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Thread: Using ATtiny26 with STK500
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face BY : Katinka Mills email (remove spam text)



Sorry all I sent my reply directly to russell and not the list, here is my
reply :o)

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I will have to dig out the schematics for the STK 500

***** New note that Russell would not have seen****** The STK500 Analogue 20
Pin socket will work, just need to jumper the Reset Pin over (not sure which
pin ATM)

I use a T26 on a breadboard with just the power supplies and the 10 pin ISP
cable nothing else, the reset pulse that comes out this cable is fine.


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the sample chip I have worked out the packet fine and did not need a clock.

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