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Ultra-small vusbtiny AVR programmer

Posted on Monday, December 19th, 2011 in project logs by DP

Philip wanted to make the smallest vusbtiny AVR programmer possible. His design incorporates both an edge PCB and a mini-B cable connector for the USB.

Vusbtiny is a AVR programer based on the V-USB virtual low-speed USB firmware. V-USB is a software USB engine for AVR devices that don’t have hardware USB serial interface engines.

Phillip also designed a cable version of this project that is available on his site.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Ultra-small vusbtiny AVR programmer”

  1. GinPB says:

    Awesome, good job.

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