Pic tools & scenix chips ?
Dan Michaels email (remove spam text)
At 11:21 AM 05/30/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>I want to try to use Scenix chips as a faster pic, but I don't want to
>mess around too much learning the Scenix stuff. I want to stick to
>Pic mnemonics. Is it possible to use Mplab to write code for
>scenix? How about hi-tech compiler? Are there include files that
>would help do this? I realize that the simulator wont work, and the
>programmer has to be specific for the scenix. I do want to run the
>scenix at 50Mhz, or there would be no reason to use it instead of a
>If anyone is using scenix with existing pic tools I would appreciate
>any pointers for how to do it.
For a cheap entry into SX, take a look at the SX-Blitz programmer
from Parallax - available for $59 from Jameco. It comes with its own
assembler/dev_environment, rather than using PIC tools, but it's
really no big problem for someone already familiar with PIC.
See also: www.piclist.com/techref/ubicom/devices.htm?key=scenix
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