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PIC Microcontrollers : An Introduction to Microelectronics

By: Bates, Martin P.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2011Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (457 p.).ISBN: 9780080969169.Subject(s): Mechatronics | Microcontrollers - Programming | Microelectronics | Microprocessors | Microprocessors -- Programming | Programmable controllersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: PIC Microcontrollers : An Introduction to MicroelectronicsDDC classification: 621 | 629.8 | 629.8/95 | 629.89 | 629.895 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; PIC Microcontrollers: An Introduction to Microelectronics; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the Third Edition; Introduction to the Third Edition; Part 1 - Getting Started; Chapter 1 - Computer Systems; 1.1. Personal Computer System; 1.2. Word-Processor Operation; 1.3. Microprocessor Systems; 1.4. Microcontroller Applications; Questions 1; Chapter 2 - Microcontroller Operation; 2.1. Microcontroller Architecture; 2.2. Program Operations; Questions 2; Chapter 3 - A Simple PIC Application; 3.1. Hardware Design; 3.2. Program Execution; 3.3. Program BIN1; 3.4. Assembly Language
Questions 3Chapter 4 - PIC Program Development; 4.1. Program Development; 4.2. Program Design; 4.3. Program Editing; 4.4. Program Structure; 4.5. Program Analysis; 4.6. Program Assembly; 4.7. Program Simulation; 4.8. Program Downloading; 4.9. Program Testing; Questions 4; Part 2 - PIC Microcontrollers; Chapter 5 - PIC Architecture; 5.1. Block Diagram; 5.2. Program Execution; 5.3. File Register Set; Questions 5; Chapter 6 - Programming Techniques; 6.1. Program Timing; 6.2. Hardware Counter/Timer; 6.3. Interrupts; 6.4. Register Operations; 6.5. Special Features; 6.6. Assembler Directives
6.7. Pseudo-Instructions6.8. Numerical Types; 6.9. Data Table; Questions 6; Chapter 7 - PIC Development Systems; 7.1. In-Circuit Programming; 7.2. PICkit2 Demo System; 7.3. PIC 16F690 Chip; 7.4. Test Program; 7.5. Analogue Input; 7.6. Simulation Test; 7.7. Hardware Test; 7.8. Other PIC Demo Kits; 7.9. In-Circuit Debugging; 7.10. In-Circuit Emulation; Questions 7; Part 3 - PIC Applications; Chapter 8 - Application Design; 8.1. Design Specification; 8.2. Hardware Design; 8.3. Software Design; 8.4. Program Implementation; Questions 8; Chapter 9 - Program Debugging; 9.1. Syntax Errors
9.2. Logical Errors9.3. Test Schedule; 9.4. Interactive Debugging; 9.5. Hardware Testing; Questions 9; Chapter 10 - Hardware Prototyping; 10.1. Hardware Design; 10.2. Hardware Construction; 10.3. Dizi84 Board Design; 10.4. Dizi84 Applications; Questions 10; Chapter 11 - PIC Motor Applications; 11.1. Motor Control; 11.2. Motor Application Board MOT2; 11.3. Motor Control Methods; 11.4. Test Programs for MOT2; 11.5. Closed Loop Speed Control; 11.6. Motor Control Modules; Questions 11; Part 4 - Microcontroller Systems; Chapter 12 - More PIC Microcontrollers; 12.1. Common Features
12.2. Device Selection12.3. Peripheral Interfaces; 12.4. Serial Ports; Questions 12; Chapter 13 - More PIC Applications; 13.1. TEMCON2 Temperature Controller; 13.2. Simplified Temperature Controllers; 13.3. PIC C Programming; Questions 13; Chapter 14 - More Control Systems; 14.1. Other Microcontrollers; 14.2. Microprocessor Systems; 14.3. Control Technologies; 14.4. Control System Design; Questions 14; Part 5 - Appendices; Appendix A - Binary Numbers; A.1. Number Systems; A.2. Numerical Conversion; A.3. Binary Arithmetic; Appendix B - Microelectronic Devices; B.1. Digital Devices
B.2. Combinational Logic
Summary: PIC Microcontrollers provides a comprehensive and fully illustrated introduction to microelectronic systems principles using the best-selling PIC16 range. Building on the success of previous editions, this third edition will enable readers to understand PIC products and related programming tools, and develop relevant design skills in order to successfully create new projects. Key features include: Initial focus on the 16F84A chip to introduce the basic architecture and programming techniques, progressing to more recently introduced devices, such as the 16F690, and comparison
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Front Cover; PIC Microcontrollers: An Introduction to Microelectronics; Copyright; Contents; Preface to the Third Edition; Introduction to the Third Edition; Part 1 - Getting Started; Chapter 1 - Computer Systems; 1.1. Personal Computer System; 1.2. Word-Processor Operation; 1.3. Microprocessor Systems; 1.4. Microcontroller Applications; Questions 1; Chapter 2 - Microcontroller Operation; 2.1. Microcontroller Architecture; 2.2. Program Operations; Questions 2; Chapter 3 - A Simple PIC Application; 3.1. Hardware Design; 3.2. Program Execution; 3.3. Program BIN1; 3.4. Assembly Language

