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PIC Basic Projects : 30 Projects using PIC BASIC and PIC BASIC PRO

By: Ibrahim, Dogan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Jordan Hill : Elsevier Science, 2014Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (378 p.).ISBN: 9780080464978.Subject(s): Integrated circuits - Design and construction | Microelectronics | Programmable controllers | Programmable controllersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: PIC Basic Projects : 30 Projects using PIC BASIC and PIC BASIC PRODDC classification: 629.89 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Contents; Preface; 1 Microcontroller systems; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Microcontroller systems; 1.2.1 RAM; 1.2.2 ROM; 1.2.3 EPROM; 1.2.4 EEPROM; 1.2.5 Flash EEPROM; 1.3 Microcontroller features; 1.3.1 Supply voltage; 1.3.2 The clock; 1.3.3 Timers; 1.3.4 Watchdog; 1.3.5 Reset input; 1.3.6 Interrupts; 1.3.7 Brown-out detector; 1.3.8 Analogue-to-digital converter; 1.3.9 Serial I/O; 1.3.10 EEPROM data memory; 1.3.11 LCD drivers; 1.3.12 Analogue comparator; 1.3.13 Real-time clock; 1.3.14 Sleep mode; 1.3.15 Power-on reset; 1.3.16 Low power operation; 1.3.17 Current sink/source capability
1.4 Microcontroller architectures1.4.1 RISC and CISC; 1.5 Exercises; 2 The PIC microcontroller family; 2.1 12-bit instruction word; 2.2 14-bit instruction word; 2.3 16-bit instruction word; 2.4 Inside a PIC microcontroller; 2.4.1 Program memory (Flash); 2.4.2 Data memory (RAM); 2.4.3 Register file map and special function registers; 2.4.4 Oscillator circuits; 2.4.5 Reset circuit; 2.4.6 Interrupts; 2.4.7 The configuration word; 2.4.8 I/O interface; 2.5 Exercises; 3 PIC microcontroller project development; 3.1 Required hardware tools; 3.1.1 PC; 3.1.2 PIC microcontroller programmer device
3.1.3 Solderless breadboard3.1.4 PIC microcontroller and minimum support components; 3.1.5 Power supply; 3.2 Required software tools; 3.2.1 Text editor; 3.2.2 PicBasic and PicBasic Pro compilers; 3.2.3 Programmer device software; 3.3 Bundled development systems; 3.4 Experimenter boards; 3.5 Example project development; 3.6 Other useful development tools; 3.6.1 Simulators; 3.6.2 In Circuit Emulators (ICE); 3.7 Exercises; 3.8 Links to useful web sites; 4 PicBasic and PicBasic Pro programming; 4.1 PicBasic language; 4.1.1 PicBasic variables; 4.1.2 PicBasic mathematical and logical operations
4.1.3 PicBasic program flow control commands4.1.4 Other PicBasic commands; 4.1.5 Recommended PicBasic program structure; 4.2 PicBasic Pro language; 4.2.1 PicBasic Pro variables; 4.2.2 Constants; 4.2.3 Comments; 4.2.4 Multi-statement lines; 4.2.5 INCLUDE; 4.2.6 DEFINE; 4.2.7 Line extension; 4.2.8 Accessing ports and other registers in PicBasic Pro; 4.2.9 Arithmetic operators; 4.2.10 PicBasic Pro commands; 4.3 Liquid crystal display (LCD) interface and commands; 4.3.1 Parallel LCDs; 4.3.2 Serial LCDs; 4.4 Interrupts; 4.5 Recommended PicBasic Pro program structure; 4.6 Using stepping motors
4.7 Using servomotors4.8 Exercises; 5 PicBasic and PicBasic Pro projects; Project 1 - Simple flashing LED; Project 2 - Complex flashing LED; Project 3 - Flashing LED warning lights; Project 4 - Turning on odd numbered LEDs; Project 5 - Binary counting LEDs; Project 6 - Left scrolling LEDs; Project 7 - Right scrolling LEDs; Project 8 - Right-left scrolling LEDs; Project 9 - LED dice; Project 10 - 7-segment LED display counter; Project 11 - 7-segment LED dice; Project 12 - Dual 7-segment LED display; Project 13 - Dual 7-segment LED display counter; Project 14 - Dual 7-segment LED event counter
Project 15 - 4-digit display with serial driver - counter project
Summary: Covering the PIC BASIC and PIC BASIC PRO compilers, PIC Basic Projects provides an easy-to-use toolkit for developing applications with PIC BASIC. Numerous simple projects give clear and concrete examples of how PIC BASIC can be used to develop electronics applications, while larger and more advanced projects describe program operation in detail and give useful insights into developing more involved microcontroller applications. <br>Including new and dynamic models of the PIC microcontroller, such as the PIC16F627, PIC16F628, PIC16F629 and PIC12F627, PIC Basic Projects is a thoroughly practica
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Front Cover; Contents; Preface; 1 Microcontroller systems; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Microcontroller systems; 1.2.1 RAM; 1.2.2 ROM; 1.2.3 EPROM; 1.2.4 EEPROM; 1.2.5 Flash EEPROM; 1.3 Microcontroller features; 1.3.1 Supply voltage; 1.3.2 The clock; 1.3.3 Timers; 1.3.4 Watchdog; 1.3.5 Reset input; 1.3.6 Interrupts; 1.3.7 Brown-out detector; 1.3.8 Analogue-to-digital converter; 1.3.9 Serial I/O; 1.3.10 EEPROM data memory; 1.3.11 LCD drivers; 1.3.12 Analogue comparator; 1.3.13 Real-time clock; 1.3.14 Sleep mode; 1.3.15 Power-on reset; 1.3.16 Low power operation; 1.3.17 Current sink/source capability

