Enhanced Mid-Range PIC tutorials - FREE SAMPLE

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Introduction to enhanced mid-range (14-bit) PICs, using C (XC8) and assembly language.

These initial enhanced mid-range PIC tutorials, available as a free download, are intended for new students and do not assume any prior knowledge of other PIC families.

One set of lessons introduces the enhanced mid-range (14-bit) PIC architecture and peripherals, using assembly language.
A second set of introductory lessons shows how to program enhanced mid-range PICs in C, using the Microchip XC8 compilers - and without having to learn assembly language first.

Migration lessons are also provided for those who have completed the baseline and mid-range tutorials, highlighting the new features of the enhanced mid-range architecture without repeating most of the earlier explanations.

The complete enhanced mid-range PIC tutorial series is available for purchase here.

But 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 PIC12F1501
Using MPLAB X and the PICkit 3 to build and program PIC assember projects
1: Lighting an LED
Introducing the PIC12F1501
Using XC8, MPLAB X and the PICkit 3 to build and program PIC C projects
2: Flashing an LED
Adding delay loops, selecting the internal RC oscillator frequency
2: Flashing an LED
Using the XC8 delay function and macros
Selecting the internal RC oscillator frequency
3: Writing Modular Code
Subroutines, relocatable modules, paged program memory access
4: Reading Switches
Internal pull-ups, reading and debouncing simple switches
3: Reading Switches
Internal pull-ups, reading and debouncing simple switches
5: Timer0
Using Timer0 for event timing, delays, debouncing and as a counter
4: 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: Introduction to Interrupts
Interrupt service routines, timer and external interrupts, debouncing
5: Introduction to Interrupts
Interrupt service routines, timer and external interrupts, debouncing

 

Additional lessons included with the Baseline and Mid-Range PIC training board

(also available for separate purchase)

Assembly language lessons

C lessons

8: IOC, Sleep Mode and the Watchdog Timer
Using interrupt-on-change, sleep mode and the watchdog timer
6: IOC, Sleep Mode and the Watchdog Timer
Using interrupt-on-change, sleep mode and the watchdog timer
9: Reset, Power and Clock Options
Introduction to the PIC16F1824
Oscillator (clock) modes, power-on and brown-out resets
7: Reset, Power and Clock Options
Introduction to the PIC16F1824
Oscillator (clock) modes, power-on and brown-out resets
10: Analog Comparators
Basic comparator operation, hysteresis, interrupts and wake on change
8: Analog Comparators
Basic comparator operation, hysteresis, interrupts and wake on change
11: Voltage Reference and DAC
Fixed voltage reference, digital-to-analog converter (DAC) and operation with comparators
9: Voltage Reference and DAC
Fixed voltage reference, digital-to-analog converter (DAC) and operation with comparators
12: Driving 7-Segment Displays
Single and multiple 7-segment displays, lookup tables, interrupt-driven multiplexing and binary-coded decimal (BCD)
10: Driving 7-Segment Displays
Single and multiple 7-segment displays, lookup tables and interrupt-driven multiplexing
13: Analog-to-Digital Conversion
Using the analog-to-digital converter (ADC) module, ADC interrupts and operation in sleep mode
11: Analog-to-Digital Conversion and Simple Filtering
Analog-to-digital conversion (ADC) and
using arrays and simple integer expressions to calculate a moving average
14: Arrays and Long Integer Arithmetic
Indirect data and program memory addressing, multi-byte addition, subtraction and multiplication
15: Timer1
Using Timer1 as a general 16-bit timer/counter, with an external watch crystal, operation in sleep mode,
and applying gate control for pulse width, period and frequency measurement
12: Timer1
Using Timer1 as a general 16-bit timer/counter, with an external watch crystal, operation in sleep mode,
and applying gate control for pulse width, period and frequency measurement
16: Timer2
Using Timer2 (or Timer4, Timer6, etc.) as a simple 8-bit timer, with period register and postscaler, to generate a specific interrupt time-base
13: Timer2
Using Timer2 (or Timer4, Timer6, etc.) as a simple 8-bit timer, with period register and postscaler, to generate a specific interrupt time-base
17: CCP, part 1 - Capture and Compare
Using the CCP modules' capture and compare modes to measure signal and pulse widths and to trigger precisely timed events, including periodic analog sampling
14: CCP, part 1 - Capture and Compare
Using the CCP modules' capture and compare modes to measure signal and pulse widths and to trigger precisely timed events, including periodic analog sampling
18: CCP, part 2 - PWM
Using the CCP and ECCP modules' pulse-width modulation (PWM) modes for tasks including tone generation, LED dimming and bi-directional brushed DC motor control
15: CCP, part 2 - PWM
Using the CCP and ECCP modules' pulse-width modulation (PWM) modes for tasks including tone generation, LED dimming and bi-directional brushed DC motor control

 

Further enhanced mid-range PIC lessons will made available as free downloads to purchasers of these tutorials, as they become available.

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