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2000\11\11@225441 by -=devicemicro

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Hi,

Where I can find an free AVR programmer on the net? Is there any difference
between PIC and AVR in terms of there application?


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2000\11\12@005956 by Jinx

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> Hi,
>
> Where I can find an free AVR programmer on the net? Is there any
difference
> between PIC and AVR in terms of there application?
>

http://www.atmel.com/atmel/products/prod203.htm

Get astudio3.exe and asmpack.exe for Win applications. I have them
but don't actually use these. I use a small program called fbprg.exe
that I don't think is at the Atmel site. It's a 3rd party DOS program that
you can use with Notepad and a very simple programmer board. Quick
and easy to use. I'll send you that and the programmer schematic off-list

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2000\11\12@024005 by Jinx

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> http://www.atmel.com/atmel/products/prod203.htm
>
> Get astudio3.exe and asmpack.exe for Win applications. I have them
> but don't actually use these. I use a small program called fbprg.exe
> that I don't think is at the Atmel site. It's a 3rd party DOS program that
> you can use with Notepad and a very simple programmer board. Quick
> and easy to use. I'll send you that and the programmer schematic off-list

Sorry, slight case of perjury. I did use asmpack - it's a self-extracting
file that, amongst other things, contains wavrasm.exe version 1.30, which
you need to assemble text into the hex file. I haven't yet needed to use
astudio.exe, which is a simulator

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2000\11\12@074333 by Jinx

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More on the Dark Side -

Simple programmer and fbprg.exe (it's also a Ham Radio page,
may be of interest to people who like Ham Radio pages)

http://member.netease.com/~tominfo/index.htm

Another simple programmer which is Win-based and can also
program the 8-pin AT22Tiny

http://jaichi.virtualave.net/avr-prog-e.htm

Other programmers, which require more parts, plus lots of other
information (beginners, projects, news etc) at

http://www.ipass.net/~hammill/newavr.htm

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2000\11\12@145731 by David VanHorn
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At 01:43 AM 11/13/00 +1300, Jinx wrote:
>More on the Dark Side -
>
>Simple programmer and fbprg.exe (it's also a Ham Radio page,
>may be of interest to people who like Ham Radio pages)
>
>http://member.netease.com/~tominfo/index.htm


As it happens, I needed a chip programmer yesterday, because I couldn't use
my in-circuit programmer.

I built this one in about 10 minutes, and it works great.

All parts from radio shack.
I used a small project PCB, inserted between the pins of the DB25M
connector, so the whole thing just plugs into my laptop's paralell port.

I haven't had such a nice, simple, and powerful project, since my first
crystal radio :)
Also, his software is very well written, easy to understand.

Pop over to the AVR group at egroups.com, and you can download my "getting
started" code for the 8515. It's adaptable to other processors in the AVR
line.


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2000\11\12@154323 by Jinx

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> >Simple programmer and fbprg.exe (it's also a Ham Radio page,
> >may be of interest to people who like Ham Radio pages)
> >
> >http://member.netease.com/~tominfo/index.htm
>
>
> As it happens, I needed a chip programmer yesterday, because I couldn't
use
> my in-circuit programmer.
>
> I built this one in about 10 minutes, and it works great.

Reading that was a nice start to the day

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2000\11\12@161321 by David VanHorn

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>Reading that was a nice start to the day

For me too!

I've read about it before, but I never needed to build it till now.

I've been trying to drag the local hams into the 19th century, exposing
them to SMD soldering (with normal hand tools) and microcontrollers. I
think this one is a killer for that audience. Cheap, easy, works great, and
all the parts available at Radio Shack.

:)

The Dark Side is always near..
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2000\11\12@223002 by -=devicemicro

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Thank you.

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> > www.atmel.com/atmel/products/prod203.htm
> >
> > Get astudio3.exe and asmpack.exe for Win applications. I have them
> > but don't actually use these. I use a small program called fbprg.exe
> > that I don't think is at the Atmel site. It's a 3rd party DOS program
that
> > you can use with Notepad and a very simple programmer board. Quick
> > and easy to use. I'll send you that and the programmer schematic
off-list
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2000\11\13@015622 by Jinx

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> From: -=devicemicro

> Thank you.

No problem, hope it works out for you

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