Serial Bootloader for Microchip, Atmel, NXP, TI, 8051 microcontrolers
What is it? It's a Bootloader for Microchip, Atmel, NXP, TI and 8051 devices. A Bootloader is a firmware running in the microcontroler device which allows the user to send it's own firmware without the need of a programmer. This Bootloader consists of: - firmwares for many devices (this firmware need to be send to the device's flash memory with a programmer, only once) - a PC software which communicates with the bootloader firmware in the device and send the user's program in its memory Where does it come from? This Bootloader is based on "Tiny PIC Bootloader" made by Claudiu Chiculita. A special THANK to him!!! What can it do? It can program: - Microchip PIC10/12/16/18/24/32/dsPIC30/33 - Atmel ATtiny, ATmega - TI MPS430 - NXP ARM Cortex-M0+ - Silicon Labs C8051 And this: - with light modifications to the Bootloader firmware for new devices - without modifying your source code or using a special linker script - via GUI or command line prog - with automatic Reset
Rigol (DS1052E) HMI
Get, record, display and save DSO data. RigolDso is a Java application that is useful to get data from a Rigol DS1052E digital oscilloscope. The idea is about to use the DSO for get measure (without PC control) and then easily and fastly transfer data to PC (USB) for documentation of a project. You can show data and parameters about measures save them in CSV files or (in future) bitmap, pdf, ps. I don't wish to control the DSO but read, manipulate and save data. It is a java application but at this moment it work on linux only, but I think it should be easy get it working for M$W. It works but it is a beta version, your linux user has to be able to read and write on "/dev/usbtmc0" (see readme.txt" file).