A universal programmer that operates independant of operating system, can program any device via "daughter boards"(DBs) which are adaptor boards that will plug into the main board. The Main Board (MB) will have various circuits designed to provide compatability with almost any device. There will be a power supply board that is seperate, due to the large amount of argument surrounding that subject. There will also be a one time programming board to get the firmware onto the MCU on the MB. And, there will be a board for communication interfacing so that the programmer will not be resricted to any specific protocol.
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