PIC'n Up The Pace is an intermediate level applications guide covering Microchip Technology's PIC Microcontrollers. Serial communication as a means of transferring data between PIC's and peripheral chips and also between two or more PIC's is described. Use of the 93C46 serial EEPROM is detailed as an example. Since we live in an analog world, A/D and D/A are discussed with several methods illustrated for each. Conditioning signals from sensors with an analog voltage output is described. Interfacing PIC controlled systems with humans requires some math, binary to decimal conversion and vice versa, alphanumeric LCD intefacing and scanning keypads. Single wire serial communication with a PIC-controlled LCD module which can be built by the reader is included. A digital thermometer example projects brings these topics together as an example. Finally, PIC16C84/PIC16F84 data EEPROM memory, program memory paging and locating tables in program memory are discussed.
Table of Contents
CIRCUIT MODULES FOR EXPERIMENTS
SERIAL COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TWO PIC MICROCONTROLLERS
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY INTERFACE
DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERSION
SENSORS - ANALOG VOLTAGE OUTPUT
ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION
SIMPLE DIGITAL VOLTMETER EXPERIMENT
TALKING TO A PIC MICROCONTROLLER WITH A PC VIA A WINDOWS TERMINAL PROGRAM
SIMPLE DATA LOGGER EXPERIMENT
MOV'n UP OR DOWN
PIC12F675 - 8-PIN MICROCONTROLLER
CIRCUIT MODULES FOR F870 EXPERIMENTS
PROGRAMMING THE F870 USING A DEVICE PROGRAMMER
PORTING YOUR APPLICATION FROM F84 To F870 - F870 PROGRAMMED VIA A DEVICE PROGRAMMER
USING THE ICD2 AS A MINI IN-CIRCUIT DEBUGGER FOR F84, F628 ETC.
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