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2000-05-31 Using PIC16C5X Microcontrollers as LCD Drivers
This application note describes an LCD controller implementation using a PIC16C55 microcontroller. This technique offers display capabilities for applications that require a small display at a low cost together with the capabilities of the standard PIC16C55 microcontroller.
2000-05-31 Using a PIC16C5X as a Smart I?C Peripheral
This application note describes the implementation of a standard slave device with multiple bi-directional registers. A subset of the full I?C specification is supported, which can be controlled by the same software that would talk to a Microchip 24LCXX series EEPROM.
2000-06-05 PIC16C5X/16CXX Math Utility Routines
This application note provides some utility math routines for Microchip's PIC16C5X and PIC16CXX series of 8-bit microcontrollers.
2000-05-30 Interfacing the 93XX76 and 93XX86 to a PIC16C5X
This application note is intended to provide the engineer with standalone code modules for accomplishing all of the necessary functions required to utilize the 93XX76 and 93XX86 3-wire serial EEPROM devices in an application.
2000-06-07 Interfacing 93CX6 Serial EEPROMs to PIC16C5X Microcontrollers
This application note is intended for design engineers who wish to incorporate a pre-packaged serial EEPROM interface driver into their application.
2000-05-30 Frequency Counter Using PIC16C5X
A frequency counter that can read frequencies from 50Hz to 50MHz was implemented in this application note in order to demonstrate this method of measuring the 16-bit counter value from the prescaler and TMR0.
2000-06-06 Communicating with the I?C Bus Using the PIC16C5X
This application note is intended for design engineers who want to develop their software programs to communicate a microcontroller with a 2-wire bus Serial EEPROM through a general purpose I/O port.
2000-05-10 Communicating with IC Bus Using the PIC16C5X
This application note is intended for design engineers who want to develop their software programs to communicate microcontrollers with a 2-wire bus serial IEEPROM through a general purpose I/O port.
2000-06-02 Using Timer1 in Asynchronous Clock Mode
This application note discusses the use of the Timer1 module, of the PIC16CXX family, for an asynchronous clock.
2000-06-01 Using the PWM
This application note provides examples, which illustrate the uses of PWM using the PIC17C42 Timer1 or Timer2 modules. These examples may be modified to suit the specific needs of your application.
2000-05-29 Using the PORTB Interrupt on Change as an External Interrupt Pin
This application note will discuss some of the issues in using PORTB as additional external interrupt pins, and will show some examples.
2000-06-05 Using the CCP Modules
This application note discusses the operation of a Capture Compare and PWM (CCP) module, and the interaction of multiple CCP modules with the timer resources.
2000-06-01 Using the Capture Module
This application report provides examples, which illustrate the uses of input capture using the PIC17C42 Timer3 module.
2000-06-01 Using the Analog to Digital Converter
This application note is intended for PIC16C7X users with various degrees of familiarity with analog system design.
2000-06-05 Using SRAM With A PIC16CXX
This application note uses the PIC16C74. Since the PIC16C74 does not have an external address/data bus, one was created using the I/O ports.
2000-06-01 Using External RAM with PIC17CXX Devices
This technical note shows how to connect a PIC17CXX device to external memory. It also provides instructions and calculations to help determine which speeds of SRAM work with which frequency crystal.
2000-06-02 Use of the SSP Module in the I?C Multi-Master Environment
This application note uses the PIC16CXX in a Multi-Master I?C environment. The PIC16CXX acts as both a Master and a Slave on the bus.
2000-06-01 Tone Generation Using Recursive Techniques
This application note implements tone generation using recursive techniques. The algorithm for a resonator is developed and implemented using PIC17C42.
2000-06-06 Techniques to Disable Global Interrupts
This application note discusses four methods of disabling global interrupts in the PIC16CXX and the PIC17C42 family of microcontrollers.
2000-05-29 Software Stack Management
This application note implements a 5-deep stack, so 5 nested calls can be made without overflowing the stack.
2000-05-29 Software Interrupt Techniques
This application note describes a unique method for implementing interrupts in software on the PIC16C5X series of microcontrollers.
2000-06-02 Software Implementation of I?C Bus Master
This application note describes the software implementation of I?C interface routines for the PIC16CXX family of devices.
2000-06-02 Software Implementation of Asynchronous Serial I/O
This application note describes the Interrupt-driven Software implementation of Asynchronous Serial I/O (Half Duplex RS-232 Communications) using PIC16CXX microcontrollers.
2000-05-31 Servo Control of a DC-Brush Motor
This application note examines the use of the PIC17C42 as a dc brush motor servo controller.
2000-06-01 Serial Port Utilities
This application note provides information on using the serial port, parity generation, serial port expansion, RS-232 interface, I/O port expansion using synchronous mode of serial port.
2000-05-30 Serial Port Routines Without Using the RTCC
This application note offers routines to do a simple 8-bit transmit and receive with no handshake, at baud rates from 1,200 to 9,600.
2000-05-31 Saving and Restoring Status on Interrupt (Implementing a Parameter Stack)
This application note demonstrates how to implement a parameter stack to save key registers, such as the W, ALUSTA (which has carry, zero and other flag bits) and the bank select register (BSR), in an interrupt service routine.
2000-06-05 Resistance and Capacitance Meter Using a PIC16C622
This application note describes the characteristics of the comparator and voltage reference modules integrated within the PIC16CXX microcontrollers. It also discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using linear slope integrating ADC techniques. A detailed description of the measurement techniques used in the application circuit is likewise presented.
2000-06-06 Power-up Trouble Shooting
This application note describes the requirements for the PIC16/17 family of devices to properly power-up, common pitfalls that designers encounter, and methods to assist in solving power-up problems.
2000-05-30 Power-Up Considerations
This application note describes the typical power-up sequence for PIC16C5X microcontrollers. Methods of assuring reset during power-up and after a brownout are discussed. Low-cost external solutions are also explained for power-up situations where the PIC16C5X's internal circuitry cannot provide the reset.
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