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2000\04\11@174920 by bdelsey

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Wanted

Smallest, cheapest PIC with UART and flash capabilities...   Development kit required as well...

Any suggestions?

Thanks
Brian

2000\04\11@181620 by Mark Willis

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The 16F84 might do you for this - there's a really cheap bunch of
programmers out there for that chip (from a 7400 + resistors/caps/diodes
ASCII programmer to others) - it doesn't have a UART per se, but
there're lots of Serial code on the list for the machine;  It's pretty
reasonable price-wise, per IC.
http://www.picnpoke.com/projects/prog.html,
http://www.picnpoke.com/projects/serial.zip.

MPLab's free, to give you an assembler etc., as are the drivers for that
programmer & several others.

(If you need more speed, the new 10MHz version or the 'F84 would be
another option.)

More info on what you need might help us help you - How many I/O pins do
you need?  A/D needed?  What resources do your need in your development
kit?  (etc.)  You can do a LOT with an F84.

 Mark

bdelsey wrote:
> Wanted
>
> Smallest, cheapest PIC with UART and flash capabilities...   Development kit required as well...
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Thanks
> Brian

2000\04\12@132906 by briang

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In-Reply-To: <01BFA3DC.8C891570@BDELSEY>

bdelsey <spam_OUTbdelseyTakeThisOuTspamMINDSPRING.COM> wrote:
> Wanted
> Smallest, cheapest PIC with UART and flash capabilities...
> Development kit required as well...
> Any suggestions?

PIC16F873 and an MPLAB-ICD for development.

Brian Gregory.
.....briangKILLspamspam@spam@cix.co.uk

2000\04\12@184206 by Tony Nixon

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Brian Gregory wrote:
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> In-Reply-To: <01BFA3DC.8C891570@BDELSEY>
>
> bdelsey <bdelseyspamKILLspamMINDSPRING.COM> wrote:
> > Wanted
> > Smallest, cheapest PIC with UART and flash capabilities...
> > Development kit required as well...
> > Any suggestions?
>
> PIC16F873 and an MPLAB-ICD for development.
>
> Brian Gregory.
> .....briangKILLspamspam.....cix.co.uk

ROMzap will be available as a kit in the next few days. It is based on a
16F873/6 and I hope it will be around the $US23.00 mark which includes
airmail postage.

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Best regards

Tony

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