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1999\03\29@201840 by Bill Kichman

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My current Tait-style programmer only programs 16-series devices, but I
am interested in the 17c44 device...does anybody know of a circuit
and/or software combo which will allow inexpensive "in-circuit
programming" via breadboard?  Is this even possible?  Thanks for any
input, and please reply directly...
Regards,
Bill Kichman

1999\03\29@222247 by Jim Robertson

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At 20:12 29/03/99 -0500, you wrote:
>My current Tait-style programmer only programs 16-series devices, but I
>am interested in the 17c44 device...does anybody know of a circuit
>and/or software combo which will allow inexpensive "in-circuit
>programming" via breadboard?  Is this even possible?  Thanks for any
>input, and please reply directly...
>Regards,
>Bill Kichman

Hi bill,

It is not possible with the 17C44 parts. The 17C75x parts do support ISP
though.

I think the least expensive 17Cxx programmer going is on my web page but
you can check this out for yourself.

Jim
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1999\03\29@223121 by Bill Kichman

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Yes, but those larger parts quickly leave the "standard" (read: easy to
prototype) DIP package, and require fancy sockets, am I correct?  Is
there an easy way to use these larger PLCC, TQFP, and CERQUAD parts?
Too "big league" I presume for somebody at my low "on hand tools" level
as this is a hobby endeavor.  Comments or suggestions?

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1999\03\29@225359 by Jim Robertson

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At 22:29 29/03/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Yes, but those larger parts quickly leave the "standard" (read: easy to
>prototype) DIP package, and require fancy sockets, am I correct?  Is

Yes, absolutely.


>there an easy way to use these larger PLCC, TQFP, and CERQUAD parts?
>Too "big league" I presume for somebody at my low "on hand tools" level


I think you are right. Anyway, the ISP 17C75x parts are not supported by
existing TAIT programmers even though it is possible with some tinkering.
For the reasons you outlined these parts have no appeal to this end of the
market and nobody has bothered.

Jim

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