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does anybady news a nice xmega board that does'nt cost more than 69€ (690sek)a preinstalld bootloader
or a integrated programmer would bee a big ++.
and some pehripals soach as sd card and a op amp is a even bigger ++.

ps it's need to be a atxmega128A1 becuse this is the only xmega supported by bascom.

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ATAVRXPLAIN - 20..25€

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i lookt at that only two ports avalible

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There is a nice little xmega development board that was announced on the board with in the last couple of weeks. Pretty low cost. I believe it is this board:

https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

It might not be 20 euros but less than 69. Check toward the end of the thread.

Jim

 

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Olimex AVR-PX128A1
Alvidi AL-XAVRB

Both with an 128A1, both cheap enough that the rest of your budget can be used for an original Atmel AVRISP mkII ISP/PDI programmer. And that AVRISP mkII will be useful for other AVRs, too.

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I have boards in stock for $49 with USB and integrated programmer that emulates the AVRISPmkII. $66 for board with SD card slot and audio amp. Shipping to Europe is $14. Click link below.

https://www.mattairtech.com/
ARM Cortex M and XMEGA development boards / Gentoo Linux

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Justin,

Thanks for the PDI programmer help, but note that the LUFA MIT license requires you to give visible credit to the code author when used, even though it is free. While they could download your source package and see the LUFA codebase, a note on your page with the binaries would be nice :).

- Dean :twisted:

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thanks for all help i'm gonna buy one of physicist
board it whas the board that meet all of my needs.
just gonna save some money.

[EDIT] what whas it dollars i did think it whas euros
[EDIT] than i have afford to buy it now :oops:

Last Edited: Sun. Jan 17, 2010 - 08:46 PM
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Sorry Dean, I just uploaded the hex files yesterday so they would be available to a few customers who needed them. I completely forgot about the notice. I had always intended on putting credit on the page (all well as disclaimers, etc.) but just hadn't gotten around to it. I will fix this immediately. Thanks for the reminder (and the excellent code).

https://www.mattairtech.com/
ARM Cortex M and XMEGA development boards / Gentoo Linux

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No problem! I'm not upset - I just need the recognition so that I'll be able to get a job from LUFA later on. Again, thanks for all the PDI help, the code wouldn't have existed at all without it.

- Dean :twisted:

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emulates mkll?? does that means that avr studio will see it as a mkll.
if yes that means i don't need to mess with avr studio
and program direckly from bascom avr.
GREAT!!! :D :mrgreen:

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emulates mkll?? does that means that avr studio will see it as a mkll.
if yes that means i don't need to mess with avr studio
and program direckly from bascom avr.
GREAT!!! Very Happy Mr. Green

Yes, my firmware emulates an AVRISP-MKII to the host, so when it is inserted you will be able to program your AVRs using AVRStudio like you would a regular AVRISP-MKII. Supported protocols are ISP, PDI and (once debugged) TPI.

- Dean :twisted:

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Dean,

Are there any obstacles (from your point of view) to implement a composite device in the XPLAIN 90USB - the AVRISP mkII for PDI programming and the CDC (VCP) for async comms?

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Already thought of that (believe me!) and yes, there's a honking big obstacle: Atmel's USB driver. The Jungo driver Atmel uses will only bind to a device with the AVRISP-MKII's VID and PID, which rules out having a composite device until Atmel releases an alternative VID/PID with this functionality.

The best I would be able to do would be to have a button which switches between modes.

- Dean :twisted:

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A jumper over a 9-10 (TDI-GND) pin pair of the JTAG USB connestor should suffice (considering the 1-2 pin pair is already used to activate the boot mode).

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:idea: TPI HMM!!
maybe i can hijack the signal to program a 6 pin tiny.

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nice work with LUFA by the way dean.

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TPI is currently untested - I'm awaiting some TINY10 samples so I can debug the code in LUFA.

Thanks!

- Dean :twisted:

Make Atmel Studio better with my free extensions. Open source and feedback welcome!