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'Newbie: Which Programmer with Which Software'
1998\09\06@151050 by Brian Kassel

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Hello All:
 I am just getting into the PIC revolution.  I have run across
many schematics for programmers, but I am confused as the what
software goes with what programmer.
 I would like to build my own programmer, and use it with either
free or shareware type of software.
 I would also prefer not to build a programmer that uses a programmed
PIC chip with firmware.
 Thanks in advance for your help.

Brian
Near Phoenix AZ

1998\09\06@164828 by THEODORE MYLENBUSCH

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I recently completed the pic programmer from the 9/98 issue of Electronics
Now.  It has a total of 12 parts and the software is available on the EN web
site.  However, it is a limted system capable of programming C84, F84, and
F83 pics only.

I downloaded the MpLab software from Microchip which has an integrated
development environment.  With these tools (crude programmer, programmer
software, and development system) I am attempting my first involved pic
project.

As to whether this is the appropriate starter system, I would leave that to
the more experienced members of this list.

Ted Mylenbusch
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1998\09\07@071815 by Pavel Korensky

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At 11:54 6.9.1998 -0700, you wrote:
>Hello All:
>  I am just getting into the PIC revolution.  I have run across
>many schematics for programmers, but I am confused as the what
>software goes with what programmer.
>  I would like to build my own programmer, and use it with either
>free or shareware type of software.
>  I would also prefer not to build a programmer that uses a programmed
>PIC chip with firmware.

I am using programmer developped by Octavio Nogueira. It can program almost
all PIC chips, it is simple and software is also OK (except that the sw is
only for Win95). You can download the schematics, PCB artwork etc. I built
mine during one saturday afternoon.

Best regards

PavelK

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1998\09\08@170601 by Brian Kassel

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Folks:
 Thank you all for your input as to which programmer and which
software to use, the help is very much appreciated.
I've decided on the programmer in the September 1998 issue
of Electronics Now, combined with the MLAB software for assembling
and the NOPPP software for "burning".  I may change at some later
date, but for now, since I am still a newbie, these tools seem to fit
my requirements.
 Thanks again to all who responded to me only, and to those who
responded on this great list.
 I'm hoping that in the not-too-distant-future, that I can contribute
as well to the subscribers.

Brian Kassel
Near Phoenix AZ

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