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'[PICLIST] [PIC] 877 QFP availability'
2000\11\01@150941 by Andrew Kunz

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Is anybody having problems getting '877s in TQFP?

Andy

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2000\11\01@165905 by Dr. Chris Kirtley

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Dear Andy,

Yes - I had trouble getting QFPs. I eventually found them at Future
Electronics Corp. (978-779-3000), although I might have got the last
few.



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'[PICLIST] [PIC] 877'
2001\09\06@221544 by Arnold Chord
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Hello,
I am now getting into using the PIC micro and am wondering if the 87X
series will be around for a while.
I would hate to get set up for this chip and then have everything change.
Also is there a good tutor for this chip?
Arnold

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2001\09\06@233306 by Byron A Jeff

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On Thu, Sep 06, 2001 at 07:04:07PM -0700, Arnold Chord wrote:
>  Hello,
>  I am now getting into using the PIC micro and am wondering if the 87X
> series will be around for a while.

AFAIK every PIC product that has ever been released is still in production
in some form. 16C54 parts can still be purchased. I wouldn't worry about
supplies drying up. A more likely senario is that a new chip will hit the
street that has more features and priced to sell. A perfect example of this
is the 16F628. It's a superior replacement for the 16[CF]8X series at a
much better price. But you can still get 16F84s and 16F84As. And while the
16C84 has been phased out, it has several replacements.

>  I would hate to get set up for this chip and then have everything change.

No worries. It'll be around for a while.

>  Also is there a good tutor for this chip?

I've found that the Microchip Midrange manual is always a good reference
source. You can find it in the Literature section on their web site.

BAJ

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2001\09\07@044447 by Heinrich Raman

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Hi

I'm an Electronics Technician at The National Accelerator Centre in Cape
Town,South Africa.
Our company have bought some of the above PICs and i would like to improve
my skills on USB.
Is it possible that I can program the above PIC to interface with an USB
device.
If it is possible ,than I would appreciate it if you can sent my some
information on sample codes or maybe some usefull
url.

Thanks in advance
Heinrich Raman

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