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Conflicting Requirements Drive the 8-bit Microcontroller Market
by Dave Bursky........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
LPC9402 (Accelerated 8-bit MCU)
by NXP...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
LPC92x1 (28-pin, 8-bit MCU)
by NXP...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
LPC9402 (20-pin, 8-bit MCU)
by NXP...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Microchip Partner Guide.................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Partners Gain with 8-bit and 16-bit
Supply Chain Program by John Blyler.........................22
expresslogic.................................................................. 23
CCS, Inc............................................................................ 24
CheckSum...................................................................... 24
mikroElektronika. ...................................................... 25
INGENIA-CAT, S.L...................................................... 26
RamTex International ApS................................... 27
Ironwood Electronics.............................................. 28
Logical Devices........................................................... 28
P.R. Glassel and Associates................................. 28
Products and Services
Microcontrollers & Cores
World’s First 16-bit Microcontrollers
With 64 Kbytes of Flash in 28-pin Packages......................... 35
Microcontrollers & Cores
ASIX Electronics Corporation
Silicon Laboratories
High Pin Count, Touch-sensing, 8-bit MCUs.......................... 36
AX220xx Family Embedded WLAN SoC................................. 30
Low Power Mixed-signal 8-bit MCUs.................................... 37
Microchip Technology Inc.
USB 8-bit MCUs..................................................................... 38
8-bit Microcontrollers Designed for
Zilog, Inc.
Low-Cost, Low-Power and High-Performance Operation......... 31
Classic Z8® Microcontrollers................................................. 40
8-bit PIC® Microcontrollers for
eZ80AcclaimPlus!TM Ethernet Flash Microcontrollers........... 41
Segmented Display Applications........................................... 32
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PIC16F72X 8-bit Flash Microcontrollers
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for Numerous Cost-Sensitive Applications............................ 33
PIC16F88X Family of General-Purpose,
Small PIC® Microcontrollers.................................................. 34
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Conflicting Requirements Drive the
8-bit Microcontroller Market
by Dave Bursky
The 8-bit microcontroller market is a complex montage
of conflicting design requirements. Users want low-cost
chips that deliver high levels of integration and high performance. Unfortunately, those three vectors are in direct
conflict with each other. Highly integrated devices tend to
have larger chip areas and thus might cost more. High-performance devices may require more advanced processes or
more complex architectures, which also will result in higher
costs. By looking at system costs rather than individual
chip costs, however, the steeper silicon cost of a more highly
integrated device can be lower than the total cost of a more
discrete solution—especially when all of the manufacturing
and testing overheads are taken into account.
It wasn’t that long ago that the 8-bit manufacturers were
trying to get the high-volume price for a low-end MCU to
less than $1. Today, prices in large volumes are already less
than 25 cents for some devices, states Alexis Alcott, product
marketing manager for Advanced MCU Architectures at
Microchip Technology Inc., Chandler, Ariz. Such low prices,
she continues, allow designers to use 8-bit MCUs to replace
dedicated logic and achieve a lower-cost solution that is
more flexible, as software can be updated to add features
to the end product without redesigning the logic. Such
integration and low cost open up many new applications
that previously were not considered economically viable for
microcontrollers. Today, for example, liquid-crystal-display
(LCD) readouts are incorporated into thermometers, pregnancy test kits, electronic tape measures, and many other
products that didn’t exist just a few years ago.
To reduce system costs, microcontrollers are now incorporating functions like Universal-Serial-Bus (USB) controllers,
LCD controllers, Ethernet media-access controllers, accompanying physical interfaces (MACs and PHYs), and even
capacitive touch controllers. Because there is no single
all-in-one solution, the market for 8-bit MCUs is highly
fragmented, emphasize both Alexis Alcott and Fanie
Duvenhage, Microchip Technology’s director of marketing
and applications. Microchip, for example, offers multiple
8-bit families that address the various markets for display
control communications and peripheral connectivity as well
as many other market segments.
In 2008, the approximate market size for 8-bit microcontrollers totaled about $5 billion according to Amy Leong,
research director for semiconductors at Gartner in San Jose,
Calif. However, she expects that the tough economic conditions in 2009 will shrink the market to just under $4 billion
this year. But the market will rebound slightly in 2010 and
regain most of its losses in 2011. However, it will take until
2012 for the market to surpass the 2008 levels. Another
market observer—Jordan Selburn, principal analyst for
semiconductor design at ISuppli—states that one key trend
for the 8-bit market is the integration of specialized interface blocks on the MCUs—especially USB 1.1, LCD control,
and other functions that were often standalone chips in
previous-generation designs.
The need for rich peripheral sets on the MCUs helps to lower
system costs. But the MCUs don’t necessarily need the most
advanced processes to achieve the desired performance
levels, explains Duvenhage. Most 8-bit MCUs are still manufactured using 0.35- and 0.25-{LC MU}m processes. That
actually works well for the integration of functions like
LCD controllers and USB ports because the voltages needed
to drive those interfaces are easier to deal with at those
dimensions. In addition, leakage currents are low. Thus, the
controller vendors can deliver chips with ultra-low standby
and operating currents.
Figure 1: Sporting direct LCD control and capacitive touch sensing, the
PIC18F87J90 8-bit microcontrollers pack up to 128 kBytes of Flash-based
program memory, 4 kBytes of RAM, and a broad range of I/O functions
including a 10-bit/12-channel ADC, a charge-time measurement unit (for
the capacitive touch sensors), comparators, timers, serial ports, and more
(left). The integrated LCD controller allows the PIC18F87J90 series MCUs to
serve in many applications ranging from smart-phone displays and exercise
systems to digital thermostats (right).
LCD displays driven by 8-bit MCUs are almost all segment-type panels because the memory requirements for
dot-matrix-style displays would require more memory than
most microcontrollers typically integrate. One of the latest
MCU families with LCD controllers comes from Microchip.
The company recently added to its existing families of 8-bit
MCUs by releasing the PIC18F87J90 family. These MCUs
include LCD controllers and extend the on-chip memory to
up to 128 kBytes of Flash and 4 kBytes of RAM (see Figure
1). The large amount of on-chip memory is needed as program complexity continues to increase, states Alcott.
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For USB applications, many MCU vendors offer 8-bit processors with USB 2.0 full-speed, USB 1.1, and a few legacy
devices that still offer USB 1.0 ports. No immediate plans
are in place by 8-bit vendors to offer a USB 2.0 high-speed
option, as the 480-Mbit/s transfer speed would overwhelm
most 8-bit architectures. Most vendors agree that such
high-speed ports as well as the more complex on-the-go and
embedded host features are better handled by 16- and 32bit processor architectures.
Full-speed USB ports (12 Mbits/s) are available on a wide
range of 8-bit MCUs from Microchip and many other 8-bit
MCU vendors including Atmel, Freescale, Fujitsu, NEC,
Silicon Labs, STMicroelectronics, and others. For example,
Microchip’s PIC18F8xxx and 18F6xxx devices are available
in versions that can operate from supply voltages as low as
1.8 V. The on-board processor delivers 12 to 16 MIPS and
on-chip memory ranges to 128 kBytes of Flash-based program storage and 4 kBytes of data SRAM. Released in late
2008 to tackle low-end USB applications, the MC9S08JM16
series from Freescale Semiconductor, Austin, Texas, is based
on the company’s S08 8-bit controller core. It includes a USB
2.0 full-speed interface, up to 16 kBytes of Flash, 1 kByte
of SRAM, and many other control and interface functions
(see Figure 2).
of Ethernet buffer RAM, up to 128 kBytes of Flash program
storage, and 4 kBytes of SRAM. Maxim includes a full Ethernet 10/100 MAC solution on an enhanced 8051 core along
with many other functions.
Table: Projected Market Growth for Capacitive Touch Interfaces in the PC
Market Segment
User interfaces also are a big growth area for 8-bit processors. According to a research study done by Gartner, the
Apple iPhone has spurred the growth of capacitive-touchsensor control in many consumer and PC applications (see
Table 1a and 1b). To that end, according to Leong, microcontroller vendors are joining the march by adding MCUs that
include capacitive-touch-sensor interfaces. Microchip, for
instance, recently released the PIC16F72X family (mTouch
series). The chips in this family include a capacitive-sensing
module that implements an extension of the relaxation
oscillator approach to sensing a change in capacitance.
Additional 8-bit offerings with touch-sensing capabilities
are available in the AVR family from Atmel and the programmable-system-on-a-chip (PSoC) devices from Cypress
Semiconductor as well as other vendors.
Dave Bursky is a contributing editor for
Chip Design and Embedded Intel Solutions
magazines. He also is the technical editorial
manager at Maxim Integrated Products
Inc. in Sunnyvale, CA.
