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DCD's D68HC11 – HC11 legacy with all peripherals

6/4/2013 01:44 PM EDT
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tomeq
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tomeq   6/6/2013 7:16:43 AM
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Maybe it wouldn't be so hard to understand, if we look at official data. Statistics showed 8-bit MCUs are still selling, where volumes are still up compared to last year (6% yoy) http://www.eetimes.com/design/microcontroller-mcu/4413015/MCU-market-turns-to-32-bits-and-ARM

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vapats   6/4/2013 11:22:13 PM
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An HC11, forsooth! Hard to understand a market for this, but then I don't understand why people keep on using 8051s, either... :-)

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Mike.Murphree   6/4/2013 5:45:35 PM
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I have used this core in the past with good success however finding an economical development environment can be difficult for a product no longer in general manufacture.

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