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Chapter#1 - THE PIC MICRO-CONTROLLERS HISTORY

Chapter 1 - THE PIC MICRO-CONTROLLERS HISTORY:

Upon Completion of this Chapter, You will be able to:

  • Compare and contrast microprocessors and micro-controllers.
  • Describe the advantages of micro-controllers for some applications.
  • Explain the concept of Embedded systems.
  • Discuss criteria for considering a micro-controllers.
  • Explain the variations of speed, packaging, memory and cost per unit.
  • Compare and contrast the various members of the PIC family.
  • Compare the PIC with micro-controllers offered by other manufacturers.

SECTION  I - MICRO-CONTROLLERS AND EMBEDDED PROCESSORS

  • SECTION  I-1: Micro-controllers Versus General Purpose Microprocessor
  • SECTION  I-2: Micro-controllers for Embedded Systems
  • SECTION  I-3: x86 PC Embedded Applications
  • SECTION  I-4: Criteria for Choosing a Micro-controllers
  • SECTION  I-5: Mechatronics and Micro-controllers

SECTION  2 - OVERVIEW OF THE PIC18 FAMILY

  • SECTION  II-1: A brief history of the PIC micro-controller
  • SECTION  II-2: PIC18 Features
  • SECTION  II-3: PIC micro-controller Program ROM, with UV-EPROM and Flash
  • SECTION  II-4: PIC micro-controller data RAM and EEPROM
  • SECTION  II-5: PIC micro-controller I/O Pins, Peripherals, trainer & other micro-controllers

This chapter begins with a discussion of the role and importance of micro-controllers in every day life. Also discuss criteria to consider in choosing a micro-controller, as well as the use of micro-controllers in the embedded market, Also covers various members of the PIC18 family and their features. Also provide a brief discussion of alternatives to the PIC chip such as the 8051, AVR, and 68HC11 micro-controllers.

In this chapter We will discuss the role and importance of micro-controllers in everyday life. Microprocessors and micro-controller will be contrasted and compared. We will discuss the use of micro-controllers in the embedded market. We will also discuss criteria to consider on choosing a micro-controller such as speed, memory, I/O, Packaging, and cost per unit. the second section we will describe about various families of the PIC, such as the PIC18 and PIC16 and their features. We will discuss various members of the PIC18 family such as the PIC18F252 and PIC18F458.

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