This powerful little microcontroller was designed for Oxford V.U.E.'s use in our products, but is now available to the public. Hobbyist and OEM inquiries welcome.
Contact Dave Flynn at Oxford V.U.E., Inc. +1(626) 256-6557
The schematic is in six pages grouped by function.
Visit Microchip's web site for more info on their microcontrollers.
This StuffIt file contains the open source macro assembler I built so I could develop software and program "The Brain" using only my PowerMac G4/400. MacroPIC.sit It was written in RealBasic 4.0 so it's slow (about 3000 lines per second), but is a simple one step 'drop .asm file here' to use program.
A 10 base-T connected programmer is available. Yes, I use one of these micro's as my programmer.