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Demo: Interface an SD card with the Bus Pirate

Posted on Monday, March 15th, 2010 in BP v3, demonstrations by Ian

nada demonstrates how to initialize, read, and write an SD card with the Bus Pirate SPI library. Don’t miss the GPS logger project that the SD card went into.

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Via Hack a Day

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One Response to “Demo: Interface an SD card with the Bus Pirate”

  1. Sjaak says:

    Another way of interfacing a SDcard is an oldskool 5″25 floppy interface (card-edge connector).

    Or am I getting old for remembering this connector? :S :P

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