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查询BR101/D供应商BR101/DREV 28TechnicalandApplicationsLiteratureSelector Guide and Cross ReferencesEffective Date 1st Half 1998Semiconductor Products Sector

TechnicalandApplicationsLiteratureSelector Guideand Cross References

ALExIS, Buffalo, Bullet-Proof, BurstRAM, CDA, CMTL, Ceff-PGA, Customer Defined Array, DECAL, Designerís, DIMMIC,DSPRAM, ECLinPS, ECLinPS LITE, ECL300, E-FETs, EpiBase, Epicap, FIRsT, GEL-PAK, GEMFET, GlobalOptoisolator,GreenLine, HDC, HDTMOS, H4C Series, H4C Plus, HYPERformance, ICePAK, L2TMOS, MAACPAC, MCML, MDTL, MECL,MECL 10K, MECL 10H, MECL III, MEGAHERTZ, MCCS, Media Engine, Memorist, MHTL, MicroCool, MicroSIMM, MiniMOS,MONOMAX, MOSAIC I, MOSAIC II, MOSAIC III, MOSAIC IV, MOSAIC V, MOSFET, Mosorb, MRTL, MTTL, Multi-Pak,MUSCLE, Mustang, µSIMM, OACS, OnCE, PHACT, Predix, PowerBase, POWER OPTO, POWERTAP, PRISMCard, QUIL,Rail-To-Rail, SCANSWITCH, SENSEFET, Senseon, SLEEPMODE, SMALLBLOCK, SMARTDISCRETES, SMARTMOS,SMARTswitch, SORF, Surmetic, SWITCHMODE, Symmetric Superscalar, TestPAS, Thermopad, Thermopad II, Thermowatt,TMOS V, Unibloc, UNIT/PAK, VeComP, X-ducer, Z-Switch and ZIP R TRIM are trademarks of Motorola, Inc.C-QUAM, MOSAIC and TMOS are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc.Apollo is a registered trademark of Hewlett Packard Inc.AutoLogic, NetEd, QuickSim II, QuickPath and Falcon Framework are trademarks of Mentor Graphics Corp.Concept, Gate Ensemble, Verilog-XL, Veritime and Dracula are trademarks of Cadence Design Systems, Inc.Daisy is a trademark of Daisy Systems Corporation.DDCMP and VAX are trademarks of Digital Equipment Corporation.Design Compiler, HDL Compiler, Test Compiler and DesignWave are trademarks of Synopsys, Inc.Echelon, LON, LonWorks and Neuron are registered trademarks of Echelon Corporation.ETHERNET is a trademark of Xerox Corporation.FACT and FAST are trademarks of National Semiconductor Corporation.FIDE is a trademark of Aptronix.GED is a trademark of Valid Logic Systems Inc.HP/Apollo is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Inc.i486 and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation.InterTools is a trademark of Intermetrics, Inc.IBM, IBM PC, PowerPC and SDLC are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.Isotop is a trademark of SGS-Thomson Microelectronics.LonBuilder and LonTalk are trademarks of Echelon Corporation.Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.Mentor Graphics is a trademark of Mentor Graphics Corporation.Micro8 is a trademark of International Rectifier.MOTIVE is a registered trademark of Quad Design.NeXT is a trademark of NeXT Computer, Inc.ROM68K and SmartROM are trademarks of Integrated Systems, Inc.SPARC is a trademark of SPARC International, Inc.Sun-4 is a trademarks of Sun Microsystems Inc.Thermal Clad is a trademark of the Bergquist Company.UNIX is a registered trademark of X/Open Company, Ltd.All brand names and product names appearing in this document are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective holders.2

ContentsIntroduction . 5Ordering Information . 7Applications Documents . 9Index . 10Device Cross Reference . 11Literature Selector Guide . 31Alphanumeric List . 69Data Books . 83Selector Guides . 89User’s Manuals . 99Technical Data Services . 121Index to Books, Guides and User's Manuals . 123 Motorola, Inc. 1998.All Rights Reserved3