Figure 2: The MC9508JM16 MCUs are based on an S08 processor core and
include a USB 2.0 full-speed interface, a 12-bit/8-channel ADC, and other
peripheral functions. With a simple development board, designers can
quickly create solutions for cost-sensitive markets like PC peripherals, barcode scanners, utility meters, game pads, and touch panels.
Network interfaces are a growing interest area. Many
vending machines, kiosks, and numerous industrial and
consumer products now have to tie into the Internet for
remote diagnostics, program updates, and data-collection
applications. By incorporating a full Ethernet port (10
Mbit/s) on the microcontroller, designers at Microchip,
Maxim, Silicon Labs, and a few other companies can offer
a complete network solution on a chip. For example, Microchip’s PIC18F96J60 integrates the Ethernet media-access
controller (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) as well as a 10bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), two UARTs, 8 kBytes
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NXP 80C51-based MCUs
LPC9402
Accelerated 8-bit MCU with universal
LCD driver
Equipped with a universal LCD driver, this accelerated microcontroller delivers performance
six times that of standard 80C51-based MCUs, and makes it easy to integrate advanced
technology into everyday applications.
Key Features
 Accelerated 80C51 CPU
 8-KB code Flash
 256-Byte RAM
 LCD driver (32 segments x 4 backplanes)
 System supervisory functions
(POR, enhanced brownout detection)
 Two 16-bit timers
 System timer/RTC, Watchdog timer
 Two analog comparators
 Enhanced UART, I2C-bus, SPI
 Internal RC oscillator trimmed to a ±1% accuracy
with clock-doubler option
 Clock switching on the fly
 23 configurable I/O pins
 Temperature range: -40 to + 85 °C
 Space-saving LQFP64 package
Application
 Security systems
 White goods
These 8-bit microcontrollers use an accelerated architecture
that executes instructions in two to four clocks, delivering
performance that is six times higher than that of a standard
80C51 device.
The integrated LCD driver is applicable to a broad range of
systems. Other integrated features such as byte-erasable
Flash memory, enhanced timing functions, and power
monitoring, make this MCU well suited to a very wide
variety of applications, from battery-powered systems to
white goods.
The LPC9402 has 8 KB of byte-erasable Flash code memory
that can be used to simulate an EEPROM, with a full erase
or program taking only 2 ms. It also has 256 bytes of Data
RAM.
 Consumer
 Industrial products
 Battery-powered devices
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The LCD driver provides 32 segments and supports up
to four backplanes. It delivers low-power operation and
power-save modes. To reduce power consumption further,
each processor supports an idle mode and two different
minimizes display overhead by using an on-chip display
RAM with auto-increment addressing. It requires no
power-down modes. Total power-down current is less than 1 μA.
external components, and is compatible with TTL/CMOS
There are up to 23 I/O, each with a VDD operating range
components and chip-on-glass technology.
of 2.4 to 3.6 V and a tolerance to 5 V. The operating
temperature range is -40 to +85°C. The MCU is pin-to-pin
Serial interfaces include a 400-kHz I2C bus, an SPI bus,
and an enhanced UART with fractional baud-rate generator,
compatible with P89LPC9401 devices in the same packages.
break detect, framing error detection, automatic address
detection, and versatile interrupt capabilities.
Third-Party Development Tools
Through third-party suppliers, NXP offers a range
of development and evaluation tools for its
On-chip features combine to reduce chip count, save
board space, and lower overall cost. There are two
microcontrollers. For the most current listing,
please visit www.nxp.com/microcontrollers.
analog comparators and two 16-bit counter/ timers, each
configurable to toggle a port output on timer overflow
or to act as a PWM output.
LPC9402 Block Diagram
A 7.37-MHz internal RC oscillator with a ±1% tolerance over
voltage and ambient temperature lets the microcontroller
operate without external oscillator components. Users can
adjust the IRC oscillator to other frequencies. When the
clock-doubler option is enabled, the output frequency
is 14.746 MHz. The on-chip Watchdog timer has a separate
on-chip oscillator (nominal 400 kHz), calibrated to ±5%
at room temperature, requires no external components,
and is selectable from eight values. For optimal support of
active mode with minimal power, on-the-fly clock switching
is available with the internal RC oscillator, the Watchdog
oscillator, and the external clock source. Fast switching
maximizes performance.
System supervisory functions include Power-on reset
(POR) and enhanced brownout detection (BOD). Enhanced
low voltage (brownout) detect allows a graceful system
shutdown when power fails and can optionally be
configured as an interrupt. The integrated real-time clock
is equipped with independent power and clock supplies,
permitting extremely low power consumption in
Selector Guide
Memory
Type
Flash
RAM
pins
8K
256 B
23
P89LPC9402
Temperature
Serial interfaces
I/O
I2C-bus
UART
SPI
t
t
t
range (°C)
-40 to +85
Package
LQFP64
www.nxp.com
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LPC93x1
28-pin, 8-bit MCUs with enhanced
RC oscillator and temp sensor
Building on the success of the LPC900 family, these high-performance MCUs use an
accelerated 80C51 CPU to enhance performance. They offer high integration and are
available in small, 28-pin packages.
Key Features
 Accelerated 80C51 CPU
 4/8 KB code Flash
 256-Byte RAM
 System supervisory functions



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
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(POR, enhanced brownout detection)
Two 16-bit timers
System timer/RTC, Watchdog timer
Dual 8-bit ADCs/DACs (LPC9331/9341)
On-chip temperature sensor (LPC9331/9341)
Two analog comparators
Enhanced UART, I2C-bus, SPI
Internal RC oscillator trimmed to a ±1% accuracy
with clock-doubler option
Clock switching on the fly
26 configurable I/O pins
Temperature range: -40 to + 85 °C
Small, 28-pin packages: TSSOP28
Application
 Battery-powered devices
 Security systems
 HVAC
 Protocol conversion
These 8-bit microcontrollers use an accelerated architecture
that executes instructions in two to four clocks, delivering
performance that is six times higher than that of a standard
80C51 device.
Integrated features such as byte-erasable Flash memory,
enhanced timing functions, and power monitoring, make
these microcontrollers well suited to a very wide range
of applications. On-chip features combine to reduce chip
count, save board space, and lower overall cost.
The LPC93x1 microcontroller has 4/8 KB of byte-erasable
Flash code memory that can be used to simulate an
EEPROM, with a full erase or program taking only 2 ms.
It also has 256 bytes of Data RAM.
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 Industrial products
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Serial interfaces include a 400-kHz I2C bus, an SPI bus, and
A 7.37-MHz internal RC oscillator with a ±1% tolerance over
an enhanced UART with fractional baud-rate generator,
break detect, framing error detection, automatic address
detection, and versatile interrupt capabilities.
voltage and ambient temperature lets the microcontroller
operate without external oscillator components. Users can
adjust the IRC oscillator to other frequencies. When the
clock doubler option is enabled, the output frequency is
The LPC9331/9341 has dual 4-channel 8-bit A/Ds and
14.746 MHz. The on-chip Watchdog timer has a separate
1-channel D/As. The on-chip temperature sensor is
integrated within ADC0 and operates over a wide range
(-40 to +85 °C). There are two 16-bit counter/ timers, each
configurable to toggle a port output on timer overflow or
on-chip oscillator (nominal 400 kHz), calibrated to ±5% at
room temperature, requires no external components, and
is selectable from eight values. To provide optimal support
for active mode with minimal power, there is on-the-fly
to act as a PWM output.
clock switching for the internal RC oscillator, the Watchdog
oscillator, and the external clock source. Fast switching
LPC93x1 Block Diagram
maximizes performance.
4 kB/8 kB Code Flash
System supervisory functions include Power-on reset
256 byte Data RAM
(POR) and enhanced brownout detection (BOD). Enhanced
low voltage (brownout) detect allows a graceful system
shutdown when power fails and can be optionally
configured as an interrupt. To reduce power consumption
Accelerated 2-Clock 80C51 CPU
System Supervisory Functions
(Power-on Reset, Enhanced Brownout Detect)
System Timer/
Real-Time Clock
further, each processor supports an idle mode and two
different power-down modes. Total power-down current is
Timer 0
Timer 1
WDT w/OSC
less than 1 μA.
There are up to 26 I/O, each with a VDD operating range
of 2.4 to 3.6 V and a tolerance to 5 V. These MCUs are
pin-to-pin compatible with P89LPC930/931/933/934 devices
housed in the same packages.
8-bit ADC0/ADC1
(w/Temp Sensor)
(P89LPC9331/9341)
Analog Comparators
I2C
SPI
UART
On-chip RC Oscillator
7.3728 Mhz (w/clock doubler)
Keypad Interrupt
Third-Party Development Tools
Through third-party suppliers, NXP offers a range
of development and evaluation tools for its
26 Configurable I/O Pins
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microcontrollers. For the most current listing,
please visit www.nxp.com/microcontrollers.
