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1999\02\23@011918 by GTE

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1999\02\23@091032 by WIL REEDER

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Hi Oliver,
I have a NOPPP built out of the bench scrap box. Works fine for 16x84
chips. I use mine with my notebook at the cottage and can leave the
Picstart+ at home. I use MPLAB with mine but as long as your compiler
produces the hex file output you can just load it into the NOPPP shareware
and it will program your chip!


Wil Reeder
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Vancouver,Canada 0x33
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From: GTE <.....oliverpKILLspamspam@spam@GTE.NET>
To: PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
Subject: NOPPP question
Date: Monday, February 22, 1999 10:06 PM

Has anyone used or heard anything about the NOPPP(no parts pick programmer)
that was featured in an article in Electronics Now a while back? I want to
use it for creating LCD display driver and other simple pic modules to be
used with stamps and other pics. I plan on using this with the MEL basic
compiler. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Thanx

1999\02\23@112327 by John Mitchell

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On Mon, 22 Feb 1999, GTE wrote:

> Has anyone used or heard anything about the NOPPP(no parts pick
> programmer) that was featured in an article in Electronics Now a while
> back?

Someone noted on this list that the one in Electronics Now can be flakey
-- Mr. Covington has an updated version on this page:

       http://www.mindspring.com/~covington/noppp/

He also references two kit suppliers, a power supply circuit, assembly
tips, and an experimental circuit using logic instead of diodes: may be
better for longer cable lengths.


- j

1999\02\23@133409 by Joe and Pam

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I use the NOPPP to learn about the PIC controller.  So far - it works
great!!  I program 16f84 chips and have had no problem whatsoever - but
you compiler has to produce hex files.  I use mine with MPLAB.

Joe

1999\02\24@131003 by Chad Bonner

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I built the one in the magazine and it works fine.  I use it with MPLAB and
have no problems.






At 10:06 PM 2/22/99 -0800, you wrote:
>   Has anyone used or heard anything about the  NOPPP(no parts pick
>programmer) that was featured in an article in Electronics  Now a while
>back? I want to use it for creating LCD display driver and other  simple
>pic modules to be used with stamps and other pics. I plan on using this
>with the MEL basic compiler. Any thoughts would be appreciated.   Thanx

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