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Thread: 16F84A - 4MHz or 20MHz?
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At 05:17 PM 11/6/00 +0000, you wrote:
>How about
>
>0. Test at 4 MHz
>1. Mark as 4 MHz part or bin it.
>2. Sell it.
>
>Unless, if short of 20MHz part, then test at 20MHz. If pass, mark
>accordingly


Of course you have access to the die, and the manufacturer's test routines,
and check across the full specified range of VCC and temperature, right?



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