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PIC programming

kalshagar - PIC programming

Summary

Situation : you're on the side of the force (the ATmel side) but you're tempted by the dark side (the PIC) yet you son't want to sell your soul. Not ready yet to make a coming out and buy a programmer, you just want a taste a PIC and see if it could fill your needs where the ATmega/ATtiny stop (specially in terms of USB support). In short, you'd like to program your PIC with a ATmega.
For me as I said, I want USB connectivity, since although 100 tests with V-USB I never managed to have it work :( and the PIC with USB support are sooooo cheap and available in Japan. So this was in my head for a few weeks now (with lots of other ideas) ... when I ran into this post of a gentleman who implemented it! (Many thanks to him for sharing!)
Now I have to order some pics to Akizukidenshi to test (^。^)♪


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