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2000\09\17@162627 by Lance Allen

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On 16 Sep 2000, at 8:15, victor faria wrote:

> hello members!
> I have a question can anyone tell me the difference between the 16f84 and
> the 16f84a?
> thanks victor

Congratulations...
youre the 12,897th person to ask that question on this list.,.

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2000\09\17@172425 by Mitchell D. Miller

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> Congratulations...
> youre the 12,897th person to ask that question on this list.,.

Wow ... that's unusual.  Usually one gets special recognition for being the
10,000th or some other multiple of a power of 10.  But this 12,897, well, it
might just change the way all contests are run! <g>

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2000\09\17@220316 by Dan Michaels

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victor faria wrote:
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>> hello members!
>> I have a question can anyone tell me the difference between the 16f84 and
>> the 16f84a?


Mchp progression '_' -> 'a' -> 'b' with various chips represents
move to smaller dies, cheaper chips, lower Vcc(max), and possibly
other changes. Lower Vcc(max) is probably the one that might have
the biggest impact.

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2000\09\17@220943 by Jim Robertson

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At 08:01 PM 17/09/00 -0600, you wrote:
>victor faria wrote:
>>
>>> hello members!
>>> I have a question can anyone tell me the difference between the 16f84 and
>>> the 16f84a?
>
>
>Mchp progression '_' -> 'a' -> 'b' with various chips represents
>move to smaller dies, cheaper chips, lower Vcc(max), and possibly
>other changes. Lower Vcc(max) is probably the one that might have
>the biggest impact.

The 16F84A is a 20Mhz part as opposed to 10Mhz for the 16F84 if I
remember correctly. Someone will shoot me down in flames if I'm wrong. ;-)

-Jim



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2000\09\18@072838 by Jamie Dainton

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Hello Jim,

Monday, September 18, 2000, 04:04:39, you wrote:

JR> The 16F84A is a 20Mhz part as opposed to 10Mhz for the 16F84 if I
JR> remember correctly. Someone will shoot me down in flames if I'm wrong. ;-)

I always thought that the 10MHz chip was the 16F84-10P while the 20MHz
was the 16F84-20P. Also I think there is/was a 16F84-04P which was a
4MHz slow as hell chip.

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2000\09\18@081656 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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Until the revision a devices, the fastest 16F84 you could buy was a 10MHz
part.  Although Microchip probably perfrom die shrinks mainly for cost
reduction, a bonus is the ascociated speed increase.  4Mhz is pretty quick
if you write code efficiently!! :o)

Mike

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2000\09\18@082915 by Jamie Dainton

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Hello Michael,

Monday, September 18, 2000, 13:11:49, you wrote:

MRJ> 4Mhz is pretty quick
MRJ> if you write code efficiently!! :o

Not for the sorts of comms apps I write. That's why I like AVRs
running at 20MHz.

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2000\09\18@090458 by Olin Lathrop

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> Congratulations...
> youre the 12,897th person to ask that question on this list.,.
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> Read the archives!

Or even the Microchip documentation (or is actually reading the manual too
heretical these days?).


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