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Application Note 160

Programming the Philips 51MX Architecture with the Keil PK51

This application note describes the steps you must take to write programs for the Philips 51MX architecture. The Philips 51MX is special because it supports up to 8 megabytes of code and 8 megabytes of data storage. New memory models and memory types have been added and a new assembler, compiler, and linker are required.

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Sunday, July 7, 2002
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