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Subject: Re: 8051 clock
References: <firstname.lastname@example.org> <5tAn9.email@example.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Organization: The Armory
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From: email@example.com (Richard Steven Walz)
Date: 06 Oct 2002 22:50:01 GMT
In article ,
petrus bitbyter wrote:
>"Richard Steven Walz" schreef in bericht
>> In article <5tAn9.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>> petrus bitbyter wrote:
>> >Do you really have a 8051 or is it a 8031? A 8051 is a mask rom version
>> >can only be used in a circuit that has been developed for it. Putting it
>> >another circuit will give unpredictable results, including clock failure.
>> Where did you get the SILLY idea that the 8051 didn't have a clock circuit
>> JUST LIKE the 8031?? Why do you think this??
>Read again, preferable the whole discussion and don't yell to me. If you
>still don't understand, come again. FYI, I build both 8751- and 8031 boards
>using the original data books from Intel and Philips.
I've built those up for YEARS with the SAME clock, or swapped any of that
type for any other with total impunity. What are YOU doing wrong?
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