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While there are a number of very good PIC microcontroller emulators designed and marketed by third parties, there hasn t been the same explosion of designs as with PIC microcontroller programmers by hobbyists. The reason for this really comes down to the complexity of work required to develop an emulator circuit along with the dif culty of developing a user interface for them. The Emu-II is a very simple example of how an emulator could work with a very basic user interface that does not contain many of the features I would consider critical for using an emulator in a professional environment. A professional product would require a bondout chip and a source/listing file interface for the user to use it effectively. Other features would include providing a high-speed interface to avoid the time required to download application hex les into the Emu-II. If you are interested in designing your own full emulator, you will have to talk to your local Microchip representative to nd out about entering into a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) with them to learn more about the options Microchip has for developing emulators for their products. Microchip does make bondout chips available for all of the PIC microcontroller part numbers, but technical information about them is considered proprietary and not for general release. Partial emulators (like the Emu-II) are still a lot of work to get running, but designing them gives you a much better appreciation of how the PIC microcontroller works. If you are interested in designing your own, please take a look at the code in the Emu-II to see how the various issues of executing an application from within a PIC microcontroller monitor are handled. Having said there are few commercial emulators available, I should point out that there are a number of products you can buy. These commercial emulators provide wide ranges of services and can be bought for a few hundred dollars up to $1,000 or more for a full bondout chip-based complete system.
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When starting to research a new device, whether it is a microcontroller such as one of the many PIC MCU part numbers or a simple logic gate, one of the rst things that you have for reference information is the block diagram. A well-drawn block diagram, such as the one taken from the PIC16C61 microcontroller datasheet in Fig. 6.1, actually has all the information that you need to understand and start working with the chip. Unfortunately, block diagrams can be intimidating and confusing when you look at them for the rst time. I dare say that many people will skip right over them without spending any time trying to understand how data ows and what features are available on the chip, and this is unfortunate because there is a wealth of information that will help you to visually understand and remember how the chip works and allow you to follow the ow of data through the chip. The purpose of this chapter is to help you to understand how programs execute and manipulate data in the PIC microcontroller s processor. To do this, I am going to rely on the block diagram that is available in each of the PIC MCU datasheets. I have found that this is a very useful way of going about the task of learning about the processor and how it works because the diagram is an architectural drawing of its inner workings. When you understand the block diagram, you will understand how each instruction executes, and this will give you some insights into how to structure your assembly-language programs so that they are as ef cient as possible. The processor block diagrams are very similar for each of the PIC microcontroller processor families (consisting of the low-end, mid-range, PIC17, and PIC18 architectures), and for this reason, I will explain the mid-range devices in detail and then review the architectural differences in the other PIC MCU families. These differences mainly center on how data is accessed in different register banks, how intrapage jumps and calls are executed, and how data is indexed and stored in stacks. Even without these sections explaining the differences in the mid-range PIC microcontroller architecture, you should be able to understand how these processors work by reviewing the block diagram at the start of the datasheets.
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