Selector Guide
Memory
Type
I/O
ADC
DAC
Flash
RAM
pins
P89LPC9301
4K
256 B
P89LPC931A1
8K
256 B
P89LPC9331
4K
256 B
26
2x4ch/8b
2x8b
P89LPC9341
8K
256 B
26
2x4ch/8b
2x8b
Temp.
Sensor
Serial interfaces
Temperature
range (°C)
Package
I2C-bus
UART
26
t
t
-40 to +85
TSSOP28
26
t
t
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NXP 80C51-based MCUs
LPC92x1
20-pin, 8-bit MCUs with enhanced
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Building on the success of the LPC900 family, these high-performance MCUs use an
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Key Features
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 2/4/8-KB code Flash
 256-Byte RAM
 System supervisory functions
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8-bit ADC/DAC (LPC9241/9251)
On-chip temperature sensor (LPC9241/9251)
Two analog comparators
Enhanced UART, I2C-bus
Internal RC oscillator trimmed to a ±1% accuracy
with clock doubler option
Clock switching on the fly
18 configurable I/O pins
Temperature range: -40 to + 85 °C
Small, 20-pin packages: TSSOP20, DIP20
Application
 Battery-powered devices
 Security systems
 HVAC
 Protocol conversion
These 8-bit microcontrollers use an accelerated architecture
that executes instructions in two to four clocks, delivering
performance that is six times higher than that of a standard
80C51 device.
Integrated features such as byte-erasable Flash memory,
enhanced timing functions, and power monitoring make
these microcontrollers well suited to a very wide range
of applications. On-chip features combine to reduce chip
count, save board space, and lower overall cost.
The LPC92x1 microcontroller has 2/4/8 KB of byte-erasable
Flash code memory that can be used to simulate an
EEPROM, with a full erase or program taking only 2 ms.
It also has 256 bytes of Data RAM.
 Consumer
 Industrial products
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Serial interfaces include a 400-kHz I2C bus and an enhanced
UART with fractional baud-rate generator, break detect,
A 7.37-MHz internal RC oscillator with a ±1% tolerance over
voltage and ambient temperature lets the microcontroller
framing error detection, automatic address detection, and
versatile interrupt capabilities.
operate without external oscillator components. Users can
adjust the IRC oscillator to other frequencies. When the
clock-doubler option is enabled, the output frequency is
The LPC9241/9251 has a 4-channel, 8-bit A/D and 1-channel
D/A converters. The on-chip temperature sensor operates
14.746 MHz. The on-chip Watchdog timer has a separate
on-chip oscillator (nominal 400 kHz), calibrated to ±5% at
over a wide range (-40 to +85 °C), and there are two 16-bit
counter/ timers, each configurable to toggle a port output
room temperature, requires no external components, and
is selectable from eight values. To provide optimal support
on timer overflow or to act as a PWM output.
for active mode with minimal power, there is on-the-fly
clock switching for the internal RC oscillator, the Watchdog
oscillator, and the external clock source. Fast switching
LPC92x1 Block Diagram
maximizes performance.
2 kB/4 kB/8 kB Code Flash
256 byte Data RAM
System supervisory functions include Power-on reset
(POR) and enhanced brownout detection (BOD). Enhanced
low-voltage (brownout) detect allows a graceful system
Accelerated 2-Clock 80C51 CPU
shutdown when power fails and can be optionally
configured as an interrupt. To reduce power consumption
System Supervisory Functions
(Power-on Reset, Enhanced Brownout Detect)
System Timer/
Real-Time Clock
further, each processor supports an idle mode and two
different power-down modes. Total power-down current is
less than 1 μA.
Timer 0
Timer 1
WDT w/OSC
8-bit ADC1
(w/Temp Sensor)
P89LPC9241/9251
Analog Comparators
I2C
There are up to 18 I/O, each with a VDD operating range
of 2.4 to 3.6 V and a tolerance to 5 V. These MCUs are
pin-to-pin compatible with P89LPC920/921/922/924/925
devices housed in the same packages.
UART
On-chip RC Oscillator
7.3728 Mhz (w/clock doubler)
Keypad Interrupt
Third-Party Development Tools
18 Configurable I/O Pins
002aae488
Through third-party suppliers, NXP offers a range
of development and evaluation tools for its
microcontrollers. For the most current listing,
please visit www.nxp.com/microcontrollers.
Selector Guide
Memory
Type
Flash
I/O
RAM
pins
ADC
DAC
Temp.
Sensor
Serial interfaces
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32KB Data Memory for Wi-Fi CPU (WCPU), TCP/IP accelerator, 802.11a/b/g compatible WLAN MAC/Baseband,
Fast Ethernet MAC and rich communication peripherals
for wide varieties of application which need access to the
wired/wireless LAN or Internet.
The dual-CPU architecture of AX220xx utilizes the MCPU
for applications and TCP/IP processing and the WCPU for
WLAN protocol processing and Ethernet to WLAN packet
format translation. The built-in WLAN MAC and Baseband processor are compatible with IEEE 802.11a/b/g
standard and support security features compatible with
802.11i and QoS features compatible with IEEE 802.11e
and support operation in Infrastructure or Ad-Hoc (IBSS)
network topology.
In addition to stand-alone application, AX220xx with
TCP/IP protocol suite on-chip and local bus host interface, high speed UART or SPI interface, can be used
as network co-processor to offload TCP/IP and WLAN
protocol processing loading from system CPU in an
embedded system.
Features & Benefits
◆ High integration with MCU, Flash, TCP/IP, WLAN
MAC/BB and Ethernet MAC in a single chip enabling
compact, simple, low power and low cost Internet
connection capability for many applications
◆ High-density on-chip 1MB flash memory facilitating
graphical web server design for embedded applications requiring remote access, allowing users access
from web browser anywhere
◆ High performance Dual-CPU (1T/80MIPS 8051/80390)
architecture, DMA engine and TCP/IP accelerator
permitting efficient and high performance embedded
system design
◆ Easy to use - 100% software compatible with standard
8051/80390. Updating firmware over the network
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Technical Specs
u Dual-CPU architecture for Application and WLAN
Protocol Processing: 8-bit pipelined RISC, single
cycle per instruction operating up to 80MHz
u Embeds on-chip 1MB Flash memory, 64KB data
memory for MCPU and 32KB data memory for WCPU
u Built-in TCP/IP accelerator, 802.11a/b/g compatible
WLAN MAC/Baseband and Fast Ethernet MAC
u Variety of System Interfaces: SPI, I2C, UART, I2S/PCM,
1-Wire, Local Bus and GPIO
u 128-pin (AX22001) or 164-pin (AX22011) E-Pad LQFP
RoHS compliant package; Updating firmware through
Wi-Fi, Ethernet or UART
AVAILABILITY
Limited sampling is available now, and volume production
is expected in Q3 2009. To find a distributor near you, please
visit our website at http://www.asix.com.tw/distributor.php.
APPLICATION AREAS
AX220xx provides very cost effective networking
solution to enable simple, easy and low cost Internet
connection capability for many applications such as
consumer electronics, networked home appliances,
industrial equipments, security systems, remote data
collection equipments, remote control, remote monitoring and remote management.
Contact Information
ASIX Electronics Corporation
4F, No. 8, Hsin Ann Rd., Hsinchu
Science Park
Hsinchu, Taiwan 30078
R.O.C.
+886-3-5799500 Telephone
+886-3-5799558 Fax
[email protected]
www.asix.com.tw
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WLAN SoC
8-bit Microcontrollers Designed
for Low-Cost, Low-Power and
High-Performance Operation
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Microchip Technology Inc.
Supported 8-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
The PIC18F4XK20/2XK20 family of 8-bit microcontrollers
sets a new benchmark for lower power consumption,
low cost and high-performance operation.
To control power consumption, the new 28-, 40- and
44-pin microcontrollers provide nanoWatt Technology
features that include power-managed modes, an
operating voltage range of 1.8V to 3.6V and efficient
on-chip peripherals. Additionally, speeds of 16 MIPS
(64 MHz) can be achieved at 3V operation from the
internal oscillator, offering high performance while
maintaining low power consumption. All of these
features make this microcontroller family ideally
suited for general-purpose control, and a broad range
of battery-operated or low-power applications.
With the ever-increasing focus on portable applications that require reduced energy consumption
and increased functionality, there is a clear need for
embedded electronic intelligence that can do more
with less. Microchip’s PIC18F4XK20/2XK20 devices
meet these needs head-on, not just with the levels of
performance, but also at a cost-effective price point.
Additionally, this family continues Microchip’s easy
migration strategy, providing full code, pin-out and
tool compatibility with the Company’s comprehensive
portfolio of 8-bit microcontrollers.
