Yes, Uzebox is currently setup to work on the 28mhz.
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P.S. I must confess that I'm fighting the urge to make a double-sided component placement version with the QFN packaged part to see just how small it could be made. Fit it inside a USB dongle for power, then use an FDTI USB->Serial chip along with a boot loader on the AVR to flash the program area ...
- Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:23 pm
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: Turbo Charge your Uzebox: Upcoming ATmega1284P
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Sweet I will buy one of those!!!
- Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:15 pm
- Forum: General Discussions
- Topic: New Features Incubator
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This is similar to the SD interface we were looking at. It would only add two capacitors and a SD port.antibyte wrote:...add a few resistors and an USB connector to the project!
Why not buy an NTSC to PAL converter box? I found one for $30.00 USD http://sewelldirect.com/MayFlash-NTSC-t ... verter.asp.
How would it support both?uze6666 wrote:If wired correctly, it will support both NES and digital joysticks with no change at all to the software!