First, my thanks to @jmg
for the suggestion of using the N76E003 MCU
for a keypad controller.
This lead me to research the possibility which lead me to this video
From there I found this page
on the updated process in detail.
I love this concept and I was wondering if a paradigm like this exists for propeller?
Comments please, links, anything :smile:
I'll do the reading.
Ideally it would be nice to stick to all parallax products, but the cheapest version of the stamp that I could find is just too expensive compared to the N76E003 MCU
If this does not exist I will make the best first version of it that I'm capable of.
I propose that it is designed to work with SimpleIDE (C only) and that the two target technologies include the basic stamp, the SX28AC
, the N76E003 MCU, and one more MCU in the 50 to 75 cent range that is faster than the N76E003 MCU. A simple programmer board compatible with all of the above should not be that complex, at least I don't think.
With this we could program 5 MCU with the same C code and libraries.
I believe a program like this might being some new interest in the propeller as it will allow for a C standard for designing and integrating peripherals yet unknown.
What do you all think?
Anyone interested in the final product, or in helping?
@kwinn @macca @heater
I'd really value your opinions on this.
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