The SX devices are totally compatible, drop in replacements for PIC 16C5x processors with emulation circuitry built in to the production device so what the ICE sees... is what the Processor saw!!! And they run at 50-75 MIPS (not just MHz, MIPS!). They are so fast, jitter-free, and deterministic, that many hardware functions can be "virtualized" into the software, reducing chip count and increaseing versatility.
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