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First details of the LPC2300

Started by elektrknight September 25, 2006
http://www.standardics.nxp.com/products/lpc2000/lpc23xx/

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

At 16:52 25.09.2006 +0000, you wrote:

>http://www.standardics.nxp.com/products/lpc2000/lpc23xx/

Oh my god, I thought I get something to replace the rather old LPC2214, but
having a so-called "mini-bus" only on 144 pins is not enough for my
requirements, I need a 16 bit data bus :-(

Disappointed
Herbert
Hello Herbert,

The LPC2400, scheduled for release at the end of the year, will have
a full external memory interface (like the LPC2200 series) and all
of the features, plus more, of the LPC2300 family.

I hope this alleviates some of your disappointment.
Philips Marketing

--- In l..., Herbert Demmel wrote:
>
> At 16:52 25.09.2006 +0000, you wrote:
>http://www
.standardics.nxp.com/products/lpc2000/lpc23xx/
>
> Oh my god, I thought I get something to replace the rather old
LPC2214, but
> having a so-called "mini-bus" only on 144 pins is not enough for
my
> requirements, I need a 16 bit data bus :-(
>
> Disappointed
> Herbert
>
>
>
At 18:42 25.09.2006 +0000, you wrote:

>Hello Herbert,
>
>The LPC2400, scheduled for release at the end of the year, will have
>a full external memory interface (like the LPC2200 series) and all
>of the features, plus more, of the LPC2300 family.

Thanks for the info - I've seen it after the second message regarding the
LPC2400 was posted by
elektrknight.
>I hope this alleviates some of your disappointment.

Yes, it does and after a first shock about the number of pins of the
LPC2400 I was happy to see that there is a BGA package with 0.8 mm pitch
(not 0.5 mm pitch) as well allowing to use much cheaper PCBs than with the
LPC28xx chips.

Thank you very much for your your reply.

Something else: Has Robert "philips_apps" left the company? I have already
tried to send a technical question to him several times (also to his
"philips.com" email address, which he gave to me), but I do not get any
reply anymore.

Best regards
Herbert

--- In l..., Herbert
Demmel wrote:
>
> At 16:52 25.09.2006 +0000, you wrote:
>
>
><http://www" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.standardics.nxp.com/products/lpc2000/lpc23xx/>http://www
.standardics.nxp.com/products/lpc2000/lpc23xx/
>
> Oh my god, I thought I get something to replace the rather old
LPC2214, but
> having a so-called "mini-bus" only on 144 pins is not enough for
my
> requirements, I need a 16 bit data bus :-(
>
> Disappointed
> Herbert
>
> Thank you very much for your your reply.
>
> Something else: Has Robert "philips_apps" left the company? I have already
> tried to send a technical question to him several times (also to his
> "philips.com" email address, which he gave to me), but I do not get any
> reply anymore.
>
Same thing here. I'm looking for info on what pins do when a certain
part is held in reset.
Joel
Robert is still with the company, but has a different role now. If
you need assistance on any NXP device, your best bet is to contact
us via:

http://www.nxp.com/support/

Questions submitted through that site are answered by one of a team
of Applications Engineers, so you won't have delays due to travel,
vacations, etc.

I apologize for any difficulties you've had getting answers to your
questions.

NXP Marketing

--- In l..., Joel Winarske wrote:
> > Thank you very much for your your reply.
> >
> > Something else: Has Robert "philips_apps" left the company? I
have already
> > tried to send a technical question to him several times (also to
his
> > "philips.com" email address, which he gave to me), but I do not
get any
> > reply anymore.
> >
> Same thing here. I'm looking for info on what pins do when a
certain
> part is held in reset.
> Joel
>