[time-nuts] Good (cheap) PIC chip choice for project?
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Sat May 25 10:53:24 EDT 2013
I started out with the PIC16's as well, I did projects using a number of them, and moved to the PIC18's long ago. If you were starting out today - which family would you start with?
On May 25, 2013, at 10:03 AM, Azelio Boriani <azelio.boriani at screen.it> wrote:
> 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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