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Bus Pirate v4 rev 2 hello world

Posted on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 in BP v4, Bus Pirate, Development by Ian

The second Bus Pirate v4 prototype passed the self test today. This update fixes a few minor issues in pin connections, and it’s the first prototype with the PIC 24FJ256GB106 that will be used in the final hardware.

Follow our progress in the BPv4 firmware development forum.

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