Programming 8-bit PIC Microcontrollers in C, 1st Edition

 
Programming 8-bit PIC Microcontrollers in C, 1st Edition,Martin Bates,ISBN9780750689601
 
 
 

  

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Step-by-step, practical instruction on how to program PICs in C, with no prior experience necessary!

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Key Features

*Focuses on the C programming language which is by far the most popular for microcontrollers (MCUs)
*Features Proteus VSMg the most complete microcontroller simulator on the market, along with CCS PCM C compiler, both are highly compatible with Microchip tools
*Extensive downloadable content including fully worked examples

Description

PIC Microcontrollers are present in almost every new electronic application that is released from garage door openers to the iPhone. With the proliferation of this product more and more engineers and engineers-to-be (students) need to understand how to design, develop, and build with them. Martin Bates, best-selling author, has provided a step-by-step guide to programming these microcontrollers (MCUs) with the C programming language.

With no previous knowledge of C necessary to read this book, it is the perfect for entry into this world for engineers who have not worked with PICs, new professionals, students, and hobbyists. As MCUs become more complex C is the most popular language due to its ability to process advanced processes and multitasking. RTOSs, that is a need to know for engineers, is also discussed as more advanced MCUs require timing and organization of programming and implementation of multitasking. The book includes lots of source code, circuit schematics, and hardware block diagrams. Microchip's PICDEM Mechatronics board is used to detail the examples throughout the book.

Readership

Engineers new to working with PICs, Students, Hobbyists

Martin Bates

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.

Affiliations and Expertise

Lecturer in Microelectronics (retired), Sussex Coast College, UK Formerly Course Leader, Foundation Degree Engineering, University of Brighton & Course Tutor, PIC Microcontrollers Short Courses, Hastings Innovation Centre

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Programming 8-bit PIC Microcontrollers in C, 1st Edition

Part 1 PIC Microcontroller Systems
1.1 PIC16 Microcontrollers 1
MCU Features
Program Execution
RAM File Registers
Other PIC Chips
1.2 PIC16 MCU Configuration
Clock Options
Configuration Options
Configuration in C
1.3 PIC16 MCU Peripherals
Timers
A/D Converter
Comparator
Parallel Slave Port
Interrupts
1.4 PIC16 Serial Interfaces
USART
SPI Bus
I2C Bus
1.5 PIC16 MPLAB Projects
MPLAB C Project
Project Files
1.6 PIC16 Program and Debug
Programming
Debugging
Design Package
Assessment 1
Assignments 1
Part 2 C Programming Essentials
2.1 PIC16 C Getting Started
Simple Program
Program Creation
Program Testing
Program Analysis
2.2 PIC16 C Program Basics
Variables
Looping
Decision Making
Loop Control
FOR Loop
SIREN Program
Blank Program
2.3 PIC16 C Data Operations
Variable Types
Assignment Operations
Conditional Operations
2.4 PIC16 C Sequence Control
While Loops
Break, Continue, and Goto
If..Else and Switch..Case
2.5 PIC16 C Functions and Structure
Basic Functions
Global and Local Variables
2.6 PIC16 C Input and Output
Serial LCD
Keypad and Calculator
2.7 PIC16 C More Data Types
Arrays
Indirect Addressing Operators
Enumeration
2.8 PIC16 C Compiler Directives
Program Directives
Header File
2.9 PIC16 C Assembler Routines
Program Compilation
Assembler Block
PIC Assembly Language

Assessment 2
Assignments 2

Part 3 C Peripheral Interfaces
3.1 PIC16 C Analog Input
Analog Setup
Voltage Measurement
3.2 PIC16 C Interrupts
C Interrupts
Interrupt Example
Interrupt Statements
3.3 PIC16 C Hardware Timers
Counter/Timer Operation
PWM Mode
Compare Mode
Capture Mode
3.4 PIC16 C UART Serial Link
3.5 PIC16 C SPI Serial Bus
3.6 PIC16 C I 2 C Serial Bus
3.7 PIC16 C Parallel and Serial Interfaces
Parallel Slave Port
Comparison of Communication Links
3.8 PIC16 C EEPROM Interface
3.9 PIC16 C Analog Output
Assessment 3
Assignments 3

Part 4 C Mechatronics Applications
4.1 PICDEM Mechatronics Board Overview
PICDEM Hardware
Motor Drives
Test Program
Debugging
4.2 PICDEM Liquid Crystal Display
LCD Connections
LCD Test Program
BCD Count Program
4.3 PICDEM DC Motor Test Programs
Basic Control
Rev Counter
4.4 PICDEM Stepper Motor Control
Construction
Stepper Motor Test
Direction Control
4.5 PICDEM Analog Sensors
Light Sensor
Temperature Measurement
4.6 PICDEM Temperature Controller
Specification
I/O Allocation
Implementation
4.7 PICDEM Board Simulation
Circuit Description
Demo Applications
Assessment 4
Assignments 4

Part 5 PIC16 C Applications and Systems 5.1 PIC16 C Application Design
Hardware Design
Software Design
Application Debugging and Testing
5.2 PIC16 C Temperature Controller
System Operation
Software Design and Implementation
5.3 PIC16 C Data Logger System
BASE Board
Program Outline
5.4 PIC16 C Operating Systems
Polled I/O
Interrupts
PC Operating System
Real-Time Operating System
5.5 PIC16 C System Design
Hardware Selection
Microcontrollers
Hardware Design
Software Design
Assessment 5
Assignments 5

Appendix A Hardware Design Using ISIS Schematic Capture
Design Specification
Schematic Circuit
Schematic Edit


Appendix B Software Design Using CCS C
BAR1 Source Code
PIC Registers
BAR1 List File

Appendix C System Testing Using Proteus VSM
Attaching the Program
Program Debugging
Typical Errors

Appendix D C Compiler Comparison
Microchip C18
Hi-Tech PIC C
Mikro C
Matrix C
Summary of C Compilers

Appendix E CCS C Programming Syntax Summary
Compiler Directives
Program Blocks
Punctuation
Basic I/O Functions

Appendix F CCS C Programming Function Reference

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