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'[SX]: Programming 16C54's with the Pocket'
2001\06\12@015319 by James Newton. Admin 3

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SX's are NOT parallel programmed. They are programmed from only two data
lines (connected to OSC1 and 2). The pocket could easily be extended to
support SXs. All the required information is at the sxlist.com site. And I
will pay $100 etc... to the first person who does it.

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2001\06\12@021130 by Dan Larson

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Forgive the heresy, but the AVRs which use either low or high voltage
serial programming would be a breeze too. They are essentially programmed
through an SPI interface, save for the exception of the state of MCLR.
Newer AVRs will support JTAG.

Dan

On Mon, 11 Jun 2001 22:14:26 -0700, James Newton. Admin 3 wrote:

>SX's are NOT parallel programmed. They are programmed from only two data
>lines (connected to OSC1 and 2). The pocket could easily be extended to
>support SXs. All the required information is at the sxlist.com site. And I
>will pay $100 etc... to the first person who does it.
>
>James Newton, PICList Admin #3
>.....jamesnewtonKILLspamspam@spam@piclist.com
>1-619-652-0593 phone
>http://www.piclist.com
>
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2001\06\12@021755 by Randy Glenn

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Actually, SX's can be programmed using either a parallel or serial method -
both are documented on Ubicom's webpage.

As for programming 12-bit parallel PICs, what about a shift register hooked
up to the ICSP output? Surely it wouldn't be too hard to do... and I doubt
that the hardware adaptor would be incredibly large for a given footprint
(trying to do 18, 28 and 40 pin on the same adaptor would not be much fun,
of course).

-Randy Glenn

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