Flash Data Memory in 8-Bit PIC Baseline MCUs

February 2008
Portable Design;Feb2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p45
Product Review
The article evaluates the Baseline 8-bit Flash PiC microcontrollers with non-volatile Flash Data Memory (FDM) from Microchip Technology Inc.


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