Beginners Guide to Embedded C Programming Volume 2

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Timers, Interrupts, Communication, Displays and More • Timers, Interrupts, Displays, Serial Communication, Motor Control projects • Shows how to use the Microchip PIC16F690 microcontroller peripherals • All projects use the Microchip PICkit™2 Programmer/Development Board • Free Lite version of HI-TECH C® Pro compiler used for all of the book’s projects If you liked his first C book “Beginner’s Guide to Embedded C Programming” then you will love this one. When you have finished reading this book and completed the projects, you’ll be well beyond the title of Beginner and well on your way to becoming an experienced programmer in C.

In this “Volume 2†Chuck takes the reader to the next level by introducing how to drive displays, how to use interrupts, how to use serial communication, how to use the internal hardware peripherals of the PIC16F690 Microcontroller such as SPI, PWM and Timers. He even introduces how to drive a stepper motor for those looking for electromechanical design help. He tackles these topics with his typical down to earth style of writing that makes the reader comfortable as they learn what some consider very difficult topics for the beginner. In addition he continues to use the very powerful HI-TECH C compiler in its free Lite mode so the reader can program along with little or no expense.

All the projects in the book include the software and the hardware schematics so the reader can reproduce the same projects Chuck creates on their own. This is a great companion to the “Beginner’s Guide to Embedded C Programming†but also stands well on its own. If you are looking to learn Embedded C Programming for the Microchip PIC Microcontroller or want to expand your knowledge of using the internal features, then this book needs to be in your library.

Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 – Getting Started
Chapter 2 – Driving an LED Display
Chapter 3 – Driving an LCD
Chapter 4 – Storing Data
Chapter 5 – External Interrupt
Chapter 6 – Using the Timer 1 Interrupt
Chapter 7 – RS232 Communication
Chapter 8 – SPI Communication
Chapter 9 – Pulse Width Modulation
Chapter 10 – Driving a Stepper Motor
Conclusion
Appendix A – Inside the PIC16F690
Appendix B – Development Board Schematic
Index

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