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The Draeger machine uses a Motorola 68HC11 microprocessor, and the Intoxilyzer uses an Intel based microprocessor.
An example is their QCard, which is built around a 16 MHz Motorola 68HC11 F1 microprocessor with 512K of non-volatile flash memory, 128K of RAM, and 320 bytes of EEP-ROM.
The Handy Board's Motorola 2 megahertz 68HC11 is not too different, though its Interactive C interface additionally provides for up to 4 threads.
Program modules of control and identification algorithms for microcontroller 68HC11.
This $300 board is based on a Motorola 68HC11 microprocessor with 32K of RAM.
68HC11 Development Board -- The development board includes a low-cost 68HC11 core microcontroller, a PSD9XX Programmable System Device, a 16 character LCD display, power switch, UART serial port, a JTAG programming port that connects directly to the PSD9XX ISP JTAG interface, reset button, DIP switch, two LEDs for functional annunciation, and pads for additional SRAM.
FAST has ported its SCK communication software libraries for use on embedded designs using Motorola's 8-bit 68HC05 and 68HC11 cores.
Waferscale Integration, Incorporated (WSI) today introduced a comprehensive prototyping and debugging environment for designers of 68HC11 MCU-based systems with external memory and logic provided by the company's EasyFLASH(TM) PSD8XXF, PSD3XX and PSD211R MCU support ICs.
Intel's 8051 MCUs typically contain 8-Kbytes or less of flash memory, and Motorola's 68HC11 MCUs have no flash memory at all.
Waferscale (WSI) today introduced three new EasyFLASH MCU support ICs that provide 256 Kbytes of 100% in-system-programmable (ISP) flash memory and 3,000 gates of programmable logic to 8-bit CISC microcontrollers, such as Intel's (Nasdaq:INTC) 8051 and Motorola's (NYSE:MOT) 68HC11.
Waferscale's 100% in-system programmable (ISP) Flash PSD8XXF devices eliminate the difficulty of adding in-system programmability to 8051 or 68HC11 systems.