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80C186-compatible 16 bit embedded HDLC microcontroller

14 August 2002 DSP, Micros & Memory

The Am186CH HDLC microcontroller is a member of AMD's Comm86 family of communications-specific microcontrollers. The device is a derivative of the Am186CC communications controller and is pin-compatible with that type.

AMD's Am186CH HDLC microcontroller is a high-performance microcontroller solution for communications applications. It is highly integrated and can enable customers to save system costs and increase performance over 8 bit microcontrollers and other 16 bit microcontrollers. The microcontroller offers the advantages of the x86 development environment's widely available native development tools, applications, and system software. Additionally, it uses the industry standard 186 instruction set that is part of AMD's E86 family, which continually offers instruction-set-compatible upgrades. Built into the Am186CH HDLC microcontroller is a wide range of communications features required in many communications applications, including high-level data link control (HDLC).

Comprehensive development support is available from AMD and its FusionE86SM partners. A customer development platform board is also offered. AMD and its FusionE86 partners also have available boards, schematics, drivers, protocol stacks, and routing software to enable fast time-to-market.

Suitable for low-voltage operation (3,3 V ±0,3 V) and commercial and industrial temperatures, it comes in 160-pin PQFP at 25, 40, and 50 MHz operating frequencies.

For more information: Mutronics, 011 608 1460, mut@iafrica.com





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