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2005\10\06@174005 by alan smith

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This is two topics actually.

1. Looking for a low cost, low power, 24 bits of I/O and internal EEPROM.  Looks like the F913 can fit the bill, other than the LCD driver stuff that wont be used.  Any comments on this device from those that have used it?

2. Interfacing with a serial EEPROM (I need more than 256 bytes).  Whats been easier/better...I2C or SPI?



               
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2005\10\07@080341 by Maarten Hofman

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> 2. Interfacing with a serial EEPROM (I need more than 256 bytes). Whats
> been easier/better...I2C or SPI?
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I use I2C, and would recommend it. In I2C you only need two wires to address
up to 8 EEPROM chips, for a maximum of 4 Mb. With SPI you would need one
additional enable wire for each EEPROM chip you add.

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