MC68HC11 -looking for a development board
Hi All, I need little help from all of you who have worked with this micro. I am studying in electronics and I have a class for micro controllers and they teach this mc68hc11 controller, I am looking for a development board for this but having a hard time to find one and even if I find one the price is too high for that. So I start looking the micro it self so I can build my on development board I found one at digikey the part number is MC68HC11E1CFNE2-ND and it is around $15 canadian, now the question is I want to run the buffalo monitor on this for my course, so if some one can confirm that I can load buffalo monitor on this chip then I will order that, other wise start searching again. Thanks.arsh
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