'EEPROM To 16F84 (follow up to follow up)'
24C16 series seems popular, as do 93LC56/66, and the Xicor X25xxx chips
also star. But which one to use? I don't know.
If you are using a 16F84, it can only really use an external memory for
data, though if you program an interpreter you could make that data
cause execution variance. Isn't that what those stamp things do? I've
not touched 'em. Hey, are you using a stamp? Ah, maybe you are.
If so, check the specifications for the interpreter you are using so you
can find the right types of EEPROM chips to use. I wouldn't be
surprised to find you can use only a few types.
James Cameron (stl.dec.com) cameron
Digital Equipment Corporation (Australia) Pty. Ltd. A.C.N. 000 446 800
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