- A clear introduction to the PIC 18FXXX microcontroller's architecture
- Covers developing wireless and sensor network applications, SD card projects, and multi-tasking; all demonstrated with the block and circuit diagram, program description in PDL, program listing, and program description
- Includes more than 50 basic, intermediate, and advanced projects
Extensively revised and updated to encompass the latest developments in the PIC 18FXXX series, the second edition of Advanced PIC Microcontroller Projects in C demonstrates how to develop a range of microcontroller applications through a project-based approach.
The book covers the architecture of the PIC 18FXXX series, typical oscillator, reset, memory, and input-output circuits. After giving an introduction to programming in C, this book describes the project development cycle in full, giving thorough details of the process of editing, compilation, error handling, programming, and an expanded section on the use of specific development tools. This book walks you through tried and tested hands-on projects, including many new, advanced topics such as Ethernet programming, digital signal processing, and RFID technology.
This book is ideal for engineers, technicians, hobbyists, and students who have knowledge of the basic principles of PIC microcontrollers and want to develop more advanced applications using the 18F series.
New projects in this edition:
Logic probe; Generating sound; Custom LCD font design; Hi/Lo game; Generating various waveforms in real-time; Ultrasonic height measurement; Frequency counter; Reaction timer; GPS projects; Closed-loop ON/OFF; temperature control; Bluetooth projects (master and slave); RFid projects; Clock using Real-time-clock (RTC) chip; RTC alarm project; Graphics LCD (GLCD) projects; Barometer+thermometer+altimeter project; Plotting temperature on GLCD; Ethernet web browser based control; Ethernet UDP based control, and many more.
Embedded systems engineers working in industry, technicians, electronic hobbyists, undergraduate and graduate students developing embedded systems projects.