Enhanced on-chip peripherals available include a software-selectable, precision 16 MHz internal oscillator
with Phase Lock Loop (PLL); a Master Synchronous
Serial Port (I2C™/SPI) module with address masking; a
four-channel, and dual rail-to-rail comparators.
Features & Benefits
◆ Up to 64 Kbytes of Flash program memory
◆ Up to 3,936 bytes of RAM
◆ Up to 1,024 bytes of Data EEPROM memory
◆ Programmable Brown-Out Reset, with a software-
enable option
◆ Extended WatchDog Timer
Technical Specs
u Enhanced low-power Timer 1
u EUSART with LIN compatibility
u Two-speed oscillator start-up
u 10-bit Enhanced Capture/Compare Pulse-Width
Modulation module with PWM steering capability
u Up to 14 10-bit Analog-to-Digital Conversion chan-
nels with a 1.2V fixed voltage reference
Note: The Microchip name and logo, PIC, and MPLAB are registered trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. in the USA and other countries. All
other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective
companies.
Contact Information
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
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Microchip Technology Inc.
Supported 8-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
The PIC18F87J90 family of 8-bit direct LCD-drive microcontrollers (MCUs) with nanoWatt Technology feature 64
- 128 KB Flash and 4 KB RAM, and are the industry’s first
8-bit MCUs to include a Real-Time Clock and Calendar
(RTCC) and Charge Time Measurement Unit (CTMU)
peripheral for capacitive touch sensing or precise time
measurement. The PIC18F87J90 devices are pin compatible with Microchip’s PIC18F85J90 devices, providing an
easy migration path across Microchip’s entire LCD-drive
MCU family and simplified application upgrades.
Many designers want to enhance and add features to
their display applications, such as capacitive or inductive touch user interfaces. The PIC18F87J90 products
meet this need head-on, with their extended memory
range and integrated peripheral set including the
CTMU. With Microchip’s unique nanoWatt Technology,
the MCUs help maintain the system’s low-power ratings, and can even drive the display in sleep mode
to conserve power. Additionally, the onboard LCD
module contains a software-programmable contrast
controller, which provides display boost or dimming
and compensates for environmental elements such as
temperature and lighting. The on-chip hardware RTCC
works even in sleep mode to enable real-time tracking
and lower power consumption.
To get started, purchase the PICDEM™ LCD 2 Demo
Board in combination with the PIC18F87J90 Plug-In
Module, which includes capacitive-touch buttons.
AVAILABILITY
Now. For further information, contact any Microchip
sales representative or authorized worldwide distributor,
or visit Microchip’s Web site at www.microchip.com/lcd.
APPLICATION AREAS
The PIC18F87J90 MCUs are designed for cost-sensitive
embedded display applications in the consumer (white
goods, game controllers, exercise equipment, thermostat
and counter top appliances); industrial (home-alarm/
security-system keypads, power meters, data logging
and central AC communication controllers); medical
(flow meters, patient monitors, laboratory instruments
and home-diagnostic devices); and automotive markets
(dashboard and control panels).
Features & Benefits
◆ These 64- and 80-pin devices extend the memory
reach and peripheral set of Microchip’s LCD MCU
portfolio.
◆ Microchip’s LCD Design Center offers complete
information on application notes, reference designs,
development tools, free code libraries and recommended devices: www.microchip.com/lcd.
Note: The Microchip name and logo, PIC, and MPLAB are registered
trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. in the USA and other countries.
nanoWatt and PICDEM are trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. All
other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective
companies.
Contact Information
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
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8-bit PIC® Microcontrollers for
Segmented Display Applications
PIC16F72X 8-bit Flash
Microcontrollers for Numerous
Cost-Sensitive Applications
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Supported 8-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
Embedded designers can integrate even higher levels of
functionality into a wide variety of cost-sensitive applications with the PIC16F722/3/4/6/7 (PIC16F72X) 8-bit Flash
MCUs from Microchip.
The 28- and 40-pin PIC16F72X devices are capable of
operation down to 1.8V and feature a 16 MHz internal oscillator; up to 14 ADC channels; communication (SPI, I2C™,
AUSART) and two Capture, Compare and PWM (CCP)
modules; plus the mTouch™ Sensing Solution peripheral.
The PIC16F72X MCUs have an operating voltage range
of 1.8 – 5.5V, with the low-power PIC16LF72X devices
offering lower standby and other power-consumption
specifications from 1.8 – 3.6V. Both variations feature
a Timer1 Gate that runs from the internal 16 MHz oscillator, providing ease in conditional event counting and
measurements. With up to 14 ADC channels, two CCP
modules and communication peripherals, the MCUs
increase design flexibility with the ability to interface with
external devices such as environmental sensors, as well
as provide additional system control and monitoring.
AVAILABILITY
Now. Visit www.microchipDIRECT.com or contact your
local Microchip Authorized Distributor or Sales Representative. Free samples are available at the Microchip website.
APPLICATION AREAS
Example general-purpose applications for the PIC16F72X
and PIC16LF72X MCUs include: appliance (blenders,
refrigerators, dishwashers); consumer/home electronic
(toys, cell phones, phone chargers, electric shavers,
vacuum cleaners); industrial (digital water heaters,
security systems, HVAC control); automotive (car audio,
remote controls, power seats, lighting control).
The mTouch Sensing Solution peripheral makes it easy to
add proximity sensing or capacitive touch-sensing user
interfaces in place of mechanical buttons or switches, if
designers so choose. Additionally, the mTouch peripheral can operate while the device is in “sleep mode,”
bringing further power savings to the user.
Features & Benefits
◆ The new MCUs have integrated in-circuit debug and
are supported by the MPLAB® IDE Integrated Development Environment, available as a free download from
Microchip’s Web site (www.microchip.com/MPLAB).
◆ MPLAB REAL ICE™ in-circuit emulator support
◆ The PIC16F722/3/6 and PIC16LF722/3/6 MCUs are available in 28-pin SPDIP, SOIC, SSOP and QFN packages; with
prices starting at $0.91 each in 10,000-unit quantities.
◆ The PIC16F724/7 and PIC16LF724/7 MCUs are available in 40-pin PDIP, TQFP and QFN packages; with
prices starting at $1.34 each in 10,000-unit quantities.
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
The Microchip name and logo, MPLAB and PIC are registered trademarks of
Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U.S.A. and other countries. REAL
ICE is a trademark of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U.S.A. and
other countries. All other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of
their respective companies.
Contact Information
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
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Microchip Technology Inc.
Supported 8-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
The PIC16C88X 8-bit microcontroller family from Microchip Technology consists of 28- and 40/44-pin PIC®
devices for use in a wide range of applications. The
PIC16F88X family maintains compatibility with the
PIC16F87XA family for easy migration, while providing
a host of new features designed to save users time and
money—both during and after their design cycle. The
enhancements include dual internal oscillators with clock
switching and fail-safe clock mode; more (up to 14) ADC
channels; an advanced comparator module featuring two
comparators and a Set/Reset Latch to allow emulation of
many analog circuits; and low-power enhancements that
extend battery life.
u Master Synchronous Serial Port (MSSP) with slave
Embedded system designers’ marketplaces are constantly changing. Quite often, functions and features are
added to a customer’s product in the middle of the design
cycle, as new requirements emerge. Therefore, system
designs must be fluid and easily adaptable in order to
evolve with the changing landscape. These dynamics
require a high degree of flexibility from the chosen
microcontroller architecture. Microchip’s PIC16F88X
family is complemented by a vast portfolio of pin- and
code-compatible PIC microcontrollers that enable customers to quickly move to the right part for their chosen
application, without having to write all new code.
Features & Benefits
◆ Up to 14 Kbytes of Self-write Program Flash and low-
voltage programming to enable field programmability
◆ Up to 256 bytes of Data EEPROM for variable data
storage
◆ Onboard In-Circuit Debug module for simpler system
address mask
u More General Purpose I/O, with up to 36 pins that can
be used for I/O, and Interrupt-on-change capability
for each I/O pin
u Enhanced USART (EUSART)
AVAILABILITY
Now. For further information, contact any Microchip sales
representative or authorized worldwide distributor, or visit
Microchip’s Web site at http://www.microchip.com/8bit.
APPLICATION AREAS
The family targets a wide range of general-purpose,
horizontal applications. Specific application examples
include battery-operated systems and battery management, space-constrained and small form factor
applications, analog-intensive applications (due to the
rich on-chip analog peripheral set), and mechatronics.
troubleshooting
◆ Advanced Analog Peripherals: Enhanced analog
comparator module, featuring 2 comparators with
Set/Reset Latch mode; up to 14 10-bit ADC channels;
0.6V reference voltage for comparators and ADC
Technical Specs
Note: The Microchip name and logo, PIC, and MPLAB are registered trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. in the USA and other countries. All
other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective
companies.
