Paperback: 960 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 2 edition (December 4, 2000)
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About the book :
This book is a fully updated and revised compendium of PIC programming information. Comprehensive coverage of the PICMicros' hardware architecture and software schemes will complement the host of experiments and projects making this a true, "Learn as you go" tutorial. New sections on basic electronics and basic programming have been added for less sophisticated users along with 10 new projects and 20 new experiments. New pedagogical features have also been added such as "Programmers Tips" and "Hardware Fast FAQs".
* Printed Circuit Board for a PICMicro programmer included with the book! This programmer will have the capability to program all the PICMicros used by the application.
* Twice as many projects including a PICMicro based Webserver
* Twenty new "Experiments" to help the user better understand how the PICMicro works.
* An introduction to Electronics and Programming in the Appendices along with engineering formulas and PICMicro web references
Using the PICmicro(R) family of microchips as examples, electronics writer Predko explains microcontrollers, programming languages, and programming. The author does assume his readers have some prior education or experience, and his technical text may require some additional reading