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A project log for TinyFPGA Programmer

A dirt cheap open hardware USB-JTAG board designed to program TinyFPGA A1 and A2 boards.

Luke ValentyLuke Valenty 10/07/2017 at 03:161 Comment

I've finally gone over the schematics of all my projects and organized them a little bit so they are nice and easy to follow.  For people that don't have KiCad installed, making the schematics available in PDF form is much more convenient and easy to share for quick reference.

You can view the PDF directly on GitHub: https://github.com/tinyfpga/TinyFPGA-A-Programmer/blob/master/board/TinyFPGA-A-Programmer.pdf, or you can take a look at the image included below.

I've also started a new Hackaday.io project, #The Hobbyist's Guide to FPGAs.  I'll be posting articles, tutorials, and hands on labs using the TinyFPGA boards as project logs.  If this sounds interesting to you then follow the project to be updated when new content is posted.

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petrenn wrote 12/03/2018 at 21:11 point

Luke, thanks for bringing this to the FPGA developer community! This is absolutely awesome- you have no idea how much good you did.. Just couple of notes: the download link for the schematic is pointing to the FPGA A1 board not to the programmer board featured in the image above, second  is it possible for you to make available the PIC1655 programming hex file?

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