TITLE: David Taits Inexpensive 16F84 PIC Programmer
AUTHOR: Chuck McManis
LAST UPDATE: 1-Jan-1999


I’ve archived copies of David’s original work that spawned a hundred imitations.

David’s work was seminal in that it created the opportunity for literally anybody to program the PIC16C84 (which was the first EEPROM based, and thus re-programmable, PIC.) It didn’t hurt that Microchip was giving away the assembler for free on their web site.


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Some MSPaint artwork that can be used to layout a printed circuit board for the programmer.

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Collection of frequently asked questions about the programmer.

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The original programming code and its documentation.

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The last MS-DOS based software package I could find.