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'Searching for a good programmer for the 16c6x and '
1996\06\03@055342 by NEIL GANDLER

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I am looking for recommendations on a PIC programmer that covers the
complete 16CXX series or atleast the 16C6x and 16C7x series. I am
mostly concerned about the software similators that come with these kits. I
heard nightmares from people at my school who work with PIC programmers,
that the trial and error programming approach drives them nuts and
wastes alot of time. The only EMULATOR in my price range $200 only
emulates the 16C5x series, which has no interrupts, A/D, not enough
ports etc. A comprehensive similator is a must to reduce any programming
headaches.
I would like to keep the programmer/simulator expendature to less than $150
I would appreciate some advice and recommendations from people who have gone
through this before.


                               Neil Gandler

1996\06\03@062748 by Jattie van der Linde

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NEIL GANDLER wrote:
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>  I am looking for recommendations on a PIC programmer that covers the
> complete 16CXX series or atleast the 16C6x and 16C7x series.

The latest release of MPLAB from Microchip work very good for me. I can
send you a Complete vopy if u like. It's a window base program. I've
also got the DOS versions but thy're not so user friendly.

> I am
> mostly concerned about the software similators that come with these kits.

It's not so hard to learn to use the dos simulators and the Win version
is quite a bit easier to learn.

> I
> heard nightmares from people at my school who work with PIC programmers,
> that the trial and error programming approach drives them nuts and
> wastes alot of time. The only EMULATOR in my price range $200 only
> emulates the 16C5x series, which has no interrupts, A/D, not enough
> ports etc. A comprehensive similator is a must to reduce any programming
> headaches.
> I would like to keep the programmer/simulator expendature to less than $150

You can have the for free.

> I would appreciate some advice and recommendations from people who have gone
> through this before.
>
>                                 Neil Gandler

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