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desaipa

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motorola 6800x

i need a microcontroller with RAM of >2k and >32k flash also a spi port
i want to use it for the project of web server which controller with this specification can be used
plz help me to search the controller
 

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motorola 912 series ?
 

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The DS89C450 from Dallas/Maxim would be a good choice ..
Here you can find it:
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you can use ATMEGA32, 64, 128 see below link:

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you can use MB90Fxxx (Fujitsu 16-bit)

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see MB90455 Series
 

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i think ZILOG z80 would satisfy ur request. or try motorola 6800x...
both will work fine...
 

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use avr it's great and the programmer can be built easily and connected to parallel port
 

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ATMEGAs are nice but a bit expensive for being 8-bit. The LPC2000 family from Philips offers lower cost and much more performance. One example of an implementation I found was this one from Interniche: https://www.iniche.com/arm.php?art=lpc21xx
So, if this is anything more than a single hobby implementation goint with an ARM7 is probably a good idea.

Bob
 

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use philips P89V51RD2
it has 64kb flash
1kb RAM
 

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