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'PIC18Cxxx Availability'
1999\09\30@182700 by Matt Bonner

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Has anyone obtained samples or purchased any of the 18Cxxx family?

I'm getting conflicting reports on the availability of the 18C452/JW and
the 18C452/PT.

--Matt


'PIC18Cxxx Availability'
1999\10\01@125904 by Harold M Hallikainen
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On Thu, 30 Sep 1999 16:28:43 -0600 Matt Bonner <spam_OUTmbonnerTakeThisOuTspamSUNADA.COM>
writes:
>Has anyone obtained samples or purchased any of the 18Cxxx family?
>
>I'm getting conflicting reports on the availability of the 18C452/JW
>and
>the 18C452/PT.
>
>--Matt


       I have three sample 18C452/JW chips here.  I should be able to
start "crash and burn" development on them next week.

Harold



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1999\10\01@131342 by Matt Bonner

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Harold M Hallikainen wrote:
>
> On Thu, 30 Sep 1999 16:28:43 -0600 Matt Bonner <mbonnerspamKILLspamSUNADA.COM>
> writes:
> >Has anyone obtained samples or purchased any of the 18Cxxx family?
> >
> >I'm getting conflicting reports on the availability of the 18C452/JW
> >and
> >the 18C452/PT.

Thanks for the response, Harold.  Now that I know they really do exist,
I can up the pressure on my MChip rep.

--Matt

1999\10\03@193411 by Tony Nixon

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Matt Bonner wrote:
>
> Has anyone obtained samples or purchased any of the 18Cxxx family?
>
> I'm getting conflicting reports on the availability of the 18C452/JW and
> the 18C452/PT.
>
> --Matt

I wonder why they didn't scrap the JW's, and make them Flash based
processors. It would seem a more logical flow of technology, and get rid
of that stupid code protect problem.

--
Best regards

Tony

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1999\10\04@004513 by Jim Robertson

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At 09:33 4/10/99 +1000, you wrote:


I received one 18C452-jw part today but I would say they are pretty scarce and
there is a considerable bug with the LSFR instruction on the current die.

There are FLASH based 18Fxxx parts coming.

Jim



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1999\10\04@105337 by Matt Bonner

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Tony Nixon wrote:
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> > I'm getting conflicting reports on the availability of the 18C452/JW and
> > the 18C452/PT.

> I wonder why they didn't scrap the JW's, and make them Flash based
> processors. It would seem a more logical flow of technology, and get rid
> of that stupid code protect problem.

One nice thing about JWs: I've tested them successfully to *way* above
their rated temperature spec; I haven't tried that with any flash based
part yet, but I will be with my current project.

--Matt

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