Z180

Z180

(processor)
An 8-bit microprocessor, code compatible with the Zilog Z80 and based on a design from Hitachi which is in turn based on the Zilog Z80.

References in periodicals archive ?
To take advantage of the CMX Ethernet Driver Program, the embedded systems engineer must be using one of the wide range of processors currently supported by CMX-MicroNet, including the 8051, the Atmel AVR, Hitachi's H8S/300H and H8S/2000, the Infineon 80C16x, the Microchip PIC18CXXX, the Mitsubishi M16C, the Philips 8051-XA, the STMicroelectronics ST10, and ZiLOG's Z80, Z180, and eZ80 series of processors.
With the eZ80(TM) Webserver-i, engineers can design applications that may be remotely managed using an Internet browser on a hand-held device, cell phone or a personal computer -- The eZ80L92 delivers 16 MB of memory address space without a Memory Management Unit (MMU), 50 MHz performance, Z80 and Z180 compatibility, an Internet protocol stack, and an Ethernet reference design.
We deliver 16 MB of memory address space, 50 MHz performance, Z80 and Z180 compatibility, a full Internet protocol stack, and an Ethernet reference design, all at a $5.
The eZ80 is code-compatible with ZiLOG's well-known Z80 and Z180, and offers Internet connectivity, high-speed performance and superior memory support in a cost-effective 8-bit device.
It is 100 percent code compatible with ZiLOG's well known Z80 and Z180, and offers the most complete Internet connectivity suite of any 8-bit device, with high-speed performance and superior memory support.
CMX-MicroNet supports more 8-bit and 16-bit microprocessors than any other existing solution, including full support for all derivatives of the 8051, the Atmel AVR, Hitachi's H8S/300H and H8S/2000, the Infineon 80C16x, the Microchip PIC18CXXX, the Mitsubishi M16C, the Philips 8051-XA, the STMicroelectronics ST10, and ZiLOG's Z80, Z180, and eZ80 series of processors.
It is 100 percent code compatible with ZiLOG's well-known Z80 and Z180, and offers the most complete Internet connectivity suite of any 8-bit device, with high-speed performance and superior memory support.
Unlike most 8-bit processors that address 64K, ZiLOG's Z180 family can address up to 1Mbyte of memory.
I would choose the Z183 processor over other 8-bit solutions due to its mixed-signal capability, its numerous other internal peripherals and RAM, its high performance Z180 core and its ability to have other devices connect to its bus," Pride said.
CMX-MicroNet provides full support for all derivatives of the 8051, the Atmel AVR, Hitachi's H8S/300H and H8S/2000, the Infineon 80C16x, the STMicroelectronics ST10, and most recently, the Microchip PIC18CXXX, the Mitsubishi M16C, the Philips 8051-XA, and ZiLOG's Z80 and Z180 series of processors.
formerly ZLG on the NYSE), the Extreme Connectivity company, today announced an Embedded Webserver Software Suite that runs on its Z180 8-bit microprocessor family, including its newest member, the Z80S183.
Note to Editors: Z180, Z380, and Superintegration are trademarks and Z80 is a registered trademark of Zilog, Inc.