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From: "Jamie Gore"
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Subject: Re: simple question?
Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2002 18:38:03 -0700
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I actually thought about an I/O board hooked up top a Maxim 68hc11 module to
Think this might be a good place to start?
Thanks for all of the help, everyone!
"Nico Coesel" wrote in message
> "Frank Bemelman" wrote:
> >"Jamie Gore" schreef in bericht
> >> Can someone kindly tell em the difference between an AVR system and any
> >> other system?
> >> I am looking for a starter kit, to play with and I have no idea where
> >> start.
> >> Atmel
> >> Xilinx
> >> Microchip
> >> Can anyone suggest a good starter kit that I can begin to program with.
> >> need something with a serial port. I was looking at the Atmel "ATSTK40
> >> STARTER KIT". Would this be a place to start?
> >> Thanks
> >You don't want FPGA kits, these are programmable logic, to 'design'
> >your own digital circuits.
> >What you want is a microcontroller kit. I would recommend a 8051
> >kit. Take a look at the starterkits from www.kanda.com
> Mmm, I don't want to start a uC war here, but the 8051 might not be
> the most ideal uC to start with. The 3 adressing spaces make things
> more difficult to understand for a beginner.
> A 68HC11 or even a PIC might be a better choice here.
> Still, programmable logic can be a lot of fun as well...
> Reply to nico@nctdevpuntnl (punt=.)
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