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  1. I still have 2-3 boards of my MSP430 G2 Mini Evaluation Board left over: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2615 SMD-parts are presoldered. If anyone is interested: 6$ (pcb & all parts, SMD pre-soldered) + 3$ postage (from Europe).
  2. In the datasheets it's written that you have to apply a voltage between 6 and 7 V (100mA) for at least 1ms to the TEST-pin to blow the JTAG security fuse. Is it that simple? Anything else to consider?
  3. Here's the image and thanks for the input. I'm really considering to add such a connector or chip with the next revision ...
  4. I have no experience with the CC2500 - only with Nordic's NRF24L01and Hope's RFM12b. They all have some kind of SPI-interface (SCLK, SDI, SDO etc.). Would be interesting but quite difficult to add an extra connector to the board so that you can stick those devices onto it. Maybe on the backside. Right now connectors for all the USI/SPI-ports are already there (P1.5-7). But the CC2500 looks quite interesting & promising too. I think I could get them for a Euro a piece ...
  5. Hi, I've developed a small and simple MSP430 G2 Evaluation Board. Nothing special but quite useful for experiments with MSP430G2 MCUs. features: MSP430G2 Evaluation Board_documentation.pdf
  6. I tend to say that sometimes, not always, in production it's only a question of price, availability and features. How much current they draw is secondary if those MCUs do not differ too much. And MSP430G2s are really cheap and capable MCUs.
  7. ROFL... the preference for creating coastlines? We'll see what I can do for the MSP430s... maybe some curvaceous layouts...
  8. After working with Atmel AVRs for some time I took a look at the MSP430s too and... loved it. Really nice to have such a terrific board for this MCU... So, many greetings to all of you and your projects!
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