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Tic-tac sized usb avr programmer

This is my board layout for USBasp programmer. On that programmer homepage is a lot of designs, different MCU types and package sizes of processors. But nothing that I would like. I wanted really small size but with the same features. I used the original schematics from Fischl and created new layout with some SMD parts. The biggest problem was with the biggest part - Atmega8. I have tried lot of layouts of MCU and connectors but this final seems to be the best. Someone have similar but I wanted stick all parts together as much as it was possible. Some resistors and capacitors were replaced by SMD packages.

I was using also AvrUSBboot but it happened a lot of times that the MCU somehow slightly reprogrammed itself and that made me always crazy. So only the programmer firmware is on the bottom of this page in attachments.

Jumper1 selects if you want power to the target device. It's 5V board so you can program only 5V targets.
JP2 - connecting pin 1-2 will use slower clock cycle because the firmware is older one a cannot change the speed with software from PC.
connecting pin 2-3 has no purpose, this was uses in original design to start bootloader.

Also look on my voltage level converter for programming 3.3V targets.






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Martin Hubáček,
30 Jan 2011, 04:00
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NewProgrammerFW.zip
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Martin Hubáček,
30 Jan 2011, 03:46
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Martin Hubáček,
30 Jan 2011, 03:39
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Martin Hubáček,
30 Jan 2011, 03:39
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usbNewProgrammer.zip
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Martin Hubáček,
30 Jan 2011, 03:39
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