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Can you recommend an inexpensive product for flashing an in circuit (read: powered) ATMEGA32 via JTAG.

I have a parallel port available on my laptop dock/port replicator, which I am guessing may be the cheapest form of these. I intend to use PonyProg to flash the ATMEGA32. I do not need the capability to debug in line, but simply to load someone else's off the shelf program (monome firmware) to the ATMEGA32.

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I use Lady Ada's USBtinyISP with avrdude. The kit cost $22 and supports both the 6-pin and 10-pin interfaces. You can learn a lot more about making AVR target boards courtesy of the Evil Mad Scientist(s). I also found an Instructable for a truly bare-bones parallel port programmer.

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Are you sure you need a JTAG programmer? On most AVRs are two methods available to program the flash.

  • Isp Programming
  • Jtag Programming Isp programmer are cheaper, but JTAG supports debugging For Jtag are mainly two Programmer available: Dragon and JTAGice mkii
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