Kyle Winfree on 9 Jun 2010 11:27:49 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] PIC Programmers?

Hi Eric,
     This looks really good.  I was looking at the Amtel chips, but 
hadn't yet come across this.  Now to just see if I can install the 
libraries before I buy a board (Mandriva isn't listed as readily 
supported on their website).
Thanks again,

On 06/09/2010 12:55 PM, Eric H. Johnson wrote:
> Kyle,
> I don't have much experience with PIC micro controllers, although I helped
> my brother with some C programming when he was using PIC based RFID readers.
> If you are not familiar with it, another controller you might want to look
> into is the Arduino project.
> Introduction:
> Home Page:
> Some neat projects:
> Unlike PIC, Arduino is completely open source, both from a hardware and
> software perspective. You can buy off the shelf boards or roll your own from
> the provided schematics, eagle files, etc.
> Regards,
> Eric
>       Does anyone in our group have experience with PIC micro controller
> programming?  I have some basic questions I would like to ask before I
> dive into purchasing hardware.  What about experience with other low
> power micro controllers?
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