Development Kit Supports 8051 Flash MCU With On-Chip PLD

Aug. 23, 2004
The use of development kits can minimize startup time. The DK3300 development kit includes the MCU, USB JTAG debugger, and Raisonance Rkit Development Suite plus an evaluation version of Keil's µVision2 integrated development environment. The...

The use of development kits can minimize startup time. The DK3300 development kit includes the MCU, USB JTAG debugger, and Raisonance Rkit Development Suite plus an evaluation version of Keil's µVision2 integrated development environment. The 8051-based MCU is a 40-MHz µPSD3300 also from STMicroelectronics. It incorporates a 16-macrocell programmable logic device (PLD), a dual-bank 288-kbyte flash memory, a 10-bit analog-to-digital converter, I2C, a serial peripheral interface, UARTs (x2), and IrDA support. The DK3300 goes for $199.

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