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face BY : mikespamBeGone@whitewing.co.uk

How about using a parallel eeprom on the PIC? This should give fast
enough access time, but require a PIC with enough pins to drive the
address & data buses

Alternatively, you may be able to interleave access to the eeprom with
the radio comms, i.e. when you have received the first address byte,
send it to the eeprom while receiving the second. Maybe you could even
interleave on a bit-by-bit basis for minimum delay.  Using a 25xx series SPI eeprom will make this a LOT easier as the
protocol is much simpler, and faster than I2C. If speed is a major
issue to make this work, a PIC with SPI would make it even faster.
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