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IntroductionTo complement the industry’s broadest line of semiconductor products, Motorola offers a completelibrary of Data Books which detail the electrical characteristics of its products. These documents aresupplemented by User’s Manuals and Application Notes describing the capabilities of the products incircuit and system design.Motorola attempts to fill the need for applications information concerning today’s highly complexelectronic components. Each year dozens of authors from colleges and universities, and from theindustry, add their individual contributions to the collective literature. From these, Motorola hasselected a number of texts which add substantially to the comprehension and applications of some ofthe more complex products. By buying these in large quantities and providing them to customers atlower than retail cost, Motorola hopes to foster a more comprehensive acquaintance with theseproducts at greatly reduced prices.All literature items can be obtained by mail from the Literature Distribution Center. In addition, Mfaxoffers access to over 30,000 Motorola documents for faxing to customers worldwide, and MotorolaSPS’s Electronic Data Delivery organization has set up a World Wide Web Server to deliver MotorolaSPS’s technical data to the global Internet community.This document combines into one convenient publication the information that used to be provided byBR101/D: Technical Literature and Information Guide and BR135/D: Applications and Product Literature.Our Goal: Total Customer Satisfaction5

MfaxTM — Touch-Tone FaxMfax offers access to over 30,000 Motorola documents for faxing to customers worldwide. With menus andvoice instruction, customers can request the documents needed, using their own touch-tone telephones fromany location, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. A number of features are offered within the Mfax system,including product data sheets, application notes, engineering bulletins, article reprints, selector guides, LiteratureOrder Forms, Technical Training Information, and HOT DOCS (4-digit code identifiers for currently referencedpromotional or advertising material).A fax of complete, easy-to-use instructions can be obtained with a first-time phone call into the system,entering your FAX number and then, pressing 1.How to reach us:MfaxTM: [email protected] – TOUCH-TONE 1-602-244-6609Motorola Fax Back System– US and Canada ONLY 1-800-774-1848– http://motorola.com/mfax/Motorola SPS World Marketing Internet ServerMotorola SPS’s Electronic Data Delivery organization has set up a World Wide Web Server to deliver MotorolaSPS’s technical data to the global Internet community. Technical data such as the complete Master SelectionGuide along with the OEM North American price book are available on the Internet server with full searchcapabilities. Other data on the server include abstracts of data books, application notes, selector guides, andtextbooks. All have easy text search capability. Ordering literature from the Literature Distribution Center isavailable on line. Other features of Motorola SPS’s Internet server include the availability of a searchablepress release database, technical training information, with on-line registration capabilities, complete on-lineaccess to the Mfax system for ordering faxes, an on-line technical support form to send technical questionsand receive answers through email, information on product groups, full search capabilities of device models,a listing of the Domestic and International sales offices, and links directly to other Motorola WWW servers.How to reach us:After accessing the Internet, use the following URL: http://motorola.com/sps6

Ordering InformationAn Order Form is no longer included in this document. Telephone or fax yournearest Distribution Center to place an order. Also, remember that orders canbe placed through our Mfax system, or on the World Wide Web – for furtherdetails see the information on the left hand page.Literature CentersHow to reach us:USA/EUROPE/locations not listed:Motorola Literature DistributionP.O. Box 5405Denver, Colorado 80217Phone: 1-800-441-2447 or 1-303-675-2140Fax: 1-303-675-2150JAPAN:Nippon Motorola Ltd.SPD, Strategic Planning Office141, 4-32-1, Nishi-GotandaShinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan.Phone: 03-5487-8488ASIA/PACIFIC:Motorola Semiconductors H.K. Ltd.8B Tai Ping Industrial Park51 Ting Kok RoadTai Po, N.T., Hong Kong.Phone: 852-266292987

