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kbyte

[′kā‚bīt]
(computer science)

Kbyte

[′kā‚bīt]
(computer science)
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The compact new stack, optimized for deeply embedded applications with tight size and cost constraints, occupies less than 40 kbytes of memory and can support IPv4, IPv6, and dual-mode IPv4/IPv6 traffic.
A 10BASE-T Ethernet controller is integrated onto a 10 MIPS PIC18 microcontroller with up to 128 Kbytes of Flash program memory to provide embedded systems designers with a single-chip remote-communication for a wide range of applications which include industrial automation (industrial control, power-supply monitoring, network/server monitoring, environmental monitoring); building automation (fire and safety, access control, security panels, lighting control, VoIP intercom); commercial control (kitchen appliances, drink dispensers, hotel minibars, POS terminals); home control (security, networked appliances).
Conversely, the PIC18F4321 offers the ideal amount of Enhanced Flash program memory -- up to 8 Kbytes -- to maintain cost-effective pricing.
For a full Position Velocity Time (PVT) GPS platform, it sums up to 50 mW, with a powerful 32-bit ARM7-based micro-controller on board with 128 kbytes RAM and 512 kbytes Flash.
By integrating a 10BASE-T Ethernet controller onto a 10 MIPS PIC18 microcontroller with up to 128 Kbytes of Flash program memory, Microchip is providing embedded systems designers with a single-chip remote-communication solution for a wide range of applications.
The Celeron, equipped with 128 Kbytes of on-chip cache, operates at speeds of up to 500 MHz, providing an excellent low-cost option for embedded applications that require a balance of high performance, and low power consumption.