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mrpradeep.ele
mrpradeep.ele • Sep 14, 2007

Help me select a microcontroller for my project

Hi....
I am thinking about doing project on microcontroller application. But I could not realize which uC is good one for my project.. whether it will be 8051 or 68HC11 or PIC.
Can anybody inform me what are the differences between these?
Thank you.
xheavenlyx
xheavenlyx • Sep 14, 2007
Re: Microcontroller

Google jindabad!!!!!!!!11

Go to each makers website and read, compare YOUR requirements and choose accordingly. You did not EVEN mention what your project is about!
Re: Microcontroller

Well, it is best of you'd tell us what your project is 😉

xheavenlyx, "jindabad"? 😕
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Sep 14, 2007
Re: Microcontroller

ash
Well, it is best of you'd tell us what your project is 😉

xheavenlyx, "jindabad"? 😕
He's a maverick in the system. 😁

Yep, please provide details about your project. I'm thinking of a template ( ehh 😔 ) for submitting requests or posting questions 😉

-The Big K-
xheavenlyx
xheavenlyx • Sep 15, 2007
Re: Microcontroller

Biggie we had been asking for a template for a long time now. If not voicing our openions you can get the vibes!! 😀

If you ask, I could make one, and others can improve it. Or if you wanna make it, its your choice, you are like the manager 😀

And Jindabad, is for Google, meaning in literal translation "Long live". I.E:

Google Jinda-abad: google-google; Jinda-Live; Abad-Forever.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Sep 17, 2007
Re: Microcontroller

xheavenlyx
Biggie we had been asking for a template for a long time now. If not voicing our openions you can get the vibes!! 😀

If you ask, I could make one, and others can improve it. Or if you wanna make it, its your choice, you are like the manager 😀

And Jindabad, is for Google, meaning in literal translation "Long live". I.E:

Google Jinda-abad: google-google; Jinda-Live; Abad-Forever.
Don't call me 'Manager' 😔

You see, I've a role to play on CE so that CE continues to live. 😀 It does not make a difference who makes the template.

Please do the honor!

-The Big K-
Re: Microcontroller

Hope the template is working out well! 😉

Since we are talking about Microcontrollers here (and while we wait for pradeep to reply), have any of you ordered samples from semiconductor companies? My samples from Microchip just arrived yesterday. Can't wait to test them!
xheavenlyx
xheavenlyx • Sep 20, 2007
Re: Microcontroller

Here I have completed the Guide to asking Q. Any comments welcome there.

https://www.crazyengineers.com/forum/showthread.php?p=7609#post7609
T-catTomorrow
T-catTomorrow • Jul 10, 2008
Re: Microcontroller

Look at all the microcontroller vendors,for their selection guides, and more importantly their application notes/reference designs. If they have reference designs close to your application, that can help get you started.

has courses, white papers, and reference designs, all for free. Check out the free online course. There are some tips for selecting a microcontroller on there.
Freelancers.SE
Freelancers.SE • Mar 17, 2009
Re: Microcontroller

HI , talking about the Microcontroller or micropross u need at list a kit that mean tester , to test your application beford and how to see how you communicat with one of them , you are talking about motorolla hc11 i think personaly its wonderfull piece but it cost for making a project if you compare it to pic 16f .
leon20008
leon20008 • Mar 20, 2009
How to choose a MicroController

This must be of some help 😀
rushi53
rushi53 • Aug 20, 2009
mrpradeep.ele
Hi....
I am thinking about doing project on microcontroller application. But I could not realize which uC is good one for my project.. whether it will be 8051 or 68HC11 or PIC.
Can anybody inform me what are the differences between these?
Thank you.

For beginners, 8051 is good
later on u can switch to other options



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Thanks,
Rushikesh
Projects of 8051 - AVR, Microcontroller projects - Electronics projects
saurabh2486
saurabh2486 • Aug 21, 2009
u can also use 8951 but i guess its almost similar to 8951 hahahaha

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