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Applications DocumentsIntroductionMotorola’s Applications Literature provides guidance to the effectiveuse of its semiconductor families across a broad range of practicalapplications. Many different topics are discussed – in a way that isnot possible in a device data sheet – from detailed circuit designscomplete with PCB layouts, through matters to consider whenembarking on a design, to complete overviews of a microprocessor family and its design philosophy.Information is presented in the form of Application Notes andArticle Reprints (originally published1 in the electronics press),plus detailed Engineering Bulletins, Benchbriefs2, Design Concepts and APRs3. This section provides a guide to these items; itincludes a Selector Guide listing documents under subject ordevice-type headings, and a Device Cross Reference listing themby featured devices. Documents new to this issue are highlighted.The Application Notes, Article Reprints, Engineering Bulletins,and Design Concepts are included to enhance the user's knowledge and understanding of Motorola’s products. However, beforeattempting to design-in a device referenced in these documents,contact the local Motorola supplier for product availability and123TMArticle Reprints arereproduced with thepermission of theoriginal publisher.available application support.A Benchbrief is anEngineering Bulletinproduced by MotorolaAsia-Pacific Group.includes cross references to a selection from Motorola’s extensiveAPRs are applicationsdocuments relatingspecifically to DigitalSignal Processing.All trademarks arerecognized.Each section of the Applications Literature Selector Guide alsorange of Data Books, Brochures, Technical Bulletins and SelectorGuides which may provide further relevant information.Information in this document is given in good faith and no liabilityis accepted for errors or omissions. Includes literature availableas of December 1, 1997.9

ApplicationsDocumentsIndexDevice Cross Reference .Applications Literature Selector GuideA/D and D/A Conversion .ASICs (Application Specific ICs) .Audio Amplifiers and Systems .Automotive Applications .Computer Systems .Digital Signal Processing .FETs and Power MOSFETs .Instrumentation and Control .Interfacing .LogicCMOS .ECL .TTL .Memory .Microprocessors8-bit MPU/MCU .16-bit MPU/MCU .32-bit MPU/MCU .8-bit Peripherals .16/32-bit Peripherals .PowerPC .Motor & Lighting Control .Mounting Techniques & Surface Mount .Multimedia .Networking .Optoelectronics .Phase-Locked Loop .PowerPower Supplies & Voltage Regulators .Power Device Characteristics .Protection & Thermal Considerations .Pressure, Acceleration and Gas Sensors .Quality and Reliability .Radio Applications .RF .Small Signal Transistors & Diodes .Smart Card/Conditional Access .Software & Programming .Telecommunications .Thyristors and Triacs .TV and Video .Unijunction .All Products and Application Areas .Alphanumeric Index 4555656575859606061626363656767686869

ApplicationsDocumentsDeviceCrossReferenceThis quick-reference list indicates where specific components arefeatured in Application Notes, Article Reprints, Engineering Bulletinsand Design 1A/DAN781A/DAN1577/DARE402/DEB407/DVery Wide Input Voltage Range, Off-line Flyback Switching Power SupplyUnijunction Transistor Timers and OscillatorsUnijunction Transistor Timers and OscillatorsUnijunction Transistor Timers and OscillatorsSensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t Forget the Gate-Cathode ResistorUltra-Rapid Nickel-Cadmium Battery ChargerSpeeding up Horizontal OutputsSensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t Forget the Gate-Cathode ResistorA 60 Watt 225-400MHz Amplifier – 2N6439100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband Low 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband Low ADS302 Monitor for ISDN DevelopmentRevised Data-Interface StandardsRevised Data-Interface StandardsMotorola’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent ConvertersThe Electronic Control of Fluorescent TubesBasic Halogen 03/DAN1249/DElectronic Lamp Ballast DesignMotorola’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent ConvertersThe Electronic Control of Fluorescent LampsThe Electronic Control of Fluorescent TubesBasic Halogen ConverterMotorola’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent ConvertersBasic Halogen ConverterBasic Halogen ConverterBasic Halogen ConverterMechanical and Thermal Considerations in Using RF Linear Hybrid AmplifiersCPU16 and the Configurable Timer Module (CTM) in Engine ControlTransporting M68HC11 Code to M68HC16 DevicesUsing the Table Interpolation Features of the CPU32A Hybrid Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsElectrical Characteristics of the CR2424 and CR2425 CRT Driver Hybrid A Hybrid Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsElectrical Characteristics of the CR2424 and CR2425 CRT Driver Hybrid Using the CR3424 for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsBrushed DC Motor Control Using the 6CPU32CR2424CR2425CR3424DEVB10311

