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Michael Karas
06/21/19 05:42
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Beaverton Or

#190957 - Porting to SiLabs is Easy
Responding to: David Smith's previous message
Over the years I have ported multiple products from older 8051's over to SiLabs parts. (In fact the first port I did was back when the company was called Cygnal.

In several ports I actually made small adapters to allow the SiLabs surface mount parts to be adapted to the original product's MCU socket so that I could do the software development (or porting existing code as necessary) with the actual product hardware before committing to the new product printed circuit board artwork.

One example of such an adaptation can be seen at the following link. In that case I used the SiLabs adaptation just for software development and debug and never did redo the PC boards of the product since at the time the customer had a huge number of MCU parts in stock.

Michael Karas

List of 7 messages in thread
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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