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1999\12\10@215104 by Alan Aldaba

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Hi everyone,

       I hope everybody will agree that the 16F84 is the best pic to learn for
beginners. Now, i'm just wondering what is the next step after you have
exhausted the f84. What pic would take me to the next level ? Can you
list some resources, programmers and some code to tinker with...

Happy Holidays,

Alan

1999\12\10@222447 by Don McKenzie

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Alan Aldaba wrote:
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> Hi everyone,
>
>         I hope everybody will agree that the 16F84 is the best pic to learn fo
r
> beginners. Now, i'm just wondering what is the next step after you have
> exhausted the f84. What pic would take me to the next level ? Can you
> list some resources, programmers and some code to tinker with...

Scott Edwards on-line version PIC Source book at
http://www.dontronics.com/see.html may help you.
and
http://www.dontronics.com/dt106.html for the 87x flash family.

Don McKenzie  spam_OUTdonTakeThisOuTspamdontronics.com http://www.dontronics.com

World's Largest Range of Atmel and PICmicro Hardware and Software
StampStick 32K EEPROM Basic http://www.dontronics.com/tiny51.html

1999\12\10@232459 by quozl

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I agree with Don; once you have mastered the 16F84's abilities, either
explore some of the strange things that can be done with it or go find
a 16F877 to play with.  More bits of wire.

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James Cameron   .....quozlKILLspamspam@spam@us.netrek.org   http://quozl.us.netrek.org/

1999\12\10@233300 by Dan Creagan

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I like the 16C73A or 16F873 (just got some).  Smaller footprint, much of the
same capability as the 877  (except for pins and memory) and easy enough to
put on a protoboard without hogging all the space.

Dan
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> I agree with Don; once you have mastered the 16F84's abilities, either
> explore some of the strange things that can be done with it or go find
> a 16F877 to play with.  More bits of wire.
>
> --
> James Cameron   EraseMEquozlspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTus.netrek.org   http://quozl.us.netrek.org/

1999\12\11@051152 by Ravi Pailoor

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Try doing the same project with a 12C508 / 16C54, ( 2 level stack and no
interrupts, no EEPROM
if you have used any in F84), you will really achieve your grades :) If
you can port the code developed on F84 into C54 for production, you will
save a lot of $$$.

Regards

Pailoor

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1999\12\13@095903 by Ismael M. Khangane

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Hi Alan:
Actually, I haven't started with PIC16F84. But I think it will be better to chec
k
on PIC16C73/6 and then later on on PIC17C75X family for more pheripherals featur
es
they have whereby they have got  more possillities in terms of differrent apps.
regards,
Ismael M. Khangane ( Spain ).


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Alan Aldaba escribis:

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1999\12\13@101729 by Nick Taylor

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Hi Alan,
The 12C509/JW or 12CE519/JW might be worth considering for a starter
PIC.  The slower development cycle of code, burn, UV erase, recode,
etc. forces you to give a little more thought to your coding.  If
you want to go the "easy" way, then the 16F84 is probably the best
choice ... fast develpment cycle and a much larger user base to help
you with problems.
 Have fun,
  - Nick -

"Ismael M. Khangane" wrote:
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> Hi Alan:
> Actually, I haven't started with PIC16F84. But I think it will be better to ch
eck
> on PIC16C73/6 and then later on on PIC17C75X family for more pheripherals feat
ures
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> > beginners. Now, i'm just wondering what is the next step after you have
> > exhausted the f84. What pic would take me to the next level ? Can you
> > list some resources, programmers and some code to tinker with...
> >
> > Happy Holidays,
> >
> > Alan

1999\12\14@014007 by w. v. ooijen / f. hanneman

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For beginners go with the 16f877: in-circuit re-programmable and
for experiments the higher price should not be a problem.
Wouter.

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> From: Ismael M. Khangane <ismaelmspamspam_OUTIAI.CSIC.ES>
> To: @spam@PICLISTKILLspamspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU
> Subject: Re: Next Step
> Date: Monday, December 13, 1999 16:00
>
> Hi Alan:
> Actually, I haven't started with PIC16F84. But I think it will be better
to check
> on PIC16C73/6 and then later on on PIC17C75X family for more pheripherals
features
> they have whereby they have got  more possillities in terms of differrent
apps.
> regards,
> Ismael M. Khangane ( Spain ).
>
>
> *******************************************************************
> Alan Aldaba escribis:
>
> > Hi everyone,
> >
> >         I hope everybody will agree that the 16F84 is the best pic to
learn for
> > beginners. Now, i'm just wondering what is the next step after you have
> > exhausted the f84. What pic would take me to the next level ? Can you
> > list some resources, programmers and some code to tinker with...
> >
> > Happy Holidays,
> >
> > Alan

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