•Explore in detail microcontroller interfacing techniques using the popular PIC 16F877
•Work through step-by-step examples interactively using circuit simulation software, supplied as assembly source code
•Gain the knowledge of a wide range of peripheral devices such as keyboards, displays, sensors and drives and serial communication with other processors, memory and more
•Use interactive simulation software to design and test circuits
Interfacing PIC Microcontrollers provides a thorough introduction to interfacing techniques for students, hobbyists and engineers looking to take their knowledge of PIC application development to the next level. Each chapter ends with suggestions for further applications, based on the examples given, and numerous line drawings illustrate application of the hardware.
Step-by-step examples in assembly language are used to illustrate a comprehensive set of interfaces, and these can be run interactively on circuit simulation software, used to aid understanding without the need to build real hardware.
A companion website includes all examples in the text which can be downloaded together with a free version of Proteus’s ISIS Lite: picmicros.org.uk
*Comprehensive coverage of a topic not widely explored in the wealth of PIC books on the market, concentrating on the popular PIC16F877 device
*Circuit simulation software allows step-by-step examples, supplied as assembly source code, to be run interactively - aiding student, technician and hobbyist learning.
*A companion website includes all examples in the text which can be downloaded together with a free version of Proteus's ISIS Lite: picmicros.org.uk
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About the Author
Martin Bates is one of the leading authors specializing in introductory level texts on PIC microcontrollers for the academic, professional and hobby markets, with 20 years’ experience of teaching microprocessor systems.