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1998\11\28@115957 by PHXSYS

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I wasn't aware of a new lash part, 16F877.  Have I been under a rock?

Could someone provide more info.

Jon

1998\11\28@125439 by Dave Celsnak

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The new flash parts [as I'm told by Microchip] won't be available till
January, but they will take orders in December.  The parts are listed in
a "New Products" book that I got during a PICmicro seminar in Novi,
Michigan last spring.

I'm mostly excited about the 'large' 28-pin flash PIC's, as they will
now have 10-bit A/D, and some on-board data memory!

Take Care,
Dave Celsnak

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1998\11\29@000407 by PHXSYS

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In a message dated 11/28/98 10:58:01 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
.....pic_daveKILLspamspam.....HOTMAIL.COM writes:

<< I'm mostly excited about the 'large' 28-pin flash PIC's, as they will
now have 10-bit A/D, and some on-board data memory!
 >>
Me too

Thanks for the info

Jon

1998\11\29@055826 by Andy Stephenson

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Have any of you guys seen the pdf data sheet ?

               5V only programming
               new fangled debug pins
               storing 14 bit data within the prog space - i.e. not using retlw

I have not been asked to sign NDA's etc so I assume the data is available.
If you want a look  I can email you.

Rgds...


...Andy

At 09:53 28/11/98 -0800, you wrote:
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1998\11\29@093521 by bob

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On Sun, 29 Nov 1998, Andy Stephenson wrote:
>Have any of you guys seen the pdf data sheet ?
>
>                5V only programming
>                new fangled debug pins
>                storing 14 bit data within the prog space - i.e. not using retl
w
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>I have not been asked to sign NDA's etc so I assume the data is available.
>If you want a look  I can email you.

I also found the following EE Times article. I don't know if this link has
been distributed on the list before, it appears to be from September:

       http://www.eet.com/news/97/968news/flash.html

Interestingly enough, an altavista search on "16F877" turns up only this EE
Times article and Microchip's web page on the 4.0 version of MPLAB, also dated
in September. However, the current version of the MPLAB 4.0 page makes no
mention of the 16F877.

I would be interested in a copy of the PDF, thanks.

--Bob

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1998\11\29@101024 by David Blain

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Sounds like a Scenix SX... Is Microchip playing catch-up?

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Have any of you guys seen the pdf data sheet ?

               5V only programming
               new fangled debug pins
               storing 14 bit data within the prog space - i.e. not using
retlw

I have not been asked to sign NDA's etc so I assume the data is available.
If you want a look  I can email you.

Rgds...


...Andy

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1998\11\29@160151 by William Chops Westfield

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   >Have any of you guys seen the pdf data sheet ?
   >
   >                5V only programming
   >                new fangled debug pins

Microchip was talking about this (or some similar) chip at ESC.
Specifically, the debug pins were "advertised."  I don't think the booth
personel wre amused when I commented that it sounded like a result of the
scenix war...

By the way, how many (if any) of the scenix "published" virtual peripherals
run on PICs as well?

BillW

1998\11\29@234525 by Tjaart van der Walt

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William Chops Westfield wrote:
>
>     >Have any of you guys seen the pdf data sheet ?
>     >
>     >                5V only programming
>     >                new fangled debug pins
>
> Microchip was talking about this (or some similar) chip at ESC.
> Specifically, the debug pins were "advertised."  I don't think the booth
> personel wre amused when I commented that it sounded like a result of the
> scenix war...
>
> By the way, how many (if any) of the scenix "published" virtual peripherals
> run on PICs as well?

<GRIN> You mean, like a 10 baud modem? (Scenix released a full 1200
baud modem virtual peripheral recently)

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1998\11\30@034801 by Dr. Imre Bartfai

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Hi,
our Hungarian distributor already has announced it. They say they cost
about 20-25% more than the OTP parts. They say introduction date is begin
of 1999.
Imre


On Sat, 28 Nov 1998 RemoveMEPHXSYSspam_OUTspamKILLspamAOL.COM wrote:

> I wasn't aware of a new lash part, 16F877.  Have I been under a rock?
>
> Could someone provide more info.
>
> Jon
>
>

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