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Programmer for ATMEL, PIC and AVR

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hassan1980

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Hi, All

Did anyone made a programmer for ATMEL, PIC and AVR or simillar to it.

I am waiting your replaies.

Kind Regards

Hassan
 

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Try the search button pal .....this topic has been discussed extensively here.
 

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Keyword is "PonyProg".
 

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if you dont want to build several or big PCB for ponyprog, start with JDM for PIC and 3 resistor programmer for AVR ;)
 

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before trying out a simple home built programmer i would recommend that you check the amount of frustration that people get from these simple programmers. you can have a look at the AVRfreaks forum. buying a "proper" programmer will be money well spent!

and building a multipurpose programmer isnt recommended either. you see those multi-purpose tools in the hardware stores? they wear out quickly so it is better if you buy separate tools for separate jobs. same is the case with programmers and stuff like that.

just my two cents!!!!
 

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