Contact Information
u Low Power Features: low-power wake up; enhanced
low-current watchdog timer; low-power Timer 1
oscillator
u Extended Watchdog Timer with low current draw:
serial communication interfaces; UART/SCI connectivity via EUSART module; Master Mode SPI and
I2C™ with Address Mask option
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Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
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PIC16F88X Family of GeneralPurpose, Small PIC® Microcontrollers
World’s First 16-bit
Microcontrollers With 64 Kbytes
of Flash in 28-pin Packages
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Microchip Technology Inc.
Supported 16-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
With the PIC24FJ64GA004 16-bit microcontroller family,
Microchip Technology extends its 16-bit portfolio by
providing smaller and lower cost 28- and 44-pin packages with 16 to 64 Kbytes of Flash program memory and
up to 8 Kbytes of RAM. The PIC24FJ64GA002 microcontroller provides more onboard memory than any
other 28-pin packaged 16-bit microcontroller. The entire
PIC24FJ64GA004 family allows the flexible use of all
onboard peripherals, by enabling designers to map them
to the pin they desire through the “Peripheral Pin Select”
pin-mapping function.
Design engineers are adding functions in software to
even the smallest microcontrollers, driving the demand
for higher performance and larger memory in low pin
count packages—to better address cost- and space-constrained applications. The PIC24FJ64GA004 family’s
industry-leading memory densities, in packages as small
as a 6x6 mm QFN, address these design concerns.
AVAILABILITY
However, engineers still require a broad range of peripheral combinations within these low pin count packages.
The PIC24FJ64GA004 family contains a similar peripheral set to the 100-pin PIC24FJ128GA family, in a package
as small as 28 pins. Through Peripheral Pin Select,
Microchip enables designers to use the available pins
in the exact manner they like. This flexibility provides
engineers with the option to use a smaller, more costeffective microcontroller.
The PIC24FJ64GA004 family is designed to meet a
wide range of design engineering needs across a broad
spectrum of industries. Specific application examples
include: consumer (security systems, heating control,
audio equipment); automotive (body control, steering
systems); instrumentation/measurement (scales, medical
instruments and monitoring); industrial (building monitorand-control systems, security/access systems, sensors).
Now. For further information, contact any Microchip sales
representative or authorized worldwide distributor, or
visit Microchip’s Web site at http://www.microchip.com.
APPLICATION AREAS
The PIC24FJ64GA004 family is designed to meet a wide
range of design engineering needs across a broad spectrum of industries.
Features & Benefits
◆ Two independent channels of I2C™, UART and SPI
communications, enabling communications to a
number of devices over multiple protocols, for easier
system design.
◆ Designed for an easy transition to other members in
the PIC24F family and for migration to other families
in Microchip’s 16-bit portfolio, including the PIC24H
and dsPIC33 families, through code compatibility.
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
Note: The Microchip name and logo, PIC, and MPLAB are registered trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. in the USA and other countries. All
other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective
companies.
Contact Information
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
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Silicon Laboratories
Supported Operating Systems: 8051
Supported 8-bit Architectures: 8-bit, 8051
The C8051F7xx family of high pin-count MCUs for
cost-sensitive, high I/O embedded systems offers a
robust, accurate, responsive and easy to configure
touch sensing feature. With up to 54 general purpose
I/O pins and a 25 MIPS 8051 CPU, the C8051F7xx family
brings a high level of processing power and flexibility.
Features & Benefits
◆ Fastest touch sense on-chip peripheral uses a capaci-
tance-to-digital converter with 40 us acquisition time
combined with 25 MIPS CPU enabling sophisticated
cap sense, even when large arrays of touch sense
elements are used.
◆ With up to 32 touch sensing inputs, featuring wakeon-touch, the MCU can be placed in a power saving
mode and wake quickly upon touch to save overall
system power in applications.
◆ A highly accurate 10-bit SAR ADC with on-chip
voltage reference and temperature sensor provides
best-in-class analog capability for measurement
and control.
◆ Up to 54 general purpose I/Os are offered to
be used as ADC voltage measurement inputs,
capacitive touch-sense inputs and/or digital communications I/Os.
◆ A calibrated two percent oscillator with guaranteed
accuracy over the full MCU voltage supply and
temperature range eliminates the need for an
external crystal.
Silicon Labs offers a full suite of industry-leading
tools to help speed design and accelerate market entry
with the C8051F7xx. A complete, low-cost professional development kit includes everything required
to immediately begin system design including IDE,
target board, cables and power supply. A Silicon Labs
GUI is provided for easy and intuitive setup of the
capacitive touch sense peripheral to get the desired
configuration and performance in minutes. To enter
to win a free development kit for the C8051F7xx, visit
www.silabs.com/C8051F7xxgiveaway.
Technical Specs
u In-system, full-speed, non-intrusive debug interface
(on-chip)
u the C8051F7xx family offers byte-erasable EEPROM
with 100,000 write/erase cycle endurance guaranteed
for storage of frequently updated data
u Implemented SMBus/I2C, UART, and SPI serial
interfaces
u 16 kB of on-chip Flash memory
512 bytes of on-chip RAM
u On-chip Watchdog timer
On-chip Power-On Reset and Supply Monitor
AVAILABILITY
Available now in QFP64, QFP48, and QFN48 packages.
APPLICATION AREAS
Industrial Controls, Security Systems, Residential HVAC,
Home Appliances, Keyboards, Cash Machines and Fax/
Printer/Scanner Front Panels
Contact Information
Silicon Laboratories
400 W. Cesar Chavez
Austin, TX 78701
USA
877.444.3032 Toll Free
[email protected]
www.silabs.com/mcu
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Silicon Laboratories
Low Power Mixed-signal 8-bit MCUs
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Supported Operating Systems: 8051
Supported 8-bit Architectures: 8-bit, 8051
The C8051F9xx MCU family is capable of full-spec operation down to 0.9 V and up to 3.6 V, enabling single-cell
battery operation as well as dramatically increased battery life for dual-cell applications. With an integrated
dc-dc converter, the C8051F9xx has been designed
to provide a fast wake-up time, low active-mode, and
ultra-low sleep mode current consumptions.
Best-in-Class Tools
Silicon Labs delivers industry-leading tools to help
speed design and accelerate market entry. The complete, low-cost professional development kits include
everything required to immediately begin system
design including IDE, target board, cables, and power
supply. An inexpensive ToolStick Daughter Card and
Base Adapter also provide a full development environment. www.silabs.com/toolstick
Features & Benefits
◆ One-cell mode 0.9–1.8 V, two-cell mode 1.8–3.6 V.
Built-in dc-dc converter with 1.8 –3.3 V output can
supply external devices. Retains state and RAM
contents over full supply range; fast wakeup.
◆ 10-Bit ADC with up to 300 ksps, up to 15 external
inputs, external pin or internal VREF (no external
capacitor required), built-in temp sensor. Two
Comparators, low current. Up to 15 Capacitive Touch
Sense inputs
◆ High-Speed 8051 25MHz Single Cycle Core
• Pipe-lined instruction architecture; executes
70% of instructions in 1 or 2 system clocks
• 25 MIPS peak throughput with 25 MHz clock
• Expanded interrupt handler
◆ Digital Peripherals
• 16 port I/O; All 5 V tolerant with programmable
drive strength
• Hardware enhanced UART, SPI and SMBus™
serial ports available concurrently
• Low power 32-bit smaRTClock (0.5 uA) operates
down to 0.9V
◆ 4352 bytes internal data RAM (256 + 4K)
• 64 kB bytes Flash; In-system programmable in
1024-byte sectors; Full read/write/erase functionality over the entiresupply range
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
Technical Specs
u Precision internal oscillators: 24.5 MHz with ±2%
accuracy supports UART operation; spread-spectrum
mode for reduced EMI
u Ultra-Small Package
• 24-pin QFN (4x4 mm)
u Temperature Range: –40 to +85 °C
u On-chip debug circuitry facilitates full speed, nonintrusive in-system debug (no emulator required)
AVAILABILITY
Available Now in QFN35, QFN24, LQFP32 packages
APPLICATION AREAS
Portable Personal Medical Products, Remote Controls,
Portable Audio, Consumer Electronics, Wireless Sensors
and Security, Wireless Meter Reading, Industrial Monitoring and Control
Contact Information
Silicon Laboratories
400 W Cesar Chavez
Austin, TX 78701
USA
(877) 444-3032 Toll Free
[email protected]
www.silabs.com/mcu
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USB 8-bit MCUs
Supported Operating Systems: 8051
Supported 8-bit Architectures: 8-bit, 8051
The C8051F3xx USB MCU family includes a USB 2.0
function controller with an integrated transceiver and
on-chip clock recovery. No external resistors, crystal,
voltage regulator, EEPROM or other components are
required. On-chip resources include a high-speed 8051
CPU with up to 64 kB Flash, UARTs, I2C, SPI, timers,
counters and PWM generators. On-chip analog features include a multi-channel 10-bit ADC, precision
voltage reference, internal oscillator, comparators
and a temperature sensor.
