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The whole thing. All the things that makes our system. I was also thinking in changing it to CUDP (Communitary Universal Device Programmer), as it will also support PROMs, EPROMs, EEPROMs etc, but I think CUMP is better.
DH (Development Host)
The computer, Palm-Pilot, HP calculator, anything used to send the data to the mother board (see below).
DHA (Development Host Application)
The software running on the DH.
MB (Mother Board)
The programmer. The unity with will hold the 'F877, the power suply, and aditional support components.
MBA (Mother Board Aplication)
The software running on the MB.
DB (Daughter Board)
The optional board that can be attached to the MB containig the actual ZIF socket (and optionally a serial EEPROM) where the device to be programmed will be "socketed".
The device that will be programmed, or is attached to the circuit by a ICSP cable or a DB.    

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