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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.
2000-06-06 Techniques to Disable Global Interrupts
This application note discusses four methods of disabling global interrupts in the PIC16CXX and the PIC17C42 family of microcontrollers.
2000-06-05 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.
2000-06-05 PIC16C5X/16CXX Math Utility Routines
This application note provides some utility math routines for Microchip's PIC16C5X and PIC16CXX series of 8-bit microcontrollers.
2000-06-06 Implementing a Table Read
This application note shows how to implement a table lookup for all PIC16/17 products.
2000-06-06 Fixed Point Routines
This application note presents an implementation of the multiplication and division fixed-point math routines for the PIC16/17 microcontroller families.
2000-06-06 A Real-Time Operating System for PIC16/17
This application note explores how to implement all of the features of a large Real-Time Multitasking Kernel for the PIC16CXX family of microprocessors in much less space, with more control, without the large overhead of existing kernels.
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.
2000-06-02 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.
2000-06-02 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.
2000-06-02 Low-Power Real-Time Clock
This application note implements a low-power, real-time clock using the Timer1 module of the PIC16CXX family of processors.
2000-06-02 Interfacing to an LCD Module
This application note interfaces a PIC16CXX device to the Hitachi LM032L, a two-line-by-twenty-character LCD display module.
2000-05-30 Implementing Wake-Up on Key Stroke
This application note shows how the PIC16CXX microcontrollers prolong battery life in battery-powered applications by putting the PIC16CXX to sleep during the inactive state and when a key is pressed, the PIC16CXX wakes up, does the task, and then goes back to sleep.
2000-06-05 Implementing Ultrasonic Ranging
This application note describes a method of interfacing PIC16CXX microcontrollers to the Polaroid 6500 Rangin Module. This implementation uses a minimum of microcontroller resources, a CCP module and two I/O pins.
2000-06-02 Apple Desktop Bus (ADB)
This application note introduces a PIC16CXX-based Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) interface, which can be used as a basis for the development of custom ADB devices. It describes the hardware involved, a general-purpose ADB protocol handler and an example application task.
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