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Carlos
If you go to the BASCOM site, (http://www.mcselec.com)  you can download an
eval copy of the software & it includes instructions for the "Sample
Electronics" programmer. This runs off the parallel port & only requires a
couple of resistors & an (optional) cap.

I've found this works well & can be used with programs written in machine
code using the Atmel "Studio" software.
You can of course use the BASCOM software as well - which is a pretty easy
way to get things up & running - with machine code functions etc. for
critical timing areas.

Richard P




Hi folks... I have been using PICS for a while and now I would like to try
the ATMEL´s little beasts. I would like to build my own programmer, so on a
cheap (or free!!) basis, which software/hardware programmer combination
would you recomend? Thax for your time...

Regards,
*Carlos*

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