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Microchip integrates wireless transmitter with MCU

11/28/2011 09:56 PM EST
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Denis.Boyer
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Denis.Boyer   11/30/2011 3:31:56 PM
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Because the Keeloq(tm) firmware was developped for the 8-bit MCU's, because the application domain is better served with light programming beit assembly and C, and most probably because the internal logic interface is already existant in the silicon layout of that family of MCU by Microchip.

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alejo88   11/30/2011 1:50:24 PM
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WTF? Why do they put a 8 bit microcontroller to compute up to 100 Kbps of data?... why not 32 bits?...

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_hm   11/30/2011 1:30:25 AM
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Is it possilbe to get this type of uC integrated with 12 bit ADC and 0 bit DACs?

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