Re: programming the Hilltopper Arduino chip



My experience predates yours by a little, starting with IBM1620 punched cards programming in Fortran in 1967, BSChE in 1969.  Lot of different computers, lot of different programs focused on process control.  Unbelievable advancements over the years.  BTW Ralph Noyce who co-founded Fairchild in 1957 and Intel in 1968 was son of our small-town preacher.  He told us teenagers once on a visit he couldn't believe he was paid so well to do work he considered a hobby.

Am looking forward to building a 17M Hiltopper using 20M as basis.  Am not planning to buy any Atmel chips, just reprogram the one that comes with the radio.

Curt KB5JO

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