Features & Benefits
◆ A single-chip solution for embedded USB applications
◆ 10-bit ADCs with programmable throughput up to
200 ksps, ±1 LSB INL with no missing codes
◆ ADCs also feature up to 17 external inputs that can
be programmed to operate in single-ended or differential mode
◆ Other analog peripherals include two comparators,
built-in temperature sensor and internal precision
voltage reference
◆ High level of integration results in small package
sizes, saving board space and reducing overall
system cost
Silicon Laboratories’ development kits include
advanced debug features enabling the user to fully
develop and integrate hardware and software design.
Since the MCU has built in debug capabilities, it can be
installed into the end application. This development
system is not encumbered with sockets, target cables
or “ICE Chips.” The development kit supports the following debug features: Run, halt and single-step, set
hardware breakpoints, inspect/modify memory and
registers, download program memory.
Technical Specs
u USBXpress Development Software provides a
complete host and device software solution,
including Microsoft Windows device drivers
u No USB protocol or hardware expertise is
required. A simple, high-level API is used on both
the host and USB MCU to achieve high-performance USB connectivity
u USBXpress Development Software includes royalty-free, Microsoft-certified device drivers, INF
driver installation files, host API library and MCU
API library
u Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista and WinCE (4.2,
5.0 and 6.0)* are supported
AVAILABILITY
Available now in 28-pin QFN, 32-pin LQFP or 48-pin TQFP
packages.
APPLICATION AREAS
PC Peripherals, Point-of-Sale Terminals, Consumer
Medical Devices, PC-based Lab Instrumentation, USB
Modems, Game Controllers, IP Telephones, Upgrade
Legacy RS-232 to USB, Personal Navigation Devices
Contact Information
Silicon Laboratories
400 W Cesar Chavez
Austin, TX 78701
USA
(877)444-3032 Telephone
[email protected]
www.silabs.com/mcu
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Low-Cost Embedded USB
Silicon Laboratories’ extensive portfolio of USB MCUs and USB to UART Bridges
include complete, low-cost development tools and drivers to make system design
quick and easy. Software examples for real life systems are also available and include
a mass storage device, USB audio and human interface device. The USB MCUs
feature an on-board USB 2.0 function controller with an integrated transceiver that
requires no external oscillator. On-chip resources include a high-speed 8051 CPU
(up to 48 MIPS) with up to 64 kB Flash, multi-channel 10-bit ADC, voltage reference,
internal oscillator, UARTs, SMBus, SPI, timers, counters and PWM generators.
USB to UART Bridge
• Single Chip (5x5 mm)
• USB 2.0 Controller
• UART Interface
• Update RS-232 Designs
Product details: www.silabs.com/USB
MCUs
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Zilog, Inc.
Classic Z8® Microcontrollers
Supported 8-bit Architectures: Z8 ®/Z8 GP™
Targeted for high-volume applications, Zilog’s flagship discrete Classic microcontroller family combines
advanced 8-bit MCU capabilities, programming ease
and a competitive pricing structure. The classic family
is comprised of the following subfamilies – Z8 ROM/OTP,
Z8 Low Voltage, Z8 ROMless and Z8 GP Microcontrollers.
Each subfamily features Zilog’s easy-to-use register-toregister-based architecture and comes in a wide range of
memory sizes, voltage options and extended temperature ranges to fit any embedded design requirement.
The Z8 ROM and OTP devices feature up to 32 GPIO, up
to 64 KB of ROM, up to 6 vectored interrupts, two 8-bit
timers, analog comparators and various communication
interfaces (UARTs, etc.). The Z8 one-time-programmable
(OTP) devices substitutes OTP memory for ROM program
memory, simplifying development for cost-conscious
applications. They can also be seamlessly transitioned to
equivalent lower-cost ROM parts for mass production.
The Z8 low voltage devices can operate as low as 2 volts
and feature up to 32 GPIO, up to 4 KB of ROM, up to two
8-bit timers and available analog comparators.
The Z8 ROMless products feature up to 32 GPIO, up to 6
vectored interrupts, two 8-bit timers, analog comparators
and various communication interfaces (UARTs, etc.).
The Classic family also features Zilog’s Z8 GP (GeneralPurpose) series of devices, which offer up to 237 bytes of
general-purpose RAM and up to 32KB of OTP memory.
The low-voltage Z8 GP series supports voltage ranges
from 2.0 V to 3.6 V, making it perfect for low-power applications. The high-voltage series supports voltage ranges
from 2.0 V to 5.5 V.
Technical Specs
u 8Mhz to 33Mhz optimized Z8® CPU core
u Flexible I/O—I/O byte, nibble and/or bit program-
mable as inputs or outputs
u Analog Inputs—three input pins are software pro-
grammable as digital or analog inputs
u Up to six vectored interrupt sources with software
programmability
u Multiple timers on most devices, with flexible clocking
and interrupt modes for simpler software solutions
AVAILABILITY
AVAILABLE NOW. Contact your local Zilog distributor, or
visit our website at www.zilog.com to find a sales office
nearest you.
APPLICATION AREAS
Consumer Appliances, Toys, Health & Fitness, AfterMarket Automotive, Security, HVAC, and Personal
Electronic Devices.
Features & Benefits
◆ Any Register-to-Any Register architecture avoids
accumulator bottlenecks and is more code efficient than RISC processors
◆ Low-EMI Operation—Mode is programmable via
software or as a mask option
◆ Re-locatable stack, only limited in size by total
RAM space
◆ Larger RAM spaces improve ease of code generation,
cutting development time
◆ Full tool support with a range of cross assemblers,
C-Compilers, ICEBOX emulators, single and gang
OTP/EPROM programmers and software simulators
40 • Microcontrollers and Cores
Contact Information
Zilog, Inc.
6800 Santa Teresa Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95119
United States
1-866-469-4564 Toll Free
408-513-1500 Telephone
408-513-1600 Fax
[email protected]
www.zilog.com
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Supported Operating Systems: Any
Zilog, Inc.
Microcontrollers and Cores
Microcontrollers and Cores
Microcontrollers and Cores
eZ80AcclaimPlus!TM Ethernet
Flash Microcontrollers
Supported Operating Systems: Any
Supported 8-bit Architectures: Z80 ®/eZ80 ®
The eZ80AcclaimPlus!™ Ethernet Connectivity MCU is the
latest in the award-winning eZ80Acclaim!® product family
that integrates a high-performance 50 MHz Flash MCU
core with a fast 10/100 Base-T Ethernet MAC. Adding to the
existing eZ80Acclaim! feature set, the eZ80AcclaimPlus!
touts an updated embedded internet software suite (ZTP)
and an additional 10 percent system performance boost that
equates to faster program execution and smaller memory
space requirements over the current eZ80Acclaim! family.
The eZ80AcclaimPlus! Flash MCU can operate in full 24bit mode addressing 16 MB linearly WITHOUT a Memory
Management Unit (MMU). Additionally, support for the Z80®
compatible mode allows Z80®/Z180 customers to execute
legacy code within multiple 64KB memory blocks with
little modification. With an external bus supporting eZ80®,
Z80®, Intel and Motorola bus modes, designers have several
options when interfacing to external devices.
These high performance 8-bit Flash microcontrollers
also offer a rich set of serial communication peripherals
supporting legacy interfaces and are equipped with an
lrDA EnDec that facilitates wireless data transfer. The
award-winning eZ80F91 represents the world’s first 8-bit
MCU with Flash and Ethernet integration.
The family also features a line of semi-customizable,
single-board computers (SBCs) named Zdots™, offering
an on-board PHY and rich peripherals that form a unique
drop-in solution to any design. Combined with one of the
strongest tool offerings in the market, supporting a FREE
full-version ANSI C-Compiler, RTOS and TCP/IP stack
with every kit, the eZ80Acclaim!® Series is hard to beat
when it comes to overall value and design flexibility.
Technical Specs
u 50 MHz high-performance eZ80® CPU core
u 256 KB Flash Memory/4-16 KB High-Speed SRAM
u 24-Bit Addressing without a Memory Management
Unit (MMU)
u 32 GPIOs, 2 UARTs, SPI, I2C, IrDA, WDT, RTC, and
Capture/Compare/PWM
u JTAG, Low-power PLL and 32 KHz on-chip oscillator
AVAILABILITY
AVAILABLE NOW. Contact your local Zilog distributor, or
visit our website at www.zilog.com to find a sales office
nearest you.
