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This tutorial is a modular way of adding interfaces one at a time. Though it was designed for PIC16F family of chips it can be easily be ported to hardware and software in assembly are included. Allen
Hi, You will find all you need in this first link, the others might also
Hi, For beginners Assembly look at these
Hi, This site gives Assembly and hardware details of 7 seg displays and IR sensors etc though you will have to build them together or keep searching if you want a ready made solution, though you won't learn much that
Hi, As Niradj rightly says you are asking for a mountain of information. Have a look at these Free Assembly tutorials and work your way though one of them to give yourself a good foundation in Pics and
Hi, Its easy enough to do what you want, you can find a great deal of help in the tutorials listed below. Be aware that many Pic output pins default to Analogue mode so you must set them to Digital for Led use. If you want a led start up code in Pic assembly for the 628A just say. htt
Hi, See a tutorial like this one
Hi, Have a look at these tutorials to see how its done - loads of others out
Check out for Nigel Pic Tutor on LCD modules at This example run on 4 bit mode and connects to any port on a PIC with ASM sample programming for the PIC16 range. Best regards Johann
Hi, Cannot get that code to run either and not going to try and debug it. You can use Nigels LCD code from here - it is you want to fully understand lcds then have a read here
Hi, You need to follow a tutorial, here are 2 good
Hi, If you are using Pic micos then this assembly tutorial is good
Hi, You may find this tutorial helpful doing a pic to pic usart connection, use 1k series resistor in each line, then if you mistakenly connect them the wrong way round you will not damage the chips.
Have a look at this tutorial: The VREF+ and VREF- inputs are used as the voltage reference inputs for the Analog to Digital converter.
Since you are a computer programmer and familiar with electronic components; I guess you can jump in to micro-controllers. As a propose, select Arduino or PIC; 79065 (For any one who wish to start programming PIC this is a great p
Hi, Have a look at this I2c tutorial
Hi, Agree with sky123 plus even the diagram and code do not match up. If you want a good Assembler / hardware tutorial this is one of the
Hi, Have a read of this tutorial , it might clarify things for
Hi, What language are you programming in ?? There are many good tutorials on the web , here are a couple of popular
Hi, In between reading that big book ,if you want something basic and practical to get you going then try these good online
As hexreader points out, received pulse widths in IR may not be the same as the transmitted ones. Thus there is usually additional coding to account for that. One method is called Manchester coding. Here are links to a series of tutorials by Nigel Goodwin. Link to all tutorials: Link to tut
Hi, You want to follow this simple 2 digit tutorial to understand how driving 7 segment works, then expand it to your needs. You might be able to reduce the chip count by using more i/o ports on the
Hi, You can use his tutorial which should easily adapt to the 84A do not give details of your dev board, but most dev boards have a 5v regulator on board, so 9v input should be ok. If you do not have a regulator onboard then t
Hi , Have a look at these lcd tutorials. Also no need to use the ORG on each subroutine. EPE FAQs & Resources PIC Tutorial* Three - LCD Modules
You are not actually putting anything on to the out pins, you are just changing their status from output to input. Check on this page and try to understand how it works from there, it should help PIC Tutorial One - LED's
Hi, There are loads of lcd tutorials around either on this site or the web. Try this site - PIC Tutorial  Three - LCD Modules
Hi, See this good tutorial for all hardware and software details PIC Tutorial* Nine - HEX Keypad
PIC Tutorial* Eight - using the PWM hardware Hope this helps. Tahmid. ---------- Post added at 16:04 ---------- Previo
check this Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page Nigel tut1_2 with 16F628A
Hi, Its all done already for you at this Assembler tutorial Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page . You just need to stitch them together to make your complete program, though you will learn more by working your way though all the lessons.
Hi, This tutorial might help PIC Tutorial* Five - Infrared Communication Also think you mentioned earlier about a frequency counter - this is another good linkFrequency counter with PIC and 4- to 5-digit LED display
check this Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page ---------- Post added at 10:38 ---------- Previous post was at 10:30 ---------- also check Start Here with F628
Hi, Yes we haven't heard from you for a while.. You will find full details of the software usart here PIC Tutorial* Seven - RS232 - should work fine on the 84A. If you are communicating with another pic or micro you do not need a Max232 chip if the distance is just a couple of meters.
Hi, You are using the Hardware Usarts of the chip, if you want more Usarts then simply use any standard i/o's with your own custom Software Usart. Thats how they did it before chips had Hardware Usarts built in. Details here of how to do it in Assembler, for other languages just Google. PIC
The infrared encoding I have used was pulse-width modulated. The receiver and transmitter modules did not provide any amplitude information. Here are some more in depth discussions: PIC Tutorial* Five - Infrared Communication Simple infrared d
check this Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page Multiplexed Seven Segment Display using PIC16F877A and HI-TECH C | eXtreme Electronics #include #define DIGIT1 RA0 #d
Hi, Generally when using those RF modules you have to use some method of Addressing and Encoding otherwise your receiver gets flooded by all the other rf signals around, scope the RX output to see for yourself. If you search the forum you will find referece to the Manchester encoding method.
Hi, This tutorial should help you out - see sections 3 and 7 Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page
Rather than having someone else write all the code for you, here are a couple of pointers Delay code for PIC using this you can generate the delays you need. pic_tutorial will help with general programming. This way you will learn m
Here are tutorials which demo the use of a keypad and its interface: PIC Tutorial Nine - HEX Keypad PIC Tutorial - Keypad Board Electronic combination lo
refer this Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page
refer this site for help PIC Tutorial  Ten - 7 Segment LED's Interfacing Seven Segment Displays | eXtreme Electronics
Hi bonn.2101, Try Nigel's tutorial on LCD It's very easy and descriptive. PIC Tutorial  Three - LCD Modules Relevant hardware is here, Nigel's PIC Tutorial Hardware Hope this helps you,
Hi, You can learn it here; PIC Tutorial* Thirteen - Multiplexed LED's Nigel's PIC Tutorial - Matrix LED Board with shift
Hi, To shift cursor to line2 you have to command the LCD (ie RS=0 & RW=0) with 0xC0 not 0x40. Check there; PIC Tutorial* Three - LCD Modules Thank you,
Hi, You are progressing ...:-D See this good tutorial for general RS232 / Usart details and example 7.7 which uses the hardware Usart of the 876A/877A chips. PIC Tutorial* Seven - RS232 If you have a Pickit2 you can use its USART progam to test your code.
Here are a few: Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page PIC Tutorial Microchip Technology Inc. is a Leading Provider of Microcontroller and Analog Semiconductors, providing low-risk product development, lower total
Hi, Well I did have some simple working servo assembler code but cannot find it now ! There are loads of pic assember servo code around this forum and the web. First have a look at this tutorial which explains how the servo is controlled. That code should run on your 877a if you change the pic84 to 877A and again put the user registers s
This is a good starting place if you want to use RF Nigel's PIC Tutorial Page Look at Tutorial 12 that is about RF, I know it may be a bigger pic but you could always change it. Why not just use a transistor if your only switching 30mw that way you don't need relays which will cut the cost down
Thanks you Jerin .... But i need is PIC microcontroller and the proccessor is P16F876A ... i need a example in assembly language and not in C language, but the way i am newbie to learn the PIC microcontroller for my Final Year Project .... Hi Try here - PIC T