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Erik Malund
06/04/19 11:05
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Mt Airy, Nc
USA


 
#190955 - because
Responding to: Bert Van Den Berg's previous message
You will probably find that the SiLabs device is going to be a whole lot faster and delays with NOP's will require significant adjustment. SiLabs are likely to be more expensive because of their higher performance specifications
Any modern '51 will have less than 12 clocks/cycle. The small SiLabs chips are CHEAP.

The C2 interface that SiLabs uses means you will need a SiLabs USB Debug Adapter. SiLabs IDE will accept Intel HEX files.
true, but he will debug the port in 1/10 the time

List of 7 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Looking for a SiLabs 89LP-series-knowledgable user...      David Smith      06/02/19 12:42      
    Looking for a SiLabs 89LP-series-knowledgable user...      Jim Granville      06/02/19 23:21      
   Why SiLabs?      Bert Van Den Berg      06/03/19 11:50      
      AT89LP and/or SiLabs       Jim Granville      06/03/19 14:02      
      because      Erik Malund      06/04/19 11:05      
   start from scratch      Mahmood Elnasser      06/06/19 11:25      
   Porting to SiLabs is Easy      Michael Karas      06/21/19 05:42      

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