Re: [softrock40] OT - Si570 programming / AVR Butterfly
- That's what I plan to do since this seems to be an "untapped" area. The
Butterfly IDE is pretty easy to use and if the AVR "C" compiler is anything
like Hitech's PIC C, it shouldn't be too hard to accomplish. Just need to
get the Si570's from SiLabs.
73 de Perry - K4PWO
----- Original Message -----
From: "Detrick Merz" <detrick@...>
Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2008 11:10 AM
Subject: [softrock40] OT - Si570 programming / AVR Butterfly
> Perhaps it's rude of me to say so, but why not start to learn to
> develop software for the Butterfly yourself? Maybe there are even
> some tutorials out there to get you started with some simple
> programming! Google results certainly look promising.
>> 1b. Re: OT - Si570 programming
>> Posted by: "Jose Bonanca" jbct1aos@... ct1aos
>> Date: Mon Jun 23, 2008 1:31 pm ((PDT))
>> I am in the same boat as you . I have the AVR BUTTERFLY for one year now
>> no one has developed the SW for it.
>> Mine is in a box waiting to be used one day.
>> Lets be patient and some day someone comes up with a solution
>> On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 9:24 PM, Perry - K4PWO <k4pwo@...> wrote:
>>> Anyone using the AVR Butterfly to program the Si570? A $19.50 each
>>> Digikey with a LCD diplay, Flash memory, and "joystick" button, it looks
>>> like it would work well.
>>> You just need an easy to make serial cable to program it.
>>> 73 de Perry - K4PWO
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