My first breadboardable ARM chip

About two years ago, I came across this postlpc1114fn28 in Hackaday.com that got me very excited. NXP brought out an ARM Cortex M0  processor in 28 pin PDIP package, the LPC1114FN28.

Come and see what I’ve done to make this breadboard friendly chip even more easier to use.

 

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