- dsPIC30F2011 These can be sampled from Microchip's sample siteProgrammer
- the drawback to using a dsPIC is the complicated programming procedure. The easiest way to program it is to use a Microchip ICD2, however these run fairly expensive. I have not tried this, but apparently the utilities found at http://homerreid.ath.cx/misc/dspicprg/
can be used with a homemade JDM Programmer.IC sockets
- I used 2 8-pin DIP sockets(a single 18 pin or 16 pin would have also worked). These are necessary for removing and replacing the IC for programming and debugging.NES ControllerDremel with a cutting bitSharp knifeSoldering iron and small gauge electrical solderDesoldering pumpFlush cutters, or wire cuttersNeedlenose pliersStandard Ethernet (CAT-5) cablingA good amount of small gauge wire
- I used the innards of extra CAT-5 cable.3G or 4G iPod
.A plug for the remote jack on the iPod
. This is the most difficult to acquire. Several suggestions are made at iPod Linux's site
I used a small piece of a shattered old memory module that perfectly fit the remote plug, but any of the other solutions also work.