A comprehensive, highly illustrated introduction to microelectronic systems using the PIC microcontroller
1. Computer Systems 2. Microcontroller Operation 3. A Simple PIC Application 4. PIC Program Development 5. Internal Architecture 6. Programming Techniques 7. Development Systems 8. Application Design 9. Program Debugging 10. Hardware Prototyping 11. Motor Applications 12. More PIC Microcontrollers 13. More PIC Applications 14. More Control Systems Appendix A. Binary Numbers B. Microelectronic Devices C. Digital Systems D. DIZI84 Board E. DIZI690 Board
Martin Bates is one of the leading authors specializing in introductory level texts on PIC microcontrollers for the academic, professional and hobby markets, with 20 years' experience of teaching microprocessor systems.
"For undergraduate students and entry level hobbyists, this introductory volume on programming PIC microcontrollers provides practical instruction, as well as theoretical background information, in working with modern microelectronics. Beginning with an overview of terms and concepts, the work covers topics such as microcontroller architecture, application design, program debugging, PIC motor applications, and control systems. Chapters include illustrations, code examples, exercise questions and sample applications, and access to additional online resources is provided. This third edition is updated to account for advances in microcontroller technology and references both modern chips as well as the classic PIC16F84A. Author information is not provided."--Reference and Research News, October 2012