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'[EE]:Programming Scenix chips'
2002\02\06@131044 by David VanHorn

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I am almost ready to play with the Scenix IRDA implementation.
I have the SX28 chips in hand, but I don't yet have a programmer.
What's the best option for basic function? (stuffing hex in the box)

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2002\02\06@150226 by Mitch Miller

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On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, David VanHorn wrote:

> I am almost ready to play with the Scenix IRDA implementation.
> I have the SX28 chips in hand, but I don't yet have a programmer.
> What's the best option for basic function? (stuffing hex in the box)

Only one I've used is the Parallax product.  When they first came out, I
thought they were the greatest thing since sliced bread.  However, the
more I used it, the more I got frustrated.  The source is closed, and not
well implemented.  The IDE has a large number of shortcomings ... standard
Windows keystrokes being one of them (hey, it _IS_ supposed to be a
Windows product).  Unfortunately, they've never done much to improve the
code base.

I've sorta gotten out of the SX stuff for now, but when I get started
again, I'll probably consider other products.

-- Mitch

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2002\02\06@152910 by jamesnewton

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Parallax has OPENED the source for the SXKey IDE and some improvements have
already been made and are available at
http://www.sxlist.com

There is certainly room for more. Please consider contributing.


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2002\02\06@162414 by jamesnewton

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Ubicom did not purchase Scenix. Scenix just changed it's name.

They are concentrating on the new IP2K chip but still make and support the
SX chips.

SX chips are alive and well! See
http://www.sxlist.com
and look at the contests!

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2002\02\06@174219 by Eric Smith

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Mitch Miller <mitchspamKILLspamMDMILLER.COM> writes about the SX-Key:
> Only one I've used is the Parallax product.  When they first came out, I
> thought they were the greatest thing since sliced bread.  However, the
> more I used it, the more I got frustrated.  The source is closed,

Actually Parallax has released the source code.  It's on their web
site.  I haven't yet heard of anyone publishing improvements, though.

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