ATMEGA Programming

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i am newbie in programming how to program using db9 port am i should give pwer for atmega 328p
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you need isp cable to program atmega328. Google it out how to program avr using isp".

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"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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you can get an avrispmkii.. The cheapest and the most beautiful avr programmer on the world..

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cooluser wrote:
you can get an avrispmkii.. The cheapest and the most beautiful avr programmer on the world..

It might be the most beautiful programmer in the world, but it certainly can't be cheaper than a $3 USBasp, right? :)

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but it certainly can't be cheaper than a $3

Worth to mention it is 3$ with shipping!
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The cheapest and the most beautiful avr programmer on the world..

The LPT cable beats both designs in terms of beauty and price.
And - debugs ARMs, FPGAs and CPLDs as well.
LPT rules.

No RSTDISBL, no fun!

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Brutte wrote:
The LPT cable beats both designs in terms of beauty and price.
Agreed!

For those of us without an LPT port, this is a close second in terms of minimalistic elegance.

I especially like the scotch-tape insulation for the 'piggy-back' programming approach.

No, I don't have one :)

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