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1999\12\08@054350 by JP.BROWN

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Hi folks!, I was  surfing the net yesterday when I found a site with
details of BS1 stamp emulator that you can make your self.
It has been designed and made available by the kind people at the

BSSClub.

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Cable/7772/

The design has recently been enhanced (Nov 99 latest version)
The board can be programmed via the printer port or the serial
port and all the details are available in a file called st1-64v2.zip

Someone on this list once said that everybody (interested in this stuff)
should have a Basic Stamp in there tool kit to use as a quickly
programmable digital tester and source of test signals etc. etc..  The
limitation on the above design is a program length of 68 tokens (stored in
the 16F/C84 eeprom data area) but if you just want a simple programmable
digital tester/signal source this should not be a big problem.

I have not built one of these yet but I thought I had to bring it to
the attention of people on this list. Has anyone else built it?

------------John P. B.

1999\12\08@131246 by Don McKenzie

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"JP.BROWN" wrote:
> Hi folks!, I was  surfing the net yesterday when I found a site with
> details of BS1 stamp emulator that you can make your self.
> It has been designed and made available by the kind people at the
> BSSClub.
> www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Cable/7772/
> The design has recently been enhanced (Nov 99 latest version)
> The board can be programmed via the printer port or the serial
> port and all the details are available in a file called st1-64v2.zip

I had the first Basic Stamp divided by four one at:
http://www.dontronics.com/bs4.html

I now have an 8051 family Interpreter/EEPROM combination at:
StampStick up to 32K of Basic code. Hex file free.
http://www.dontronics.com/tiny51.html

I will have a new compiler one based on AVR at:
http://www.dontronics.com/a_page_to_be_announced.html

Don McKenzie  spam_OUTdonTakeThisOuTspamdontronics.com http://www.dontronics.com

World's Largest Range of Atmel and PICmicro Hardware and Software
StampStick 32K EEPROM Basic http://www.dontronics.com/tiny51.html

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