This work provides a comprehensive introduction to the PIC family of microcontrollers. It begins with the basics of the PIC chip, and then demonstrates how PIC microcontrollers are architected, programmed and interfaced with the outside world. The book introduces the reader to microprocessor concepts common to all families of microcontrollers and demonstrates how to determine which microcontroller is most suitable. It also contains more than 30 experiments and 12 complete projects demonstrating various PIC applications. An accompanying diskette provides the software tools needed to programme PIC applications on either DOS or Windows PCs.
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For complete, practical insight into the chip that is quickly becoming the microcontroller of choice throughout the world. The use of Microchip's PIC family of microcontrollers is growing rapidly worldwide. This tutorial/disk package is unique in providing you with a complete understanding of the PIC chip and all the information needed to design and debut tailor-made applications using the PIC family of devices. Programming and Customizing the PIC Microcontroller details the features of the PIC microcontroller and how different devices are accessed and controlled. It shows what happens within the PIC when an instruction is executed and how PICs can be interfaced with external devices. The heart of the book includes: 12 complete projects which illustrate the PIC's capabilities; over 30 experiments to reinforce your grasp of how the PIC works; a discussion of how the devices are electronically programmed; an explanation of the tools used for developing code for PIC applications; suggestions for debugging and easier code development. A diskette augments the book by offering all the Microchip software tools needed to program the PIC, sample application programs, and reusable code. Extensive appendixes include additional resources that can help you in developing and debugging PIC applications as well as tips on how to avoid typical application problems.About the Author:
Myke Predko holds a BSEE from the University of Waterloo. Living in Toronto, Canada, he is the author of 13 books, published by McGraw-Hill, on different topics in electronics and engineering. Among his best sellers are: Programming and Customizing PIC Microcontrollers, 123 Robotics Experiments for the Evil Genius, Build Your Own SUMO-Bot, and Build Your Own Robot Kit. He is the co-author of the upcoming MONSTER book, Robot Builder’s Bonanza, 3e.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Har/Dsk. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0079136451
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