Basic getting started FAQ
Tsvetan Usunov email (remove spam text)
>I've just started to poke around the web, AVRFreaks, Dontronics, AVR Web
>...., but thought I'd post here too.
>I've been working with PICs for a little bit now (great fun), but wanted to
>Atmel parts too. I'm hoping to find a simple programmer circuit (like a
>Tait-style for the PIC) and software so I can begin to noddle around with
>chips. I'd like to avoid buying a kit, as I probably have all the parts I
>to get started, expect for some Atmel chips and programming software.
>Thanks in advanced,
We have the schematics of the AVR serial and parallel port programmers on
our web page http://www.olimex.com/dev
There are links to programming software as well.
PCB prototypes for $26 at http://run.to/pcb (http://www.olimex.com/pcb)
Development boards for PIC, AVR and MSP430 (http://www.olimex.com/dev)
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