1.4 Microcontroller architectures1.4.1 RISC and CISC; 1.5 Exercises; 2 The PIC microcontroller family; 2.1 12-bit instruction word; 2.2 14-bit instruction word; 2.3 16-bit instruction word; 2.4 Inside a PIC microcontroller; 2.4.1 Program memory (Flash); 2.4.2 Data memory (RAM); 2.4.3 Register file map and special function registers; 2.4.4 Oscillator circuits; 2.4.5 Reset circuit; 2.4.6 Interrupts; 2.4.7 The configuration word; 2.4.8 I/O interface; 2.5 Exercises; 3 PIC microcontroller project development; 3.1 Required hardware tools; 3.1.1 PC; 3.1.2 PIC microcontroller programmer device

3.1.3 Solderless breadboard3.1.4 PIC microcontroller and minimum support components; 3.1.5 Power supply; 3.2 Required software tools; 3.2.1 Text editor; 3.2.2 PicBasic and PicBasic Pro compilers; 3.2.3 Programmer device software; 3.3 Bundled development systems; 3.4 Experimenter boards; 3.5 Example project development; 3.6 Other useful development tools; 3.6.1 Simulators; 3.6.2 In Circuit Emulators (ICE); 3.7 Exercises; 3.8 Links to useful web sites; 4 PicBasic and PicBasic Pro programming; 4.1 PicBasic language; 4.1.1 PicBasic variables; 4.1.2 PicBasic mathematical and logical operations

4.1.3 PicBasic program flow control commands4.1.4 Other PicBasic commands; 4.1.5 Recommended PicBasic program structure; 4.2 PicBasic Pro language; 4.2.1 PicBasic Pro variables; 4.2.2 Constants; 4.2.3 Comments; 4.2.4 Multi-statement lines; 4.2.5 INCLUDE; 4.2.6 DEFINE; 4.2.7 Line extension; 4.2.8 Accessing ports and other registers in PicBasic Pro; 4.2.9 Arithmetic operators; 4.2.10 PicBasic Pro commands; 4.3 Liquid crystal display (LCD) interface and commands; 4.3.1 Parallel LCDs; 4.3.2 Serial LCDs; 4.4 Interrupts; 4.5 Recommended PicBasic Pro program structure; 4.6 Using stepping motors

4.7 Using servomotors4.8 Exercises; 5 PicBasic and PicBasic Pro projects; Project 1 - Simple flashing LED; Project 2 - Complex flashing LED; Project 3 - Flashing LED warning lights; Project 4 - Turning on odd numbered LEDs; Project 5 - Binary counting LEDs; Project 6 - Left scrolling LEDs; Project 7 - Right scrolling LEDs; Project 8 - Right-left scrolling LEDs; Project 9 - LED dice; Project 10 - 7-segment LED display counter; Project 11 - 7-segment LED dice; Project 12 - Dual 7-segment LED display; Project 13 - Dual 7-segment LED display counter; Project 14 - Dual 7-segment LED event counter

Project 15 - 4-digit display with serial driver - counter project

Covering the PIC BASIC and PIC BASIC PRO compilers, PIC Basic Projects provides an easy-to-use toolkit for developing applications with PIC BASIC. Numerous simple projects give clear and concrete examples of how PIC BASIC can be used to develop electronics applications, while larger and more advanced projects describe program operation in detail and give useful insights into developing more involved microcontroller applications. <br>Including new and dynamic models of the PIC microcontroller, such as the PIC16F627, PIC16F628, PIC16F629 and PIC12F627, PIC Basic Projects is a thoroughly practica

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