Laboratory Projects These provide an extensive "off-the-shelf lab" experience )13 experiments) for using the PIC18: one experiment on introductory computer architecture topics, four experiments on PIC18 assembly language, and eight hardware experiments. The hardware experiments require the read to breadboard a PIC18F242 system that includes a serial EEPROM, external 8-bit Digital-to-Analog converter, and RS232 interface, and an infrared receiver module. The hardware labs cover all major subsystems on the PIC18: A/D, timers, asynchronous serial interface, and the 12C interface. All hardware labs are programmed in C.
Key Features Covers assembly language programming, C programming, and hardware interfacing using the PIC18F242 Assembly language topics emphasize the assembly language to C linkage External devices used in interfacing examples include an LCD, rotary encoder, numeric keypad, serial EEPROM, digital-to-analog converter, digital potentiometer, DC motors, infrared receiver, and temperature sensor Capstone experiments include an audio digital recorder, a home monitoring system, and an autonomous robot A supplemental Web site contains 600+ slides in Microsoft PowerPoint format and numerous sample quizzes and tests
On the CD! Software: o Hi-Tech Picc-18 C Compiler Version 8.35 PL2; Hi-Tech Software A self-installing Hi-Tech PICC-18 C Compiler; Special 120-day Demo for the PIC18F24 o Colt Serial Bootloader, V 0.5; Martin Dubuc (mdubuc.freeshell.org/colt/) A serial bootloader for the PICmicro family that includes a PC client written in Visual C++ and PICmicro firmware o Jolt Serial Bootloader, V 1.1; Martin Dubuc (mdubux.freeshell.org/Jolt/) A Serial bootloader for the PICmicro family that includes a PC client written in Java and PICmicro firmware
Source Code: Includes assembly language and C code source files from book examples and lab exercises separated by chapters Figures: Includes all of the figures separated by chapter System Requirements: o Minimum Requirements: Any personal computer capable of running Windows 2000/XP can run the software included on thei CD-ROM; Pentium or Pentium-compatible processor; 300MHz processor; 128MB of RAM; 1.5GB of hard disk space, Super VGA (800 x 600 resolution) video adaptor; CD-ROM drive; keyboard and pointing device. The third party software contained on the CD-ROM runs on a variety of platforms and operating systems. Please consult the Appendix for more details, and especially Web site information for specific requirements, updates, etc....Continua