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Re: C6711 vs. C6713

Started by rselmic January 31, 2002

Steve, Were you able to make design with PCB jumpers so that you can use
both C6711 and C6713? How many pins did you have to worry about?

Thanks. Rastko Selmic
Signalogic
--- In c6x@y..., "Stephen Turner" <sgturner@a...> wrote:
> Rick
> TI tells us that they are almost, but not completely pin
compatible. Sounds
> like it can be done with PCB jumpers though.
>
> You can always use the 200Mhz version of the C6711.
>
> -steve
> ---------------------------
> Stephen Turner
> AudioScience, Inc.
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Arius - Rick Collins" <dsprelated@a...>
> To: <c6x@y...>
> Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 8:28 AM
> Subject: [c6x] C6711 vs. C6713 > > I just discovered that TI is coming out with a new C6713 chip.
This looks
> > like a faster version of the C6711 with some new peripheral
capabilities.
> > Looking at the pin list there seems to be a lot of commonality.
But it is
> > not clear if the two are intended to be pin compatible in any
way. Without
> > going through the pin lists pin by pin, does anyone know if TI
intends for
> > the two parts to fit the same socket? The power and grounds
appear to be
> > similar other than the different Vcc voltage which is not a
problem for
> us.
> > I have not looked at the other pins in detail, just a few here
and there.
> > So far they seem the same except for the peripheral functions
which will
> > take a lot of work to compare.
> >
> > If possible, I would like to be able to tell customers that we
will be
> able
> > to ship the faster C6713 chip on existing C6711 designs. But then
I would
> > like to be a millionaire too!
> >
> >
> > Rick Collins
> >
> > rick.collins@a...
> >
> > Arius - A Signal Processing Solutions Company
> > Specializing in DSP and FPGA design http://www.arius.com
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> >
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