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2003\06\22@141334 by

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According to my Swedish translated version of Elektor,
there will be a project for a "Flash-PIC-prorammer"
in the next issue (due any day now). Now, has anyone
seen this programmer in the UK edition of Elektor ? They
tend to have the projects one or a couple of issues
before the Swedish issue, maybe the Mars or April issue.

Does it have any unique features ?

Regards
Jan-Erik.

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2003\06\22@185508 by cdb

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Jan,

In the English edition it was advertised for the May edition. It wasn't in that or the June one either.
Perhaps it was in the Dutch or French edition.

The UK May edition had USB audio recorder, DMX and a Universal XA development board and part 1 of LCD controllers.

Colin


On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 19:43:22 +0200, Jan-erik Söderholm (QAC) wrote:
According to my Swedish translated version of Elektor,
there will be a project for a "Flash-PIC-prorammer"
in the next issue (due any day now). Now, has anyone
seen this programmer in the UK edition of Elektor ? They
tend to have the projects one or a couple of issues
before the Swedish issue, maybe the Mars or April issue.

Does it have any unique features ?


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2003\06\24@181441 by Ian Forse

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In the UK the PIC Programmer is to be published in September, next issue.
Just received the Summer Issue (July/August).

Regards

Ian

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2003\06\26@163753 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> According to my Swedish translated version of Elektor,
> there will be a project for a "Flash-PIC-prorammer"
> in the next issue (due any day now). Now, has anyone
> seen this programmer in the UK edition of Elektor ? They
> tend to have the projects one or a couple of issues
> before the Swedish issue, maybe the Mars or April issue.
>
> Does it have any unique features ?

If it is a typical Elektuur project (I am ashamed: the home location of
the Elektuur set of magazines is in the Netherlands) it will use either
a much too large PIC (an 18F452?), an EPROM PIC or an obsolete one
(16c84-04!), a very large PCB, an unreliable RS-232 interface and some
impossible-to-get SMPS chip to generate VPP.

;)

NB I once contacted them about putting WLoader in their summer issue,
but they insisted that I supplied a PCB using their favourite package,
which I would have to buy first.

:(

Wouter van Ooijen

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2003\06\26@165012 by

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Wouter van Ooijen wrote:
> If it is a typical Elektuur project (I am ashamed: the home location of
> the Elektuur set of magazines is in the Netherlands) it will use either
> a much too large PIC (an 18F452?), an EPROM PIC or an obsolete one
> (16c84-04!), a very large PCB, an unreliable RS-232 interface and some
> impossible-to-get SMPS chip to generate VPP.

Agree there, much to many F84 projects...

> NB I once contacted them about putting WLoader in their summer issue,
> but they insisted that I supplied a PCB using their favourite package,
> which I would have to buy first.

I don't know when "once" was, but I was in contact with them a
couple of months ago, and they said nothing of that sort. I should
supply *some* design documents, and they would just enter them
(manualy as I understod it) in there in-house CAD system, whatever
that is. I'd vote for the one advertised on the Elektor web site...
There was no need for me to buy any new software.

Jan-Erik.

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2003\06\27@044731 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> In the UK the PIC Programmer is to be published in September,
> next issue.
> Just received the Summer Issue (July/August).

The Dutch version contains a 'circuit' that boils down to the advice to
put a pull-up (or down) resistor on the un-used data lines when an
HD44780 is used in 8-bits mode. IIRC the HD44780 has build-in pull-ups,
so this is utter nonsense. I wonder whether this is the always-present
joke circuit?

Wouter van Ooijen

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