Samuels

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Because it is a military application, cost really isn't an issue, so I have
been looking at using one of the hybrid physical/protocol interfaces,
particularly DDC's "MINI-ACE", which requires only the transformers as
external components.  The part is the smallest I've seen so far (of course,
the whole project has an impossibly small size constraint), but is meant to
connect to something with gobs of available I/O.  There is an 8-bit mode
which will cut the interface down to "only" 21 lines, but I just wanted to
see if there were any other physically small alternatives.

-Mark

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2002\12\06@160309 by Wouter van Ooijen

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AFAIK nearly everyone uses one of the ACE hybrids, you would have a hard
time implementing the protocol if that is what you want the PIC for.
Indeed, the hybrids are better suited to a uC with some RAM than to a
uC.

Wouter van Ooijen

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