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Minimalist AVR programmer

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

Philip Peter posted an article describing how he designed his Minimalist AVR programmer: I always like a challenge, so when I saw [simpleavr]s vusbtiny programmer, I started to wonder how small I could make an AVR programmer. All in all I’m pretty pleased with the result. The schematic is almost...

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Vusbtiny PCB

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Arnar Ingason designed a cool PCB for the vusbtiny. He used circuits.io for the schematic and the PCB design. His design was based on a tutorial by Tino Göhlert. Via the contact form.

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Ultra-small vusbtiny AVR programmer

Monday, December 19th, 2011

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...

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  • KH: TPS62200 will get him to under 15uA, a bit better than the 20-30uA he mentioned. I would try the same thing. Switch some resistors in...
  • KH: Yeah, it's an end-user thing. Very few people would spend hundreds of hours on this kind of project and sustain it. It's more or less...
  • Max: Not quite a dinosaur if you've seen Big Hero 6 though... wait. You've watched it with your kids, didn't you? That's cheating...! ;) One of...
  • Edward Mallon: A visiting researcher dropped by our humble basement workshop with questions about the physical skill level students would need if they added one of our...
  • KH: And that looks really expensive... Only browsed the vid though, I'm an dinosaur so I had the sound off too. Nice of him to open-source...