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'[PIC] PIC10F got competition from Atmel'
And funny they called it ATtiny *10*... :-) :-)
Tamas Rudnai wrote:
Alan B. Pearce
> Same size but faster.
Hmm, an awful lot in a tiny chip ... but still no user accessible EEPROM. I
am looking for a chip like this but with around 8 bytes of code accessible
The main problem with the PIC10F is that it has no brown-out-reset.
This one oversight has killed several applications because of
The ATmel '10' probably has corrected that oversight.
On 4/21/09, Alan B. Pearce <stfc.ac.uk> wrote: Alan.B.Pearce
>> Same size but faster.
> Hmm, an awful lot in a tiny chip ... but still no user accessible EEPROM. I
> am looking for a chip like this but with around 8 bytes of code accessible
But will it be competitive in terms of pricing? I mean - the PIC10s
are really inexpensive.
M. Adam Davis
On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 1:18 PM, M. Adam Davis <gmail.com> wrote: stienman
> I wonder what happened to that microchip patent on microcontrollers
> with more bits than pins (am I remembering that correctly?). It may
> have taken them this long to start licensing it to Atmel, or it took
> this long for Atmel to strongarm Microchip through other patent cross
Or maybe Microchip is afraid that more patents to be invalidated
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