Device Cross ReferenceDEVB103 * 4/DAPR10/DAN1500/DAN1521/DAN1514/DAN1522/D* indicates a new documentInterfacing Microcomputers to Fractional Horsepower MotorsSoftware for an 8-bit Microcontroller Based Brushed DC Motor DriveAn Evaluation System for Direct Interface of the MPX5100 Pressure Sensor Integrated Sensor Simplifies Bar Graph Pressure GaugeCompensated Sensor Bar Graph Pressure GaugeHigh-Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On-Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETsDesign Considerations for a Low Voltage N-Channel H-Bridge Motor DriveAn Evaluation System Interfacing the MPX2000 Series Pressure Sensors to Frequency Output Conversion for MPX2000 Series Pressure SensorsA Simple Sensor Interface AmplifierCarbon Monoxide Sensor Evaluation BoardDMA08 Systems CompatibilitiesPrinciples of Sigma-Delta Modulation for Analog-to-Digital ConvertersDSP96002 Interface Techniques and ExamplesSoftware UART on the DSP56L811 Using GPIO Port BMC68HC11 Implementation of IEEE-488 Interface for DSP56000 MonitorFractional and Integer Arithmetic Using the DSP56000 Family of General-Purpose Implementation of Fast Fourier Transforms on Motorola’s DSP56000/DSP56001 Implementation of PID Controllers on the Motorola DSP56000/DSP56001Conference Bridging in the Digital Telecomms Environment Using the Motorola Implementation of Adaptive Controllers on the Motorola DSP56000/DSP56001Digital Sine-Wave Synthesis Using the DSP56001/DSP56002Digital Stereo 10-Band Graphic Equalizer Using the DSP56001Implementation of Fast Fourier Transforms on Motorola’s DSP56000/DSP56001 Implementation of PID Controllers on the Motorola DSP56000/DSP56001Convolutional Encoding and Viterbi Decoding Using the DSP56001 with a Implementing IIR/FIR Filters with Motorola’s DSP56000/DSP56001Full-Duplex 32 kbit/s CCITT ADPCM Speech Coding on the Motorola DSP56001DSP56001 Interface Techniques and ExamplesConference Bridging in the Digital Telecomms Environment Using the Motorola Implementation of Adaptive Controllers on the Motorola DSP56000/DSP56001Interfacing MC68020 and MC68030 to DSP56001 Host PortInterface for MC68000 to DSP56001 Host PortConverting DSP56001-Based Designs to the DSP56002Dual DSP56002 Master Slave CommunicationsCalculating Timing Requirements of External SRAM for the 24-bit DSP56000 Converting DSP56001-Based Designs to the DSP56002G.722 Audio Processing on the DSP56100 Microprocessor FamilyMinimal Logic DRAM Interface for the DSP56156DSP5630x FSRAM Module InterfacingApplication Optimization for the DSP56300/DSP56600 Digital Signal ProcessorsApplication Conversion from the DSP56100 Family to the DSP56300/600 FamiliesApplication Optimization for the DSP56300/DSP56600 Digital Signal ProcessorsApplication Conversion from the DSP56100 Family to the DSP56300/600 FamiliesNovel Digital Signal Processing Architecture with Microcontroller FeaturesImplementation of Fast Fourier Transforms on Motorola’s DSP56000/DSP56001 DSP96002 Interface Techniques and ExamplesIEEE Std. 1149.1 Boundary Scan for H4C ArraysHigh-Performance CMOS Interfaces for the H4CPlus Series Gate ArraysH4CPlus Series 3.3V/5V Design ConsiderationsAnalog Phase-Locked Loop for H4CPlus and M5C Series Arrays12

