Sunday, 13 January 2013

Microcontroller Programming: The Microchip PIC

The book is intended as a resource kit for PIC microcontroller programming. But programming microcontrollers is a different paradigm from microprocessor programming. PIC programming requires a set of skills and a knowledge base quite different from the one needed by a computer programmer. The reason is that the designer/programmer is responsible for the entire system. A typical embedded system has no DOS, Windows, or UNIX software to handle the operational and housekeeping chores.
Thus, the PIC programmer provides all the functionality needed by the application with very little assistance from other programs. This makes the microcontroller programmer an application developer, a system's programmer, and an input/output specialist, all at the same time.

Chapter 1 - Basic Electronics
Chapter 2 - Number Systems
Chapter 3 - Data Types and Data Storage
Chapter 4 - Digital Logic, Arithmetic, and Conversions
Chapter 5 - Circuits and Logic Gates
Chapter 6 - Circuit Components
Chapter 7 - The Microchip PIC
Chapter 8 - Mid-range PIC Architecture
Chapter 9 - PIC Programming: Tools and Techniques
Chapter 10 - Programming Essentials: Input and Output
Chapter 11 - Interrupts
Chapter 12 - Timers and Counters
Chapter 13 - LCD Interfacing and Programming
Chapter 14 - Communications
Chapter 15 - Data EEPROM Programming
Chapter 16 - Analog to Digital and Realtime Clocks

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