APPLICATION AREAS
Embedded Networking, Remote Monitoring and Control,
Communications, Industrial Control, Security, Vending,
Point-of-Sale, Automation and Home Connectivity, and
IP appliances.
Features & Benefits
◆ 10/100 Mbps Ethernet with MII Interface to PHY Devices
◆ Zdots™ Single-Board Computers (SBCs)
◆ Faster program execution and smaller memory space
requirements over the current eZ80Acclaim!® family
◆ Complete Embedded Internet Software Suite w/
Flexible/Configurable TCP/IP Stack
◆ Z80 ®/Z180 Legacy Upgrade Path
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
Contact Information
Zilog, Inc.
6800 Santa Teresa Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95119
United States
1-866-469-4564 Toll Free
408-513-1500 Telephone
408-513-1600 Fax
[email protected]
www.zilog.com
Microcontrollers and Cores • 41
Zilog, Inc.
Z8 Encore!® Flash Microcontrollers
Supported 8-bit Architectures: Zilog Z8 ®/eZ8™
The Z8 Encore!® family of Flash microcontrollers is comprised of two main device series – the F0830 and F083A.
Developed around the highly-acclaimed eZ8 core, the
devices feature key peripherals that are tied together to
offer a complete solution with greater scalability, lower
overall system cost and reduced energy consumption.
Both the F0830 and F083A Series of devices share similar
features, and offer a full line of products that are selectable
by memory size, EEPROM and ADC speed. The F083A, by
contrast, extends the solution from the existing F0830 series
and adds substantial cost-to-performance improvements
for fan and motor control applications with a 2.8 ms ADC
conversion time and a 20 MHz internal precision oscillator.
Common features available to both the F0830 and F083A
devices include direct memory-to-memory arithmetic
operation, a flexible Internal Precision Oscillator (IPO) and
a best-in-class fast ADC. If your solution requires even
more precision, the F083A takes all the performance and
key peripheral features of the F0830 and adds to it a more
optimized peripheral set specifically catered to applications that require faster response times. The F083A
enhanced peripheral set enables critical motor control
loop operations, for example, that accommodate for features such as current and temperature monitoring.
Technical Specs
u Up to 8-channels, 10-bit SAR A/D Converter
u Up to 256 B of register RAM
u Fast Internal Precision Oscillator
u On-chip analog comparator
u Two 16-bit Timers with PWM Capability
The entire family of Z8 Encore! parts is supported by one
of the most comprehensive tool offerings in the market.
Each development kit provides all the necessary hardware and software tools, including a FREE full-version
ANSI C-Compiler and software sample libraries.
AVAILABILITY
Features & Benefits
APPLICATION AREAS
◆ High-Performance 20MHz eZ8® CPU Core
◆ Up to 12 KB of Flash/ROM
◆ Up to 256 B of SRAM
◆ Up to 100 B of EEPROM Capability
◆ Single-Pin, On-chip Debugger
Motor Control, Power Management, Electric Fan Control,
Sensor Interfacing, Ballast Control, Battery Charging,
Security Systems, Home Appliances, and Personal
Electronic Devices.
AVAILABLE NOW. Contact your local Zilog distributor, or
visit our website at www.zilog.com to find a sales office
nearest you.
Contact Information
Zilog, Inc.
6800 Santa Teresa Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95119
United States
1-866-469-4564 Toll Free
408-513-1500 Telephone
408-513-1600 Fax
[email protected]
www.zilog.com
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Microcontrollers and Cores
Microcontrollers and Cores
Microcontrollers and Cores
Supported Operating Systems: Any
Zilog, Inc.
Microcontrollers and Cores
Microcontrollers and Cores
Microcontrollers and Cores
Z8 Encore! XP® Flash
Microcontrollers
Supported Operating Systems: Any
Supported 8-bit Architectures: Zilog Z8 ®/eZ8™
Hailed by design engineers as one of the most flexible
architectures in the market today, Zilog has continued
its tradition by eXPanding its current Z8 Encore!® 8-bit
Microcontroller line with its Z8 Encore! XP ® family of
Flash Microcontrollers.
The Z8 Encore! XP® family provides a rich offering of Flash
memory and a broad set of on-chip peripherals. Combined
with Zilog’s modified Harvard memory-to-memory-based
architecture and one of the strongest tool offerings in the
market with a Free full-version ANSI C-Compiler, product
designers are now putting this unprecedented horsepower to use in all their embedded applications.
With up to 64KB of Flash and up to 4 KB of SRAM, the Z8
Encore! XP® MCUs provide some unique features not available in the first generation of Z8 Encore!® parts, including
an on-chip analog temperature sensor, an analog comparator and an analog transimpedance amplifier. Contributing
to this highly integrated design is also an 8-channel, 10bit A/D converter, a single-pin on-chip debugger, up to 18
interrupts and up to 25 general-purpose I/O pins.
Recently added to the Z8 Encore! XP family is Zilog’s
new F1680 – an optimized 1.8 V, low-power Flash MCU
with program RAM. The F1680 Series ties together key
peripherals to offer a perfect solution for those looking
for a device that can accommodate such features as
capacitive and resistive sensing, touch screen functionality, backlit control, panel control and temperature
compensation. Additionally, the F1680 Series incorporates a best-in-class feature set that is optimized for
steppermotor/microstepping control.
Technical Specs
u Internal Precision Oscillator
u Analog Comparator
u UARTs, SPI and I2C
u Transimpedance (Current Sense) Amplifier
u Up to 128 B of EEPROM capability
AVAILABILITY
AVAILABLE NOW. Contact your local Zilog distributor, or
visit our website at www.zilog.com to find a sales office
nearest you.
APPLICATION AREAS
Motor Control, Power Management, Intelligent Cooling,
Battery Charging, Security Systems, Home Appliances,
Personal Electronic Devices, and Sensor Interfacing.
Features & Benefits
◆ 20MHz eZ8™ CPU Core
◆ On-chip Temperature Sensor
◆ 1-64 KB of Flash Memory w/ In-Circuit Programming
◆ High resolution 10-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
◆ Single-Pin, On-Chip Debugger
Contact Information
Zilog, Inc.
6800 Santa Teresa Blvd.
San Jose, CA 95119
United States
1-866-469-4564 Toll Free
408-513-1500 Telephone
408-513-1600 Fax
[email protected]
www.zilog.com
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
Microcontrollers and Cores • 43
Microchip Technology Inc.
PICkit™ 3 Debug Express Kit
Supported 8-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
The PICkit 3 Debug Express works with 8- and 16bit PIC ® microcontrollers (MCUs) and dsPIC ® Digital
Signal Controllers (DSCs), and is expected to support
32-bit PIC MCUs at a later date. Support for new PIC
MCUs and DSCs, as well as the PIC32 MCUs, will be
available as free firmware upgrades in future releases
of the MPLAB ® IDE.
The PICkit 3 Debug Express Kit makes it easy to explore
the world of embedded control and to learn quickly,
using the free MPLAB Integrated Development Environment. Connected to and powered by any personal
computer via USB, the plug-and-play kit provides
in-circuit debugging functions such as halt, single
step, breakpoint on data or address, and a stopwatch
for measuring target application performance. It can
supply target power to the 44-pin demo board, hence
no external power is required.
Additionally, with a 6-pin In-Circuit Serial Programming™ connector similar to that on the PICkit 2 Debug
Express, the PICkit 3 probe is compatible with PICkit 2
demo kits and with Microchip’s MPLAB ICD 2 and 3compatible demonstration/evaluation kits using an
optional RJ-11 to ICSP adapter (Part # AC164110).
Features & Benefits
◆ PICkit 3 debugger and programmer probe
◆ A 44-pin demo board populated with a
PIC18F45K20 MCU
◆ Free version of the MPLAB C Compiler for PIC18
MCUs
◆ Easy-to-understand lessons and tutorials
◆ Host of other software utilities, examples with source
code and full documentation
AVAILABILITY
Now. For further information, contact any Microchip sales
representative or authorized worldwide distributor, or
visit Microchip’s Web site at http://www.microchip.com.
Note: The Microchip name and logo, dsPIC, MPLAB and PIC are registered
trademarks of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U.S.A. and other
countries. ICSP and PICkit are trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. in
the U.S.A. and other countries. All other trademarks mentioned herein are
the property of their respective companies.
Contact Information
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
44 • Hardware / Hardware Tools
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Development Boards / Kits
Development Boards / Kits
The PICkit™ 3 Debug Express Kit (Part # DV164131)
provides higher performance for Microchip’s most
popular low-cost development platform. Overcoming
the cost and complexity barriers to enter the world of
code development and embedded programming, the
kit is priced at just $69.99.
Microchip Technology Inc.
