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'New 8 Pin PICs.'
1996\09\17@185720 by Jon Bertrand

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    I'm drooling over the list that has the new 8 pin PIC parts on it.
    I'm looking at the PIC12C670/671.  Eight pins, WITH AN A/D, and I'm
    thinking - JUST GIVE ME A PWM AND I'M IN FAT-CITY!!!!

    Hey Microchip -  PUT A PWM AND THE A/D in one of the 8 pin parts.

    Then I could use it for my analog designs.  A control system...
    In software...
    Initial conditions all programmed in...
    No weird boundary conditions...
    A couple of lines from the processor to synchronize it/reset it.  If
    it sells for four - eight dollars I could even afford to design it in.

    Wow, I'm getting dizzy just thinking about it.

    I see little 8 pin parts everywhere  :)

    Life is good.

    Jon Bertrand
    spam_OUTjonbTakeThisOuTspamcirris.com

1996\09\18@054350 by liebchen

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Jon Bertrand wrote:
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>      I'm drooling over the list that has the new 8 pin PIC parts on it.
>      I'm looking at the PIC12C670/671.  Eight pins, WITH AN A/D, and I'm
>      thinking - JUST GIVE ME A PWM AND I'M IN FAT-CITY!!!!

Hi Jon,
where did you find documentation about 12C670/671?
It is not on the web, isn't it?

Wolfram

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