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Thread: Flash Card in Oz [EE]
face BY : Octavio Nogueira email (remove spam text)

> Hi Mike,
> No need for DOS compatibility - the data is custom.
> Flash or EEPROM makes no difference - non volatile is what I need.
> The smart card I've seen so far are quite small... 2K-bits (256 bytes)
> I need about 16K-bytes or more to store all of the data required.
> The data doesn't change very often. (maybe every 30/60  days or so)
> Needs to plug into customers equipment with no hassles at all.

MultiMedia memory card is easy to interface, you can
use SPI mode, available at http://www.sandisk.com

Friendly Regards

Octavio Nogueira
TakeThisOuTnogueira@spam@spampropic2.com                  ICQ# 19841898
ProPic tools - low cost PIC programmer and emulator

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