Device Cross 1001LT1817LT1829LT5839M5CM68FDDIADSM68HC05M68HC08* indicates a new document* AN1598/D* AN1598/D* AN1598/D* AN1598/D* AN1598/D* 6/DAN1607/DAN1702/DH124, 125, 350-352 Translator I/O SPICE Modelling KitH124, 125, 350-352 Translator I/O SPICE Modelling KitH124, 125, 350-352 Translator I/O SPICE Modelling KitH124, 125, 350-352 Translator I/O SPICE Modelling KitH124, 125, 350-352 Translator I/O SPICE Modelling KitNoise Management in Motor DrivesDensest Gate Arrays Ever from LSI Logic, MotorolaJumbo High-Density Gate Arrays Score a Round of Industry FirstsHigh-Density ASIC Family Achieves 100k-Cell ArraysITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor InterfaceBrushless DC Motor Control Using the MC68HC705MC4ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor InterfaceITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor InterfaceBrushless DC Motor Control Using the MC68HC705MC4* AN1624/DAN1606/DAN1607/D* 37 68HC708MP16 Motion Control Development BoardITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor InterfaceITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor InterfaceITC137 68HC708MP16 Motion Control Development BoardPressure Switch Design with Semiconductor Pressure SensorsUsing a Pulse Width Modulated Output with Semiconductor Pressure SensorsSimple Pressure Switches Comprise Transducers, Comparators and Op AmpsPressure Switch Design with Semiconductor Pressure SensorsSimple Pressure Switches Comprise Transducers, Comparators and Op AmpsAN1517/DAR560/D* N1219/DAN1222/DAN1227/DAN1262/DDC410/D* /DEB416/DPressure Switch Design with Semiconductor Pressure SensorsSimple Pressure Switches Comprise Transducers, Comparators and Op AmpsLow Cost 1.0A Current Source for Battery ChargersCompensated Sensor Bar Graph Pressure GaugeApplying Semiconductor Sensors to Bar Graph Pressure GaugesA High-Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsA High-Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsA High-Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsA High-Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT ApplicationsAnalog Phase-Locked Loop for H4CPlus and M5C Series ArraysGetting Started with the FDDI ADS BoardTemperature Measurement and Display Using the MC68HC05B4 and the MC14489Driving LCDs with M6805 MicroprocessorsSimple A/D for MCUs without Built-In A/D ConvertersHC05 to HC11 Code ConversionM68HC08 Integer Math RoutinesArithmetic Waveform Synthesis with the HC05/08 MCUsUsing 9346 Series Serial EEPROMs with 6805 Series MicrocontrollersSimple Real-Time Kernels for M68HC05 MicrocontrollersFuzzy Logic – A New Approach to Embedded Control SolutionsFrequently Asked Questions and Answers: M68HC05 Family MCAN ModulePASM05 to INTROL M68HC05 Assembler ConversionResetting MCUsModular Target Cables for Motorola Development SystemsHC05 to HC08 OptimizationM68HC08 Integer Math RoutinesArithmetic Waveform Synthesis with the HC05/08 MCUsModular Target Cables for Motorola Development Systems13

