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    Ask for help selecting the MCU development board

    by lisa-censtry ·

    Hello everyone, I am engaged in electrical professional work, and I have studied the theoretical part of 80C51 single-chip microcomputer. Now I want to study the single-chip microcomputer systematically.
    I am a little confused in the choice of development board. I don’t know the specific performance,
    I hope you can help.

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      MCU development board

      by jimmywheelerlja04 ·

      In reply to Ask for help selecting the MCU development board

      It is recommended to buy some original pins such as single-chip microcomputer (Dip package), capacitors, resistors, leds, DuPont first, pin cables, and then buy a serial cable and a bread board. Find a minimum system circuit diagram of 51 by yourself, and build a minimum system on the breadboard; try to write a small program for lighting and timer!

      There are too many functions on the board, and I won’t be able to learn it for a while. , Make a simple one first!

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      Small world. It’s been decades but

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Ask for help selecting the MCU development board

      I can’t reveal all but one of my designs that went to production used the 8051 device.

      https://www.silabs.com/development-tools/mcu/8-bit/c8051f005-development-kit looks complete, under 100USD and has the usual Keil software.

      My system was completed in 80×51 Assembly language (see https://techterms.com/definition/assembly_language ) and I see TASM for the 80×51 is still out there.

      Parting note: Frankly I would not use the classic 80C51 today as that model would be a PITA to get to market as it threw out a lot of RFI. I suggest those getting into embedded take a look at Arduini and chips/kits at MicroChip.com

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