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'[PIC]: PIC Handy Board???'
2001\04\11@162546 by Thomas N

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Hi everyone,

Quick question for you:

Is there any "Handy Board" out there that's made for the PICmicro?  Is there
any similar board out there?  I want to develop a similar system as the
Handy board, but I am not sure where to start.  Please help!


Thanks
Thomas

P.S.  The Handy Board is develop by MIT and it is made for HC11 Micro.

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2001\04\11@180604 by Olin Lathrop

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> Is there any "Handy Board" out there that's made for the PICmicro?  Is
there
> any similar board out there?  I want to develop a similar system as the
> Handy board, but I am not sure where to start.  Please help!

I don't know what a "handy board" is, but Jameco has boards for simple PIC
prototyping.  There is usually circuitry for the oscillator, power, ground,
MCLR, and a holes array for adding your own stuff.


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2001\04\11@201725 by Dan Michaels

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Thomas N wrote:

>
>Is there any "Handy Board" out there that's made for the PICmicro?  Is there
>any similar board out there?  I want to develop a similar system as the
>Handy board, but I am not sure where to start.  Please help!
>

Hello Thomas, I have looked around for such a board in the past, but
not found one. If you want to find more info about the original HC11
boards, I have some links here:

http://www.oricomtech.com/emerge6.htm#Des2

Since there are no PIC Handyboards that I know of, I decided to
build my own - but haven't had much time to follow this up as yet.
Some info about this idea is here:

http://www.oricomtech.com/projects.htm#Bot2

best regards,
- dan michaels
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2001\04\13@111750 by Mohamed Eldesoky

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Do you mean HAndy device that is part of Oxygen project!!!????

Mohamed Eldesoky
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2001\04\13@120521 by Dan Michaels

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Mohamed Eldesoky wrote:
>Do you mean HAndy device that is part of Oxygen project!!!????
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Handy 21 and Handy board are 2 totally different projects from MIT.
Handy board was designed more than 5 years ago for control of small
robots, and originally developed in their robotics course 6.270:

http://www.handyboard.com/
http://www.mit.edu:8001/courses/6.270/home.html

Handy 21, or H21, is part of the MIT Oxygen project, and meant to be
a general-purpose computing and communications device - kind of the
ultimate Palm Pilot:

http://www.oxygen.lcs.mit.edu/
http://www.oxygen.lcs.mit.edu/H21.html

Apparently the funny name [Oxygen] comes from the idea that H21's
will eventually be as ubiquitous as oxygen.

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- dan michaels
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