Sources for 8b TTL keyboards (Keytronics)
brain at jbrain.com
Sun Dec 7 18:07:33 CST 2008
Chuck Guzis wrote:
> Absolutely. Many of the tools are open-source, royalty-free, running
> on a variety of OS platforms. The chips themselves are documented to
> a fare-thee-well. For example, the ATMega8 user's manual runs to
> over 300 pages (PDF downloadable for free) and it doesn't even
> discuss the instruction set--that's in the "AVR family" manual.
As a tech junkie, I love the datasheets for the AVR uCs. I save them
local as reference works, and use them all the time. I think the PIC is
verbosely documented as well.
As someone else noted, I prefer the AVR architecture to the PIC, but
some people swear by the PIC line. THey do offer a mutlitude of
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