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I had an extremely dif cult time supporting the El-Cheapo, especially with the rapid change in PIC microcontroller part numbers, new requirements from users, the withdrawal of support of VB6 by Microsoft, the changes to the Windows operating system, and the changes made to standard PCs. Instead, I am very pleased that Microchip is able to offer a series of coupons with this book to allow you to order their development tools at signi cantly reduced prices. These tools are well maintained by Microchip including being integrated with MPLAB IDE, are usable in Vista PCs (which the El-Cheapo is not), and are very reliable. When you start out, I recommend buying the MPLAB ICD 2 which will provide you with the capability of programming Flash based parts as well as a single stepping, breakpoint, and memory access debug capability on many of the chips. The debug capability could be considered a poor man s emulator and will give you the ability to more quickly debug and qualify your applications. In the text, I will point out some low-cost adapters that you may want to purchase to simplify programming and interfacing to your applications. As you become more familiar with the PIC microcontroller families and are developing more complex applications, you will want to look at the MPLAB Real ICD or MPLAB ICE 2000 which will give you full in circuit emulator capabilities. The MPLAB Real ICD can use the MPLAB ICD 2 interfaces or a custom one on its own while the MPLAB ICE 2000 provides a pod which replaces the microcontroller in the application circuit. Finally, for programming PIC microcontrollers for wiring in applications, the best programmer on the market is the MPLAB PM3. This device production programs (rather than development programs) all PIC microcontroller part numbers and can operate as a stand-alone device or connected to MPLAB IDE as part of your development lab.
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TABLE I.1 SYMBOL CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS BOOK MEANING
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Unit of resistance ohms Thousands of Ohms resistance Millions of Ohms resistance microFarads 1/1,000,000 Farads picoFarads 1/1,000,000,000,000 Farads Seconds Milliseconds 1/1,000 seconds microseconds 1/1,000,000 seconds Nanoseconds 1/1,000,000,000 seconds Hertz (number of cycles per second) kiloHertz 1,000 Hertz megaHertz 1,000,000 Hertz gigahertz 1,000,000,000 Hertz Decimal number (# is 0 to 9) Negative decimal number Hexadecimal number ( # is 0 to 9, A, B, C, D, E, F. ) Binary number ( # is 0 or 1 ) Optional information or text Either/or parameters Negatively active signal or bit Speci c bit in a register Range of bits in a register Example code Text is comment information And so on. Text is repeated or continued
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Two input bitwise AND Truth Table: Inputs A B -------------------Output
-------------0 0 1 1 AND | && | 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
Logical AND Two input bitwise OR Truth Table: Inputs A B -------------------Output
-------------0 0 1 1 OR | || ^ 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1
Logical OR Two Input bitwise XOR Truth Table: -------------------Inputs A B Output
-------------0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0
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XOR !
Logical XOR Single Input Bitwise Inversion Truth Table: A -------------0 1 1 0 -----------Input Output
NOT + * / % << # >> #
Logical inversion Addition Subtraction or negation or a decimal Multiplication Division Modulus of two numbers or remainder of integer division Shift value to the left # bits Shift value to the left # bits
Along with de ning Units there are a few terms and expressions I should de ne here to make sure you are clear on what I am saying in the text. These terms are often used in electronics and programming, although my use of them is speci c to microcontrollers and the PIC microcontroller. Application The hardware circuit and programming code used to make up a microcontroller project. Both are required for the microcontroller to work properly. The human-readable instructions used in an application that are converted by a compiler or assembler into instructions that the microcontroller s processor can execute directly. I use the generic term Software for the application s code. You may have seen the term replaced with Firmware in some references.
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