Questions 3Chapter 4 - PIC Program Development; 4.1. Program Development; 4.2. Program Design; 4.3. Program Editing; 4.4. Program Structure; 4.5. Program Analysis; 4.6. Program Assembly; 4.7. Program Simulation; 4.8. Program Downloading; 4.9. Program Testing; Questions 4; Part 2 - PIC Microcontrollers; Chapter 5 - PIC Architecture; 5.1. Block Diagram; 5.2. Program Execution; 5.3. File Register Set; Questions 5; Chapter 6 - Programming Techniques; 6.1. Program Timing; 6.2. Hardware Counter/Timer; 6.3. Interrupts; 6.4. Register Operations; 6.5. Special Features; 6.6. Assembler Directives

6.7. Pseudo-Instructions6.8. Numerical Types; 6.9. Data Table; Questions 6; Chapter 7 - PIC Development Systems; 7.1. In-Circuit Programming; 7.2. PICkit2 Demo System; 7.3. PIC 16F690 Chip; 7.4. Test Program; 7.5. Analogue Input; 7.6. Simulation Test; 7.7. Hardware Test; 7.8. Other PIC Demo Kits; 7.9. In-Circuit Debugging; 7.10. In-Circuit Emulation; Questions 7; Part 3 - PIC Applications; Chapter 8 - Application Design; 8.1. Design Specification; 8.2. Hardware Design; 8.3. Software Design; 8.4. Program Implementation; Questions 8; Chapter 9 - Program Debugging; 9.1. Syntax Errors

9.2. Logical Errors9.3. Test Schedule; 9.4. Interactive Debugging; 9.5. Hardware Testing; Questions 9; Chapter 10 - Hardware Prototyping; 10.1. Hardware Design; 10.2. Hardware Construction; 10.3. Dizi84 Board Design; 10.4. Dizi84 Applications; Questions 10; Chapter 11 - PIC Motor Applications; 11.1. Motor Control; 11.2. Motor Application Board MOT2; 11.3. Motor Control Methods; 11.4. Test Programs for MOT2; 11.5. Closed Loop Speed Control; 11.6. Motor Control Modules; Questions 11; Part 4 - Microcontroller Systems; Chapter 12 - More PIC Microcontrollers; 12.1. Common Features

12.2. Device Selection12.3. Peripheral Interfaces; 12.4. Serial Ports; Questions 12; Chapter 13 - More PIC Applications; 13.1. TEMCON2 Temperature Controller; 13.2. Simplified Temperature Controllers; 13.3. PIC C Programming; Questions 13; Chapter 14 - More Control Systems; 14.1. Other Microcontrollers; 14.2. Microprocessor Systems; 14.3. Control Technologies; 14.4. Control System Design; Questions 14; Part 5 - Appendices; Appendix A - Binary Numbers; A.1. Number Systems; A.2. Numerical Conversion; A.3. Binary Arithmetic; Appendix B - Microelectronic Devices; B.1. Digital Devices

B.2. Combinational Logic

PIC Microcontrollers provides a comprehensive and fully illustrated introduction to microelectronic systems principles using the best-selling PIC16 range. Building on the success of previous editions, this third edition will enable readers to understand PIC products and related programming tools, and develop relevant design skills in order to successfully create new projects. Key features include: Initial focus on the 16F84A chip to introduce the basic architecture and programming techniques, progressing to more recently introduced devices, such as the 16F690, and comparison

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