PIC Overview ELG4911 Raymond Peterkin Edited by: Misbah Islam Outline Introduction to PIC Developing code for PIC MPLAB IDE Project Creation Updating Source Code Building Projects Programming the PIC References: www.microchip.com
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Edited by: Misbah Islam
Basically meant to develop and run ASM programs
More than One billion 8bit processors have been sold
PIC 18 Features:
External Off-chip 2 MB (EMI uses 38 pins)
Software package that lets you assemble, compile, link, export and debug programs.
Hardware that allows you to test the developed programs on non-real (emulated) hardware. To test ICE you need IDE
Is a piece of hardware, e.g. PICkit 2, PM3 that allow the export of executable .hex files (load) files to the PIC processor’s memory directly. It is driven by the IDE.
StartProgramsMicrochipPICkit2 v 2.40
Good Tutorial: p 45 summary