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1998\03\19@182237 by Rickard Gunee

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Hi, I have two questions about the data eeprom in the PIC16F84
1. How do I define bytes in the eeprom in the code (so they get added
into the HEX file)
2. Is there any litmits how often the eeprom can be read, I want to read

about 15000 bytes / second from it (read only, I plan to put strings
into it for video generation)

 / Rickard GunŽe

1998\03\20@073820 by Caisson

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> Van: Rickard Gunee <spam_OUTe96rgTakeThisOuTspamEFD.LTH.SE>
> Aan: .....PICLISTKILLspamspam@spam@MITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Onderwerp: internal data eeprom in PIC16F84
> Datum: donderdag 19 maart 1998 22:50
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> Hi, I have two questions about the data eeprom in the PIC16F84
> 1. How do I define bytes in the eeprom in the code (so they get added
> into the HEX file)

I had the same problem some time ago.  it _is_ in the docs, but you'd have
to read every word twice to find it.  The answer to you question is : Place
your data at 0x2100. the way you would do it if it where in Code-memory.
(EEPROM memory is 8 bit's wide)

> 2. Is there any litmits how often the eeprom can be read, I want to read
> about 15000 bytes / second from it (read only, I plan to put strings
> into it for video generation)

No. The limit lies on _Write-cycles_

>   / Rickard GunŽe

Interesting ...

Greetz,
 Rudy Wieser

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