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'PIC Book (it's GREAT!!)'
1998\07\22@154043 by Steven Kosmerchock

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Friends,
I am currently reading he book "Design with PIC Microcontrollers" by John B. Pea
tman. It's GREAT!! It has all sorts of helpful info. One of the best parts of th
e book is a whole chapter dedicated to I2C Bus. He also has a website to update
the book and give assorted info. Check it out

                http://www.ece.gatech.edu/users/peatman/

This book, from the looks of it  was designed to be a college level textbook, it
's very precise on it's subjects. Thought you might want to know just in case an
ybody was thinking of buying it!!
                       Best regards,
                       Steven




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1998\07\22@160514 by John Haggins

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I agree, just got it from Amazon, really nice book.

The focus is on 16C6x and 16C7x family, 28 pin and 40/44 pin parts.

He says "after the functioning of these parts is understood, the
opportunities afforded by the 18 pin parts can be easily deduced by
referring to the appendix and comparing the block diagrams, pinouts, ... etc"

Very presentable text book presentation, but not heavy reading.

I like it.

1998\07\22@161348 by Timothy D. Gray

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what is the ISBN number of this book? Id like my local B&N to order it for
me


On Wed, 22 Jul 1998, John Haggins wrote:

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1998\07\22@163443 by John Haggins

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ISBN 0-13-759259-0

At 04:12 PM 7/22/98 -0400, you wrote:
>what is the ISBN number of this book? Id like my local B&N to order it for
>me
>
>
>On Wed, 22 Jul 1998, John Haggins wrote:
>
>> I agree, just got it from Amazon, really nice book.
>>
>> The focus is on 16C6x and 16C7x family, 28 pin and 40/44 pin parts.
>>
>> He says "after the functioning of these parts is understood, the
>> opportunities afforded by the 18 pin parts can be easily deduced by
>> referring to the appendix and comparing the block diagrams, pinouts, ...
etc"
>>
>> Very presentable text book presentation, but not heavy reading.
>>
>> I like it.
>>
>
>

1998\07\22@183201 by Shahid Sheikh

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The book is published by Prentice Hall (
http://www.prenhall.com/allbooks/esm_0137592590.html ) ISBN 0-13-759259-0.

I think it was originally written for a class (EE 4075 at Georgia Tech.) I
owe most of my microcontroller programming knowledge to Dr. Peatman from
that class. Its a good book.

Shahid


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what is the ISBN number of this book? Id like my local B&N to order it for
me


On Wed, 22 Jul 1998, John Haggins wrote:

> I agree, just got it from Amazon, really nice book.
>
> The focus is on 16C6x and 16C7x family, 28 pin and 40/44 pin parts.
>
> He says "after the functioning of these parts is understood, the
> opportunities afforded by the 18 pin parts can be easily deduced by
> referring to the appendix and comparing the block diagrams, pinouts, ...
etc"
>
> Very presentable text book presentation, but not heavy reading.
>
> I like it.
>

1998\07\23@114626 by Bob Shaver
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> I am currently reading he book "Design with PIC Microcontrollers" by John
B. Peatman. It's GREAT!! It has all sorts of helpful info. One of the best
parts of the book is a whole chapter dedicated to I2C Bus. He also has a
website to update the book and give assorted info. Check it out
>
>                  http://www.ece.gatech.edu/users/peatman/
>
> This book, from the looks of it  was designed to be a college level
textbook, it's very precise on it's subjects. Thought you might want to
know just in case anybody was thinking of buying it!!

It is (a college textbook).  He uses it for junior level EE microprocessor
courses.  His previous book, "Designing with Microcontrollers" used the
Motorola 6801 (I think, I know his classes used it).  He was (and still is,
I presume) a great professor!

Bob Shaver
Georgia Tech class of '84

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