Guide to Picmicro Microcontrollers

Guide to Picmicro Microcontrollers

by Carl Bergquist
     
 

Aimed at both students and seasoned users, this book will take the reader though the peripheral interface controller (PIC) like no other text. PICs have been described as the hobby chip of the '90s due to their ease of use. Hardware and software are also discussed in detail. Topics include: physical appearance, electrical structure, software requirements,

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Aimed at both students and seasoned users, this book will take the reader though the peripheral interface controller (PIC) like no other text. PICs have been described as the hobby chip of the '90s due to their ease of use. Hardware and software are also discussed in detail. Topics include: physical appearance, electrical structure, software requirements, hardware requirements, prototype layout boards, simple PIC programmers, PIC instruction set, use of the Microchip tools including MPLAB and Technical Library, software applications, software codes, and 8-10 PIC projects.

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Berquist (an author and photojournalist) offers a hobbyist's guide to PICMICRO MCUs. Chapters introduce the technology and discuss specific projects like prototype boards, PIC16CXXX/PIC16F84 PC-based development programs, led flashers, digital four-channel voltmeters, read tables, resistance/capacitance measuring systems, digital clocks, and microcontroller software. An appendix lists sources. A glossary is also included. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780790612171
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
12/28/2000
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
7.46(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.66(d)

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