'Tutorial on PIC16F84'
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Tutorial on PIC16F84 3/15/99
I had quite a time learning the PIC16F84, even gave up for a stretch and then came back to it.
I tried to keep track of what confused me so much and wrote it all out in my own words to try and clarify it for myself.
It is combined with a temperature datalogging project and goes from the most elementary ideas to things like I2C, RS232 and communication with a DS1820. It is quite succinct and not meant to replace introductory books, but you may find it useful.
David Tait was kind enough to post it at http://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/files/picprog.html
Thanks to David and all who have posted material from which I learned, (and am still learning).
Stan Ockers wrote:
> I had quite a time learning the PIC16F84, even gave up for a stretch and then
> came back to it. I tried to keep track of what confused me so much and wrote
> it all out in my own words to try and clarify it for myself. David Tait was
> kind enough to post it at ttp://www.man.ac.uk/~mbhstdj/files/picprog.html
Stan - -
Thanks for taking the time to document your learning experience. Your
been a great deal of help to me in getting started with PICs.
- - - Nick - - -
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