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2003\06\16@182434 by Carlos Marcano

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Hi folks... I have been using PICS for a while and now I would like to try
the ATMEL´s little beasts. I would like to build my own programmer, so on a
cheap (or free!!) basis, which software/hardware programmer combination
would you recomend? Thax for your time...

Regards,
*Carlos*

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2003\06\16@183421 by Marcelo Puhl

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       I use the Atmel AVRISP software with a 74HC244 based 'dongle'.
       Both are free. Google for them. In case you can't find them,
drop me a note and I send'em to your email.

On 16 Jun 2003 at 18:23, Carlos Marcano wrote:

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2003\06\16@183628 by hard Prosser

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Carlos
If you go to the BASCOM site, (http://www.mcselec.com)  you can download an
eval copy of the software & it includes instructions for the "Sample
Electronics" programmer. This runs off the parallel port & only requires a
couple of resistors & an (optional) cap.

I've found this works well & can be used with programs written in machine
code using the Atmel "Studio" software.
You can of course use the BASCOM software as well - which is a pretty easy
way to get things up & running - with machine code functions etc. for
critical timing areas.

Richard P




Hi folks... I have been using PICS for a while and now I would like to try
the ATMEL´s little beasts. I would like to build my own programmer, so on a
cheap (or free!!) basis, which software/hardware programmer combination
would you recomend? Thax for your time...

Regards,
*Carlos*

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2003\06\16@184453 by Carlos Marcano

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Hi Marcelo,

I found a pdf file from olymex that looks like the 74HC244 dongle you were
talking about... What software should I use? Could you email it to me?
Thanx for your time....

Regards,
*Carlos*
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2003\06\17@111303 by Douglas Wood

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2003\06\17@113826 by John Ferrell

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Thanks for putting it on the list.
I bet I am not the only one who finds it interesting.

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2003\06\17@114613 by Douglas Wood

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I have a "wire-only" version of the cable if you're interested...

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2003\06\17@115234 by Joel Middleton

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Yes I find it interesting also, is this all that is
need as far as hardware goes to program the chips you
were talking about? If so I may give it a try after I
get a bit more comfortable with pics.

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2003\06\17@140414 by Douglas Wood

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> Yes I find it interesting also, is this all that is
> need as far as hardware goes to program the chips you
> were talking about? If so I may give it a try after I
> get a bit more comfortable with pics.

Yes. That "dongle" and PonyProg is all that is required to program an AVR
from the parallel port.

Note that on some of the AVR processors, the in-system programming (ISP)
interface share pins with a UART. You may need to add a MUX to the design to
isolate the two functions. I can provide you with an example schematic if
you need.

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2003\06\17@180602 by John Ferrell

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At the moment I am swamped with what I want to learn about PIC's. I received
Peatman's book this week and I am already working from a list.

The AVR's will be limited to gathering data for a while!

I would love to have the info to read & file though.
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2003\06\18@145238 by osmarcano78

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Douglas,

Thanks for the information, I really apreciate your interest in helping...
I will begin to work with this as soon as I can... Thanx a lot,again!

Regards,

*Carlos*

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                               Carlos,

I've taken the liberty of sending you a copy a PDF file of the schematic of
the dongle that comes with the STK development boards from ATMEL. The
software I've use is called PonyProg and you can download (for free) the
latest version at http://www.lancos.com/ .  I have use both together to
develop several ATMEL-based projects, most recently using the ATmega103 &
ATmega128 chips.

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