Yes, you are right. It is in fact my typo since I used the data sheet
where is correctly shows PLCC-44.
I didn't notice it since I only simulate the ports and there the only
difference between the two is that P0.26 (AD0.7 on the LQFP48) is missing.
> I wonder how you did the simulator for the PLCC-48 because it is only
> a PLCC-44 and missing a couple signals. It is a typo on the NXP website. >
--- In l..., "Mark Butcher" wrote: >
> Hi All
> Please note that there is a new simulator available for free download
> for the LPC2101, LPC2102 and LPC2103 devices:
> The device is available in LQFP48 or PLCC48 and therefore there are 2
> simulations, where each simulator shows where the port pins are
> situated and what functions they can perform (simply extract the files
> and double click on the corresponding .exe file).
> The simulation also opens COM1 with 19'200 and enables communicating
> with it via the serial interface to control some port pins.
> For more details and further devices see:
> Mark Butcher
> Hi Mark,
I wonder how you did the simulator for the PLCC-48 because it is only
a PLCC-44 and missing a couple signals. It is a typo on the NXP website.