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3rd year microcontroller project

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damien11

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Hello all,
I am new forums, this is my first post so be gentle. I have received my 3rd year electronic eng project. and part of it is, storing a large table of constant numbers in an 8051 microcontroller and then when certain parameters are inputted to the uC using a keypad, the uC outputs a number every second. the range of numbers to be stored is 30Mhz to 88Mhz at 25kHz intervals. So i am asking can the uC store this many numbers or would i have to use external ram and would a 4x3 matrix and 16x1 lcd be sufficient. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
damien
 

Pommie

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Your post makes no sense. You would not store a range of numbers between x and y at an interval of n because it is much easier to calculate it. And, what does "would a 4x3 matrix and 16x1 lcd be sufficient" mean? Be sufficient for what?

My guess is that you do not understand the brief and need to go back and get a better understanding of what you are required to do.

Mike.
 

Mr RB

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the range of numbers to be stored is 30Mhz to 88Mhz at 25kHz intervals. So i am asking can the uC store this many numbers
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Why store the numbers???? :eek:

Just generate the numbers when you need them, with the micro;
30.000 MHz
30.025 MHz
30.050 MHz

for example.
 
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