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MPC8260ADS-FLASH Digi-Key Freescale Semiconductor Programmers, Development Systems FLASH CHIP 8260ADS
CWS-PPC-FLASH-CX Digi-Key Freescale Semiconductor Programmers, Development Systems SOFTWARE CW PPC CM - FLASH ON
6.20.12 NAND-FLASH EVAL Digi-Key Segger Microcontroller Systems Programmers, Development Systems BOARD EVAL NAND FLASH
8.08.11 J-LINK/J-FLASH BUNDLE Digi-Key Segger Microcontroller Systems Programmers, Development Systems JTAG EMULATOR FOR ARM CORES
8.16.11 J-LINK ULTRA/J-FLASH BUNDLE Digi-Key Segger Microcontroller Systems Programmers, Development Systems EMULATOR FOR ARM AND CORTEX-M3
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  • Programming Baseline Flash Devices with PICkit TM 1
    The PICkit 1 Baseline Flash Programmer PC application together with the PICkit 1 Flash Starter Kit firmware version 2.0.0 or later can program baseline Flash devices. This Technical Brief discusses the programming of the following Baseline Flash devices: * PIC12F508/509 and PIC16F505
  • Low Cost USB Microcontroller Programmer The building of the PICkit TM 1 FLASH Starter Kit
    The PICkit TM 1 FLASH Starter Kit is a low cost programmer for Microchip's 8/14-pin FLASH microcontrollers. On the surface, the PICkit 1 is an easy to use programmer. What may not be so obvious to its user is the PICkit 1 is also a useful design example illustrating primarily two things: (1
  • KeeLoQ HCS30X, HCS200 Stand-Alone Programmer
    This application note describes how to implement a KEELOQ stand-alone programmer using a Microchip PIC16F84A microcontroller. The PIC16F84A is a FLASH microcontroller with 64 bytes of internal EEPROM that, in this design, is used to store the incremental serial number programmed into HCS encoders
  • AVR109: Self Programming
    This application note describes how an AVR with the Store Program Memory (SPM) instruction can be configured for Self-programming. The sample application communicates via the UART with a PC running the AVR Open Source Programmer (AVROSP) from Application note AVR911. This enables Flash and EEPROM
  • Medical Device Link .
    be developed right out of the box in three easy steps, according to marketing director Jerry Shapiro. The user interface is designed in HTML and then compiled using the company's proprietary uHTML tool. This is then programmed via the onboard flash memory. The kit comes bundled with the company's uHTML

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