Programming the Finite State Machine with 8-Bit PICs in Assembly and C
Title: Programming the Finite State Machine with 8-Bit PICs in Assembly and C
Author: Andrew Pratt
Publisher: Elektor Publication
Format: pdf (true)
Size: 5 MB
This practical guide is aimed at electronics students and hobbyists. It is intended to be a valuable aid in writing programs using Finite State Machines (FSMs) in assembly language using 8-bit PIC microcontrollers. The last two chapters introduce the use of the C programming language and make a direct comparison with development in Assembly.
The book should appeal to those with an interest in the combination of electronics and software and have an interest in how things work. The book will describe writing code for two particular The 12F1822 and 16F1823. Both are mid-range and inexpensive. To read and write the programs to and from the PICs, all that is required is an FTDI TTL level USB lead (TTL-232R-5V-WE) in addition to two programs that are both available for free download as executable files and source code from Elektor. Microsoft Windows or Linux can be used.
The emphasis of this book is on making things straightforward with as little complication as possible. Therefore you can concentrate on understanding the code. Real projects aren't just about our software has to do something real. As a consequence, a chapter deals with a method of circuit board construction.
The intention has been to achieve results using an inexpensive microcontroller with simple command line tools. Much emphasis is placed on using Microchip's datasheet as this is the best place to get correct detailed information.
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