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USB AVR programmer to program ATmega and AT-89-S-51 series microcontrollers

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MonsterSocket

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https://www.edaboard.com/threads/200935/

I'm trying to get a AT89s51 to program, I am new to this as far as programming chips...

If i construct this board for programming a AT89s51

Can i program the chip on the programmer board after being built, or do i need to program it separately

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Can i just Use a USBASP to program the AT89s51 or do i need to build my own and have the mentioned Hex file burned into the programmer board/chip?

Seriously is there an easier way today to program these 89s chips since this thread is now a few years old?
 

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Ran across this site where someone has written a program for the USBasp programmer to program an AT89S51. I don't know if this is a viable solution to the problem. It looks like one has to create an account to download the software to convert the USBasp to program the AT89S51. I have used an Arduino Mega as a programmer to program eeproms (28C256) on a breadboard. That would be a way to parallel program the chip, which takes a lot of bus lines.

https://www.8051projects.info/resources/usb-8051-avr-programmer.23/
 

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