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'Embedded Control Handbook'
1995\11\06@223907 by Tom Adams 529-7860

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>         I'm just a PIC hobbyist, but its clear that I need to get my hands on
a
> copy of the Embedded Control Handbook.  How much is it? And who should
> I order from? (i.e. directly from Microchip or from a 3rd party vendor?)

Please reply to the list.  I'm also interested and I've not seen a reference
before.  I assume there are others lurking.

1995\11\07@005128 by Conny Andersson

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At 18.25 1995-11-06 -0500, Mike wrote:

>        I'm just a PIC hobbyist, but its clear that I need to get my hands on a
>copy of the Embedded Control Handbook.  How much is it? And who should
>I order from? (i.e. directly from Microchip or from a 3rd party vendor?)

In the ECH there are a lot of ready to run examples but I have only used the
principles and maybe some smart written code like math routines.

I think it's much better to learn all! the OP-codes and read the chapter
associated with that particular uC in the uC-Handbook, you will then learn
the basics - and that's important. After that you can turn to the ECH for
advice on certain topics.

I don't say you need the ECH but it's ONE good source if you need advice
(another is this list and another is all the app-notes, although these
app-notes can be found in the ECH. The third source is the PIC-FAQ and the
fourth, all PIC-sites on the Internet with links, examples, development
tools ...).

Hmm, what am I talking about? this should be quite clear to everybody, right?


-- Conny

1995\11\07@035638 by Rick Miller

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On Mon, 6 Nov 1995, Tom Adams 529-7860 wrote:
>>I'm just a PIC hobbyist, but its clear that I need to get my hands on a
>> copy of the Embedded Control Handbook.  How much is it? And who should
>> I order from? (i.e. directly from Microchip or from a 3rd party vendor?)
>
>Please reply to the list.  I'm also interested and I've not seen a reference
>before.  I assume there are others lurking.

Gosh... I just *hinted* to my local Microchip contact that I'd like some
documentation, and he dumped lots of books on me.

The "Embedded Control Handbook (1994/95)" has this code on it:

       9/94  DS00092C

It's on every page, so I'm pretty sure it's some sort of Microchip
doc number.  Just ask your local Microchip contact about getting one.

Rick Miller, Design Engineer  (and local "Internet Guy")
Digalog Systems, Inc.         <spam_OUTrickTakeThisOuTspamdigalogsys.com>
3180 S. 166th St.             <.....Rick.MillerKILLspamspam@spam@Linux.org>
New Berlin, WI  53151  USA    +1 414 797 8000 x-228


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1995\11\07@091311 by Mike Goelzer

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>Gosh... I just *hinted* to my local Microchip contact that I'd like some
>documentation, and he dumped lots of books on me.
>
>It's on every page, so I'm pretty sure it's some sort of Microchip
>doc number.  Just ask your local Microchip contact about getting one.

I'm just a hobbyist, how do I find my "local Microchip contact"?
(Can't one just order this book from Microchip w/o having "a contact"?)

-mike
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Mike Goelzer
<mgoelzerspamKILLspamus.net>

1995\11\07@093850 by Rick Miller
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On Tue, 7 Nov 1995, Mike Goelzer wrote:
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> I'm just a hobbyist, how do I find my "local Microchip contact"?
> (Can't one just order this book from Microchip w/o having "a contact"?)

You can request Microchip documentation most simply via:

 <http://www.ultranet.com/biz/mchip/contact.htm#LitReq>

Though they don't seem to list the "Embedded...Handbook", your best bet
is to directly contact your nearest factory representative, which can
also be determined by following the appropriate link on the same page.

Rick Miller, Design Engineer  (and local "Internet Guy")
Digalog Systems, Inc.         <.....rickKILLspamspam.....digalogsys.com>
3180 S. 166th St.             <EraseMERick.Millerspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTLinux.org>
New Berlin, WI  53151  USA    +1 414 797 8000 x-228


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1995\11\07@132119 by nigelg

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In message <9511070344.msg.aa22810spamspam_OUTrelay-1.mail.demon.net>> @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspammitvma.mit.edu writes:
> >         I'm just a PIC hobbyist, but its clear that I need to get my hands
on
>  a
> > copy of the Embedded Control Handbook.  How much is it? And who should
> > I order from? (i.e. directly from Microchip or from a 3rd party vendor?)
>
> Please reply to the list.  I'm also interested and I've not seen a reference
> before.  I assume there are others lurking.

I bought mine from Maplin, RS components stock it as well.


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1995\11\07@162648 by adrian

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you wrote:

> >Gosh... I just *hinted* to my local Microchip contact that I'd like some
> >documentation, and he dumped lots of books on me.
> >
> >It's on every page, so I'm pretty sure it's some sort of Microchip
> >doc number.  Just ask your local Microchip contact about getting one.
>
> I'm just a hobbyist, how do I find my "local Microchip contact"?
> (Can't one just order this book from Microchip w/o having "a contact"?)

My "local Microchip contact" has just left microchip, which is a bit
of a pain as he wanted one of my mag-card operated door entry systems
which is PIC based.

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'embedded control handbook'
1997\11\09@085813 by mirka
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Please send me info on how to get the embedded control handbook

 Thanks !!

1997\11\09@160532 by Jaap van Ganswijk

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At 08:40 1997-11-09 -0500, alain & josie wrote:
>Please send me info on how to get the embedded control handbook

Perhaps you can try:
http://www.amazon.com
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/


Greetings,
Jaap

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