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Hex file format for 93LC46B from Microchip

Discussion in 'Misc Electronics' started by shuteng, Sep 9, 2003.

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  1. shuteng

    shuteng Guest

    Hi, I have done up a little program to program 93LC46B (1kb serial
    EEPROM) from microchip. It has an organiztion as follows: 64 (address)
    x 16 (bits).

    Now, I have a bit of touble decoding the hex files. Is it the same for
    those with an 8-bits achitecture???

    Here are the excerpts from my codes:
    _
    :10420000520001001000B50006008000000001000F |
    :10421000900050001000B5000000000001000000F8 |
    ........ |
    ........ > 16 lines
    ........ |
    :1042E00011000400140045004400110011001400E6 |
    :1042F000100045004400110051001000110044005E _|
    :00000001FF

    thanks in advance
    shuteng
     
  2. John Jardine

    John Jardine Guest

    Looks like standard Intel Hex. Same format as the Microchip 8bit stuff.
    (the key is the 7th and 8th 'record type' bytes on each line)
    regards
    john
     
  3. This might help...

    http://www.rosprombank.ru/~ig/hexforms.html

    Regards,
    Bob Monsen
     
  4. ----------------------
    That link is dead, here's my copy:

    ftp://ftp.armory.com/pub/user/rstevew/PIC/pichex01.zip

    -Steve
     
  5. Andre

    Andre Guest

    Thanks Steve :)

    -A

    #include "disclaimer.h"
     
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