Testboard for AVR and PIC.

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Jojje
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Testboard for AVR and PIC.

#1 Post by Jojje » 25 Jul 2010, 03:20

When I was in hospital, I hade not much to do, so I design a Testboard for AVR and PIC uC.
It's designed for AVR 40-pins, but you can use a daughter card to change the pin configuration
for the uC in the middle, or put in another smaller one.

If you use female headers, you connect everything with breadboarding wires,
or 22 gauge solid-core wire, the same way you use on a breadboard, and it's
up to you what PORTS you connect the diffrent parts on the board.


If you like it, you can use it for private, but not for commercial use.

If you find anything I should change, I would like to know, and put it in my design.

/// Jojje
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Re: Testboard for AVR and PIC.

#2 Post by Mrdeb » 22 Apr 2011, 10:56

Nice work but IMO way to complex.
I use the KISS method.
here are the Diptrace files I have for a developement board that I designed.
Has lots of options as well as a user option of selecting which pins to detect status of port using LEDs.
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Re: Testboard for AVR and PIC.

#3 Post by Jacobaa » 22 Feb 2013, 08:53

I have checked thoroughly your project and arranging of Testboard for AVR and PIC. I found not a single mistake in it. This is really great project. Thank you so much for sharing with us.
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