[time-nuts] Good (cheap) PIC chip choice for project?

Azelio Boriani azelio.boriani at screen.it
Sat May 25 10:03:53 EDT 2013

I started with just the PIC datasheet to learn about the hardware
architecture and the MPASM to write (in assembler) the first try at a
PIC16C84 (at that time the PIC16F84 was not yet available). There are
plenty of sites about PICs and relative projects. The Shera controller
is based on PICs.

On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 3:46 PM, Jason Rabel
<jason at extremeoverclocking.com> wrote:
> I've decided I finally want to tackle learning how to use a PIC chip for some smaller projects. Can someone recommend me a good (and
> cheap) PIC, and possible some literature (be it a book or website)? I have a fairly recent willem eprom programmer that I'm hoping I
> can use.
> I don't know what all the features PICs have, but for my first project I would like to have it connected to a serial port on one of
> my Soekris' where it can grab info (i.e. the current time, or NTP/GPS info) and output that on a little LED display.
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