High-performance 8-bit microprocessor.
The Rabbit 2000 is ideal for systems that require a low-cost microprocessor with extensive software capability, offering an alternative to 16- and 32-bit processors. On-chip peripherals include 4 serial ports, glueless memory and I/O interface, remote cold boot, on-board slave port, 40 parallel I/O lines, 7 different timers, precision pulse generation hardware, and a battery backable time/date clock. The Rabbit 2000 does not require an in-circuit emulator. It can handle C-language applications of up to one megabyte, or 50,000+C statements. The processor's architecture is an updated 64180/Z180 style, enhanced through changes to the op codes. Floating point routines require less than 12 ms at maximum clock speed.
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|Publication:||Medical Equipment Designer|
|Date:||Jan 1, 2000|
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