FourthDr tweeted this article on EEWeb PULSE about Programming with Low-Cost JTAG tools that references the Bus Pirate: I would recommend the Bus Pirate as a very low cost programming tool (and it’s useable for so many other things too!). I have even written a guide on how you use it, which is available here(PDF!). […]
EEWeb posted an interview with Ian today. The article covers how Ian got started in electronics, his favorite hardware and software tools, and a few interesting experiences in the open hardware industry. Covered as well are Ian’s future plans for Dangerous Prototypes and the challenges open hardware faces as it becomes more mainstream.
Frank noticed this article on EEWeb PULSE about Programming With Low-Cost JTAG Tools (PDF!) that references the Bus Pirate: If you’re not a big fan of building it yourself, then you could use one of the (X)SVF players that are available on the internet. Notable is the Bus Pirate from Dangerous Prototypes. Originally designed as a tool […]
Victor Joukov noticed this article on the EEWeb electrical engineering community about Programming With Low-Cost JTAG Tools, referencing the Bus Pirate. Notable is the Bus Pirate from Dangerous Prototypes. Originally designed as a tool to sniff, monitor, inject or bus protocols like SPI, its open platform has meant that the ‘community’ has developed an XSVF […]
Return-to-zero At times like these it’s always good to know you’re not the only one that would rather have a reel of caps instead of a wool sweater. Via the comments.
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