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SGS Thomson chips ST8XXX (what are they?)

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Sam Kaan, Dec 4, 2003.

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  1. Sam Kaan

    Sam Kaan Guest

    SGS Thomson manufactures a series of chips in the series of ST8XXX
    I have been searching the internet for some info on them but found none.
    Does anyone here knows what this series of chip, ST8XXX is used for?
    are they microcontroller or are they used for some other functions. TIA
  2. Sam Kaan wrote...
    ST8002 and ST8004 were 8-bit microprocessors. As was the ST8108,
    which appeared in an 80-page ST document published in March 1990,
    called "Introduction to ST8 family." The chips included 8-bit A/D
    inputs and 8-bit PWM D/A outputs.

    - Win

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