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DPRG: 68hc11 as a premium choice ?

Subject: DPRG: 68hc11 as a premium choice ?
From: Tim Johnson figurehead at why.net
Date: Thu Jul 24 20:27:37 CDT 1997

I could be using the Coldfire for a design in the not too distant
future.  I have data books if anyone is interested.

Tim Johnson

figurehead at why.net

Jim Brown wrote:

> > I just talked to a distributer Monday, about getting some Motorola
> > microcontroller books.  She told me all of the Motorola processors
> were
> > on allocation through December.
>
> another availablity problem?
>
> > I wanted to get up to speed on the 68HC11 to see what was so much
> better
> > than my favorite the 8051. :)  I also had a client who is using the
> > Motorola Coldfire processor, and I wanted to see the plusses and
> minuses
> > of that thing.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Kip
> >
>
> I have an hc11 book you can borrow if you're really hurting for it,
> but of course you can go to the motorola book distribution center at
> central & plano parkway in that Daisy Tek building and get one
> yourself.
> They also have loads of other great motorola books - bound to be one
> on
> the coldfire chip too.
>
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