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Baseline (12-bit) PIC architecture and peripherals, using C (XC8 and CCS) and assembly language.

These tutorials begin by using assembly language to introduce the baseline (12-bit) PIC architecture and peripherals.
A second series of lessons goes on to show how to program baseline PICs in C, using the Microchip XC8 and CCS PCB (v4) compilers.

To get the most out of these lessons, you should purchase the Baseline and Mid-Range PIC training board, which was designed to complement these tutorial series.

The following lessons are included:

Assembly language lessons

C lessons

1: Lighting an LED
Introducing the PIC10F200 and PIC12F508
1: Basic Digital Output
Introducing XC8 and CCS PCB
Simple control of digital output pins
2: Flashing an LED
Adding delay loops
3: Writing Modular Code
Subroutines, relocatable modules, memory banking and paging Introducing the PIC12F509
4: Reading Switches
Reading and debouncing simple switches and using internal pull-ups
2: Reading Switches
Reading and debouncing simple switches and using internal pull-ups
5: Timer0
Using Timer0 for event timing, delays, debouncing and as a counter
3: Timer0
Using Timer0 for event timing, delays, debouncing and as a counter
(with some examples of C macros)
6: Assembler Directives and Macros
MPASM expressions, macros and conditional assembly
7: Sleep Mode, Watchdog and Clock Options
Using sleep mode, wakeup on change, the watchdog timer, and external oscillators
4: Sleep Mode and the Watchdog Timer
Using sleep mode, wakeup on change, and the watchdog timer
8: Driving 7-Segment LED Displays
Single and multiple 7-segment displays, multiplexing,lookup tables and binary-coded decimal (BCD)
Introducing the PIC16F506
5: Driving 7-Segment Displays
Single and multiple 7-segment displays, lookup tables and multiplexing
(using the PIC16F506)
9: Analog Comparators
Comparators, hysteresis, fixed and programmable voltage references
6: Analog Comparators
Comparators, fixed and programmable voltage references
10: Analog-to-Digital Conversion
Using the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) on the PIC16F506
7: Analog-to-Digital Conversion and Simple Filtering
Analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) and calculating a moving average
(accessing banked memory)
11: Arrays and Long Integer Arithmetic
Indirect addressing, multi-byte addition and subtraction and 8-bit multiplication

 

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