Truong’s Sega Security PIC Talker (SSPTalker) was used to document and verify the Lindbergh family Security PIC data for the trurip Media Database Project while retaining Chihiro/Naomi/Triforce Security PIC compatibility.
While it was possible to add in a few data/clocks to the original design, we opted to use the DEV-PIC18F67J50 board, and design a “SSPTalker Shield”.
Prototype Shield #1
This prototype had an error which is fixed on the final version (hence the patch wire)
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In this way, we saved the cost of having to use a new MCU for each project and allows for faster prototyping of future projects.
The GUI has been completely redesigned and Lindbergh support has been added.
Raw pic datafiles are signed and AES encrypted to the user that created the datafile
Library function to sort datafiles for later restoration to a blank PIC16F628(A) or PIC16F648(A)