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Is there any microcontroller having built in I2c function

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hi

as i know that 89c51 is the most popular micro-controller, designed by ATMEL, its built in serial function is very useful, but the problem is that 89c51 didnt have a built-in I2C function, my question the that Is there any microcontroller having I2c function built in, in 80 series???

or any other of atmel in PDIP package

i m u C language , and keil software
 

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or any other of atmel in PDIP package

i m u C language , and keil software

The Atmel AVR series of microcontrollers have it. In the AVRs it's called Two Wire Interface (TWI). Some of the most popular AVRs are ATMEGA8, ATMEGA 16, ATMEGA32, ATMEGA128.

You can also implement I2C in software. You can find plenty of examples if you search on this forum and on Google.

Hope this helps.
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why not use PIC18f series thay have I2C modules present in them and u cann easily program them in C, using company provided softawre MPLAB
 

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