MPLAB® ICD 3 In-Circuit Debugger
Supported 8-bit Architectures: PIC® Microcontrollers
As escalating microcontroller speeds quickly outpace
traditional in-circuit emulating capabilities, the MPLAB
ICD 3 in-circuit debugger is designed to fill the need
among embedded systems designers for premium
performance. Flash MCU programming times are
15x or faster than the current generation. Improved
speeds and features allow the design and debugging
process to proceed quickly and efficiently.
Features & Benefits
◆ Up to 1,000 software breakpoints
◆ 2 to 5.5 volt operation; 100 mA of target power
support
Maintaining backward compatibility with Microchip’s
RJ-11 interface, the MPLAB ICD 3 can easily connect
to target boards for quick device programming. Further, by integrating this new tool with the free and
feature-rich MPLAB IDE, Microchip provides design
engineers with a familiar development environment.
This integration also serves to shorten the learning
curve as customers move up or down the 500-strong
PIC MCU and dsPIC DSC devices to find the best
device for their application.
◆ A ruggedized target interface for increased protec-
tion from over-voltage and over-current
◆ Internal memory for program storage
◆ Shipped with Test Interface Module, RJ-11 and USB
2.0 cables, CD containing the MPLAB IDE and full
documentation and a Reference poster.
AVAILABILITY
Debuggers / Simulators
Debuggers / Simulators
The MPLAB ® ICD 3 is a cost-effective, high-speed
development tool that supports in-circuit programming and debugging of Microchip’s Flash-based 8-bit
PIC ® microcontrollers (MCUs), and its entire line of
16- and 32-bit MCUs and 16-bit dsPIC ® Digital Signal
Controllers (DSCs). With robust system capabilities
and high-speed circuitry, the MPLAB ICD 3 offers full
compatibility with the MPLAB Integrated Development Environment (IDE), exceptional programming
speed and reliability.
Now. For further information, contact any Microchip sales
representative or authorized worldwide distributor, or
visit Microchip’s Web site at http://www.microchip.com.
Note: The Microchip name and logo, dsPIC, MPLAB and PIC are registered
trademarks of Microchip Technology Incorporated in the U.S.A. and other
countries. ICSP and PICkit are trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc. in
the U.S.A. and other countries. All other trademarks mentioned herein are
the property of their respective companies.
Contact Information
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85224
USA
888-MCU-MCHP Toll Free
480-792-7200 Telephone
480-792-7277 Fax
[email protected]
www.microchip.com
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
Software / Tools • 45
IAR Embedded
IAR Embedded Workbench
V7.50 for 8051
Supported 8-bit Architectures: All chips with 8051, 8052 and
some extended architectures
IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 provides extensive
support for a wide range of 8051 devices and generates
very compact and efficient code. Ready-made example
projects and built-in plug-ins to various hardware debug
systems are included in standard edition.
Highlights in version 7.50
- New and improved hardware debugging support
- New device support
- Multi-file compilation
- Build integration with IAR visualSTATE
◆ Integrated development environment with project
management tools and editor
◆ Highly optimizing 8051 compiler supporting C
and C++
◆ Configuration files for 8051 devices from different
manufacturers
◆ Run-time libraries with complete source code
◆ Relocating 8051 assembler
◆ Linker and librarian tools
◆ C-SPY debugger with 8051 simulator and support for
RTOS-aware debugging on hardware
◆ ROM-monitor and JTAG drivers as well as source
code and project for creating your own ROMmonitor driver
◆ Example projects for 8051 and code templates
◆ User and reference guides, both printed and in
PDF format
◆ Context-sensitive online help
u Support for DATA, IDATA, XDATA, PDATA and BDATA
u Support for multiple DPTR in compiler and libraries
u Bitwise addressing for SFRs
u Possibility to use up to 32 virtual registers
u Configurable IAR ROM-monitor for the NXP LPC935
and TI MSC1211
u Analog Devices ROM-monitor for the Analog Devices
ADu83x, ADu84x and ADE7169F16 devices
u Chipcon JTAG interface for the Chipcon CC2430 SoC
ZigBee development kit
u Infineon Debug Access Server (DAS) for the Infineon
XC8xx device family
u Manley Electronics ME52HU emulator
u Silicon Laboratories USB and serial (EC2) JTAG
adapters
u A generic IAR ROM-monitor project template is
included for configuration of additional 8051 boards
and kits
Contact Information
IAR Systems Software, Inc.
http://www.iar.com
650-287-4250 Tel
650-287-4253 Fax
Foster City, CA USA
46 • Software / Tools
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Development Tools
Development Tools
Features & Benefits
Technical Specs
Integrated Development Environment
We continuously add hardware debugging support for
new devices—please contact IAR Systems to find out
whether your new device is already supported or when it
will become available.
IAR Embedded
IAR KickStart Kit for SL-F34X
Supported 8-bit Architectures: All chips with 8051, 8052 and
some extended architectures
IAR KickStart Kit for SL-F34X contains all the necessary hardware and software and allows you to design,
develop, integrate and test your applications:
• C8051F340 development board from Silicon
Laboratories
• IAR visualSTATE evaluation edition
• IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 4K limited
edition
• IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 example
applications made for the evaluation board
The C8051F34x Development Kit includes a target
board with a C8051F340 device pre-installed for
evaluation and preliminary software development.
Numerous input/output (I/O) connections are provided
to facilitate prototyping.
IAR visualSTATE
State machine design, test and implementation tools
IAR visualSTATE is a set of highly sophisticated and
easy-to-use development tools for designing, testing
and implementing embedded applications based on
state machines.
It provides advanced verification and validation utilities
and generates very compact C/C++ code that is 100%
consistent with your system design. In addition, the
new and revolutionizing integration with IAR Embedded
Workbench, a fully integrated C/C++ compiler and
debugger toolset, enables true state machine debugging
on hardware—get direct graphical feedback on various
levels of detail.
Highlights in version 6.2
• Possibility to exclude design regions from
code generation
• Verificator enhancements
• Readable code MISRA C 2004 updates
• Comprehensive example code index
• Updated user guides
Features & Benefits
◆ Completely integrated development environment
including a graphical designer, test tools, a code
generator, and a documentation facility.
◆ Graphical state machine design based on the Unified
Modeling Language (UML) state machine subset
◆ Formal verification of the design model to find
unwanted properties in the design, like dead-ends or
unreachable states etc.
◆ Test and validation tools to ensure at an early stage
of design that the application behaves as expected,
even before the hardware exists.
◆ Automatic code generation providing very compact
C/C++ code, 100% compliant with the design.
◆ Automatic documentation generation with comprehensive information.
◆ Tightly integrated with IAR Embedded Workbench,
ready-made project examples for various microcontrollers and evaluation boards.
Integrated Development Environment
Development Tools
Integrated Development Environment
Features of the C8051D340 evaluation board from
Silicon Laboratories
Contact Information
IAR Systems Software, Inc.
http://www.iar.com
650-287-4250 Tel
650-287-4253 Fax
Foster City, CA USA
www.eecatalog.com/8bit
Software / Tools • 47
Fidus Systems Inc.
Electronic Design Services
Fidus Systems Inc. specializes in high speed electronic
product development with extensive experience in
turnkey product development and technology knowledge
in System Design, Architecture, Wireless, Signal Integrity,
Hardware, PCB layout, FPGA/ASIC, Software and
Mechanical Design. Fidus develops electronic products
for a wide range of industries including aerospace,
defence, consumer, medical, industrial, semiconductors
and telecommunications.
As a trusted design partner, Fidus offers customers
greater flexibility and capability in their product
development with access to the expertise, process and
tools to successfully move their concepts to revenuegenerating products. Fidus has delivered more than
700 products and projects for 140 customers across
North America. For more information, please visit
www.fidus.com.
Technical Specs
◆ Turnkey Product Design
◆ Electronic Design Consulting
◆ System Architecture
◆ PCB Layout and Signal Integrity
Contact Information
Fidus Systems Inc.
Suite 203
900 Morrison Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K2H 8K7
CANADA
1 866 883 4387 Toll Free
1 613 828 0063 Telephone
1 613 828 3113 Fax
[email protected]
www.fidus.com
• IDEs with C compilers, Simulators, JTAG, On-Chip and In-Circuit Emulators
• Device Programmers for Parallel (In-Socket) and In-System Programming
For 8-, 16- and 32-bit microcontrollers from Atmel, Freescale, Infineon, Maxim/Dallas, Microchip,
Micronas, NXP, Sensory, SST, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Winbond, Zilog and others.
Contact Information
Phyton, Inc. Microsystems and Development Tools
7206 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, New York, 11204
Tel. 718-259-3191; www.phyton.com
48 • Services
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Design Services
Design Services
Phyton Development Tools and Device Programmers
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