The BDAQ is based around the ATMega128 - this has two main advantages. Firstly, the development tools are available as freeware from Atmel. Secondly, the ATMega128 can be programmed either by an AVRISP or a serial bootloader.
With the configuration available in HyKim it is possible to:
- generate an executable on a PC,
- transfer the executable wirelessly to the CM-iGLX, then
- transfer the executable to UART1 via CM-iGLX's COM2 port
The BDAQ can be programmed in either of these ways.