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Has anyone worked with the rfPIC family?

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PlatinumT

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Do they work like the regular PIC's?

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Hello, PlatinumT.

Re. your inquiry, it work like the regular PICs.
Microchip have some products, like MCU, RF and Memory etc.
Among them, they merge two devices PIC-MCU and RFID into one package. Actually rfPIC12C509AG/AF use the same core of PIC12C509xx.
So you can use them with same manner for regular PIC12C509.

For more details, pls check below Microchip's anouncemnet.
http://www.microchip.com/1010/edit/proceed/archive/9_321/index.htm
http://www.microchip.com/1010/pline/frequency/rfcats/rfpic/index.htm

I hope to be a help.
Good luck.
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I have three rfPIC12F675F and the corresponding receivers.
I plan to test them but I haven't bought the components yet.
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are these rfPIC device like a "radio on chip", do they require any external components or special voltage requirements, etc?

- Jayson
 

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