Device Cross 030MBR040MBRS140MBRS140T3MBRS340T3MC10E111* indicates a new documentAN427/DMC68HC11 EEPROM Error Correction Algorithms in CAN432/D128K byte Addressing with the M68HC11AN456/DUsing PCbug11 as a Diagnostic Aid for Expanded Mode M68HC11 SystemsAN458/DA Self-Test Approach for the MC68HC11A/EAN472/DSoftware SCI with Receive Buffer for the MC68HC11AN478/DHC05 to HC11 Code ConversionAN974/DMC68HC11 Floating-Point PackageAN997/DCONFIG Register Issues Concerning the M68HC11 FamilyAN1010/DMC68HC11 EEPROM Programming from a Personal ComputerAN1058/DReducing A/D Errors in Microcontroller ApplicationsAN1060/DMC68HC11 Bootstrap ModeAN1064/DUse of Stack Simplifies M68HC11 ProgrammingAN1102/DInterfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic DevicesAN1326/DBarometric Pressure Measurement Using Semiconductor Pressure SensorsANE405/DBi-Directional Data Transfer Between MC68HC11 and MC6805L3 Using SPIANE415/DMC68HC11 Implementation of IEEE-488 Interface for DSP56000 MonitorDC410/DFuzzy Logic – A New Approach to Embedded Control SolutionsEB412/DUsing Fuzzy Logic in Practical ApplicationsEB413/DResetting MCUsEB416/DModular Target Cables for Motorola Development SystemsM68HC11EVB/AN1 EVB Application Note: Special Test Mode OperationM68HC16PN01/D Transporting M68HC11 Code to M68HC16 DevicesM68HC11EVB/AN1 EVB Application Note: Special Test Mode OperationAN1284/DTransporting M68HC11 Code to M68HC12 DevicesAN1295/DDemonstration Model of fuzzyTECH Implementation on M68HC12* AN1716/DUsing M68HC12 Indexed Indirect AddressingAN461/DAn Introduction to the HC16 for HC11 UsersAN1230/DA Background Debugging Mode Driver Package for Modular MicrocontrollersAN1283/DTransporting M68HC11 Code to M68HC16 DevicesM68HC16PN01/D Transporting M68HC11 Code to M68HC16 DevicesTPUPN00/DUsing the TPU Function Library and TPU Emulation ModeAR103/DCompilation and Pascal on the New MicroprocessorsAN442/DDriving LCDs with M6805 MicroprocessorsAN478/DHC05 to HC11 Code ConversionAN1055/DM6805 16-bit Support MacrosAN1200/DConfiguring the M68300 Family Time Processing Unit (TPU)AN1230/DA Background Debugging Mode Driver Package for Modular MicrocontrollersEB414/DLow Power Write Enable Generation for M68300 Family MicroprocessorsTPUPN00/DUsing the TPU Function Library and TPU Emulation ModeTPUPN01/DQueued Output Match TPU Function (QOM)AN449/DAn MC68340 to M88000 MBUS Bus TranslatorAN1314/DAutomatic Line Voltage SelectorAN1547/DA DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous AR340/DThe Low Forward Voltage SchottkyAN1108/DDesign Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward ConverterAR340/DThe Low Forward Voltage SchottkyAN1300/DInterfacing Microcomputers to Fractional Horsepower MotorsAN1108/DDesign Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward ConverterAN1520/DHDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel in Synchronous Rectifier ApplicationsAN1547/DA DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous AN1547/DA DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous AN1405/DECL Clock Distribution Techniques14

Device Cross Reference* indicates a new documentMC10E111 (contd.) AR519/DMC10E211AN1405/DMC10ELT2xD* H660AN1092/DLow-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?ECL Clock Distribution TechniquesECLinPS Lite Translator ELT Family SPICE I/O Model KitMC10/100H00 Translator Family I/O SPICE Modelling KitMC10/100H640 Clock Driver Family I/O SPICE Modelling KitLow-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?ECL Clock Distribution TechniquesLow-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?Low-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?Low-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?Low-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?Low-Skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best?Using SPICE to Analyze the Effects of Board Layout on System Skew when Driving High Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL 8HC05MC68HC05B16MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE)Configuring and Applying the MC54/74HC4046A Phase-Locked LoopShock and Mute Pager Applications Using AccelerometerHigh Speed DRAM Design for the 40MHz MC68EC030An 8-bit EPROM Interface for an MC68EC040/MC68360 SystemMC68F333 Flash EEPROM Programming UtilitiesAdding a Voice User Interface to M68HC05 ApplicationsProgramming the MC68HC(8)05K3’s Personality EEPROM on the MMDS and MCS3201 Floppy Disk Controller in MC68000 SystemExample Software Routines for the Message Data Link Controller Module Digital Blood Pressure MeterImpact and Tilt Measurement Using AccelerometerTemperature Measurement and Display Using the MC68HC05B4 and the MC14489MC68HC05B4 Radio 9/DAN460/DAN-HK-17/HAN488/DAN-HK-12/HAN1067/D* AN1625/DAN463/DAN465/DApplying Semiconductor Sensors to Bar Graph Pressure GaugesSerial Bootstrap for the RAM and EEPROM1 of

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