Simple 78K/V850/LPC2000 Programmers

In early 2005, NEC launched small pin count microcontrollers like PIC/AVR based on 78K0S architecture. The 78K architecture has a register set similar to i8085 and additional bit operation instructions. It can be saied that a stale architecture but the memory space is plain compared to PIC/AVR. There are various devices with application specific peripherals so that the 78K series has pretty big share in the market.


Source: ELM

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