PIC Microcontroller Project Book

ISBN-10: 0071354794
ISBN-13: 9780071354790
Edition: 2000
Authors: John Iovine
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Description: This book provides electronics hobbyists with a complete set of projects they can build with the PIC microcontroller. All the projects use Microchip's free MPLAB compiler and the BASIC programming language.

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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 5/18/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 272
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.396
Language: English

This book provides electronics hobbyists with a complete set of projects they can build with the PIC microcontroller. All the projects use Microchip's free MPLAB compiler and the BASIC programming language.

Author of several successful PIC books including the PIC Microcontroller Project Book and PIC Robotics. He has written 25+ articles in such magazines as Make and Circuit Cellar. He owns Images Scientific Products which develops and sells kits for building electronic projects.

Preface
Microcontroller
What is a Microcontroller
Why Use a Microcontroller
The Future of Electronics Is Here--It's Microcontrollers
Designer Computers
The PIC Chip
Better than Any Stamp
PIC Programming Overview
Ready, Steady, Go
Parts List
Software Installation (Compiler and Programmer)
Installing the PICBasic Compiler Software
Installing the EPIC Software
PIC Applications Directory
Path--The Final DOS Commands
First Basic Program
Programming the PIC Chip
Troubleshooting EPIC Software: A Few Alternatives
Testing the PIC Microcontroller
The Solderless Breadboard
Three Schematics, One Circuit
Wink
Troubleshooting the Circuit
Chapter Review
Parts List
PIC 16F84 Microcontroller
Harvard Architecture and Memory-Mapped I/O
Binary Fundamentals
Registers and Ports
Accessing the Ports for Output
Electrical Binary, TTL, and CMOS
Counting Program
Counting Binary Progression
Basic High and Low Commands
Programming Review
Reading Input Signals
Reading I/O Lines
The Button Command
Dynamic Changes
Program 4.2 Features
The Variables Used in Button
Multiple Statements--Single Line
Peek
New Features
Basic Input and Output Commands
ZIF Adapter Sockets
ZIF Socket
AC Adapter
Parts List
PICBasic Language Reference
Branch
Button
Call
Eeprom
End
For..Next
Gosub
Gosub nesting
Goto
High
I2cin
I2cout
If..Then
Input
Let
Lookdown
Lookup
Low
Nap
Output
Pause
Peek
Poke
Pot
Pulsin
Pulsout
Pwm
Random
Read
Return
Reverse
Serin
Serout
Sleep
Sound
Toggle
Write
Characteristics of the 16F84 Microcontroller
Current Maximums for I/O Port(s)
Clock Oscillators
Reset
PIC Harvard Architecture
Register Map
Speech Synthesizer
Speech Chip
A Little on Linguistics
Interfacing to the SPO-256
Mode Select
The Circuit
The Program
Program Features
Parts List
Serial Communication and Creating I/O Lines
Creating New I/O Ports
Serial Communication
Output First
Basic Serial
Clear Pin
The Programs
Bit Shift Correcting
Programming Challenge (Simple)
Programming Challenge (Not Simple)
Input I/O
Parts List
LCD Alphanumeric Display
Error Detection Algorithms
Parity
Serial Formats
Positioning the Cursor
Off-Screen Memory
Parts List
Sensors: Resistive, Neural, and Fuzzy Logic
Reading Resistive Sensors
R/C Values
Scale
Pin Exceptions
Resistive Sensors
Test Program
Fuzzy Logic and Neural Sensors
Fuzzy Logic Light Tracker
Program 10.2
Fuzzy Output
Program 10.3
Parts List
DC Motor Control
The Transistor
First Method
Bidirectional Method
Diodes
Parts List
Stepper Motor Control
Stepper Motor Construction and Operation
Real-World Motors
First Stepper Circuit
Second Basic Program
Half-Stepping
The ti Delay Variable
Troubleshooting
UCN 5804 Dedicated Stepper Motor ICs
Parts List
Servomotor Control
Extending Servomotor Range
Manual Servo Control
Multiple Servomotors
Timing and Servomotors
Parts List
Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Converters
Analog Signal
Digital Equivalents
A/D Converters
Setting the Reference Voltage
Voltage Range and Resolution
Interpreting the Results
Serial Chip Control
Serial Chip Sequence
Toxic Gas Sensor
Parts List
Controlling AC Appliances
Inductive and Resistive Loads
Circuit Construction
Test Circuit
Smart Control
Electronic Noses
Parts List
Appendix A
Hexadecimal Numbers
Program Answers
Suppliers Index
Index

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