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Thread: Robotics with PIC16F877 anyone??
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Henry Low wrote:
>Good Day to one and all,
>    I am currentlu using PIC16F877 for controlling a simple obstacle
>avoidance autonomous robot. Anybody has done anything similar before and is
>willing to share his/her experience with me?? You may email directly to me
>so that others will not get frustrated over our discussion. But of course,
>open discussion is beneficial to all and that's what this discussion list is
>all about.
>

Hello Henry,

Robotics is not too alien a topic for piclist. In november, there
was a lot of discussion of this in the thread called "How to control
a motor" -[threads don't always stay on the "original" issue].

Plus there are a few of us who have at least a passing interest in
robotics, and a strong interest in autonomous vehicles - me, for one.
I am currently designing a botboard SBC based around a PIC40 - 74/77/..

You should, however, change the topic to [OT]: to keep the hardcore
[PIC]:+purists happy.

How "autonomous" is your robot? Finding the '877 adequate to the
task?

best regards,
- Dan Michaels
Oricom Technologies
http://www.oricomtech.com
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