Intro PIC Micros (UBP91G)


One of the major developments in electronics recently has been the explosion in the popularity of microcontrollers. In particular the PIC series of processors. A microcontroller is effectively a simple computer on a single chip, complete with microprocessor, input/output ports, RAM and ROM to contain the program. A single 18 or 28 pin PIC processor can often replace a dozen or more conventional logic devices, with a substantial saving in cost, size and weight. Also the versatility of a microprocessor based design means that it is often possible to incorporate useful ''extras'' in the design that would be difficult or impossible using conventional logic circuitry.

Designing your own PIC based projects may seem a daunting task but it is really not too difficult provided you have some previous experience of electronics. The PIC processors have plenty of useful features, but they are still reasonable simple and straightforward to use. This book should contain everything you need to know.

- The PIC register set.
- Numbering systems.
- Bitwise operations and rotation.
- The PIC instruction set.
- Using interrupts.
- Using the analogue to digital converter.
- Clock circuits.
- Using the real time clock counter (RTCC).
- Using subroutines.
- Driving seven segment displays.

Author: Penfold, R A. Bernard Berbani Publishing.

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This product was added to our catalogue on Monday 01 May, 2006.

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