Posts Tagged ‘AVR ISP’

Printf style debugging over AVR-ISP pins

Friday, April 13th, 2012

ihsan kehribar from the Little Wire project informs us of his recent work entitled "Printf style debugging over AVR-ISP pins." He writes, "if you are breadboarding an AVR chip, you are already using the SPI pins for programming the device; therefore it would be nice to use that cable for...

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Breadboard AVR In System Programmer

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

This USB AVR programmer is built on a breakboard. What to get started with AVR? Check out our AVR quick-start guide. Via Hack a Day.

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Program your AVR with PICkit2

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

PK2AVRISP is software that lets a PICkit2 program AVR microcontrollers with no hardware or firmware changes. It decodes commands sent to a virtual serial port that emulates an AVR ISP programmer, and translates them to Pickit2 commands. It's compatible with existing AVR development apps like AVRStudio, AVRDude, and CodeVision AVR.

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