Microcontroller with 4 USARTs and 40 pins
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> >If it don't say anything more, it may be the classic 8051's: one machine
> >cycle is formed by twuelve clock cycles, and the instruction cycle
> >depends on the particular instruction.
> >If You want more speed enhacement look at Dallas MCS-51 compatible,
> Or the AVR, at one xtal clock per instruction (a few take two). 8 mhz, but
> that's 96 to an 8051 apparently.
Ok, but beside the Scenix, there's no 8-bit microcontroller capable of
doing more than 20 MIPS???
And what about the 16-bit micros? Can it be a good option for my
project? A US$10-20 microcontroller isn't very expensive to me if it can do
all I need on this project.
See also: www.piclist.com/techref/io/serials.htm?key=usart
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