About These Pages And The Author
by Martin Clausen (mc AT rotgradpsi DOT de)
Does everybody need a homepage? Probably not, but I hope I can present you some useful information on my pages.
Everything is blinking, spend more time one effects than on content? NO, I want to present information. I hope, I have enough to impress even without any flashy design. Straight and clear is the goal. Therefor: No Java, no ActiveX, no Frames, browser preferences.
I have developed most projects for my personal needs. But for the presentation I decided to split some of them up into parts or rip of the application specific part to make the designs more flexible. Therefore some projects come up as a solution to a problem, while other present more the general approach to address a class of problems and may need some adjustments to do their job in a way you want it.
Links and Changes
If you link this page to your own, please link to the main page (www.rotgradpsi.de/mc) because maybe I need to rearrange the files. Most changes are recorded at the page news. A lot of updates mean not that this project is unstable, but I work on it or I get a lot of feedback, which goes straight into the next version of the project. Please understand that it is impossible to test everything. Especially PICProg is sometimes difficult, because of the wide varity of chips and all their different revisions. Your feedback is welcome and required to keep the homepage alive!
All PC software is programmed with Power Basic 3.20. The 8051 software is programmed with Systronix RAD51. My source code is normally not freeware. If you find any error, please inform me. I know my programs, hope to find the error fast and make the solution available to everyone.
Anyone who wants to do a pcb for a project, can receive the schematic in EDWIN 1.50 format on request.
People that helped me with getting forward with these pages, the order does not mean anything:
Disclaimer: No warranty at all!
- Thomas Rehm for advice (general and on EMV) and discussion
- Thorsten Klose for discussion, encuraged me to build PICProg
- Peter Danegger for discussion
- Frank Karg for inspiration for AMP51Pure and AMP51Simple
- Charles Olson for PICProg debugging
- Eddie Kwan for PICProg debugging
- Giacomo Di Giacomo for PICProg debugging
- Milorad Vasilev for PICProg debugging
- Jason Alexander for PICProg debugging
- and all the people I forgot!
Copyright by Martin Clausen, Germany.
Contact the author: mc AT rotgradpsi DOT de