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Thread: XP & no serial port
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Tal (Zapta) wrote:
> Are there any USB PIC programmers in the market.
>
> Since USB is so fast and can deliver up to 2.5W, it is a perfect
> interface for programmers.
>
> I recall once seing a general USB interface chip that with software
> driver for Windows that allows to control few bits of i/o. I wonder
> how difficult it
> would be to add such a chip to a parallel port programmer as well as
> a DC/DC for VPP.
>
> Tal

This is already under production.

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