Designing Embedded Systems with 32-bit PIC Microcontrollers by Dogan Ibrahim (Auth.)

By Dogan Ibrahim (Auth.)

The recent new release of 32-bit PIC microcontrollers can be utilized to resolve the more and more complicated embedded procedure layout demanding situations confronted by means of engineers this present day. This e-book teaches the fundamentals of 32-bit C programming, together with an advent to the PIC 32-bit C compiler. It encompasses a complete description of the structure of 32-bit photographs and their functions, besides assurance of the correct improvement and debugging instruments. via a sequence of totally discovered instance initiatives, Dogan Ibrahim demonstrates how engineers can harness the ability of this new expertise to optimize their embedded designs.
With this ebook you are going to learn:
The benefits of 32-bit PICs
The fundamentals of 32-bit PIC programming
The aspect of the structure of 32-bit PICs
How to interpret the Microchip info sheets and draw out their key points
How to exploit the integrated peripheral interface units, together with SD playing cards, CAN and USB interfacing
How to exploit 32-bit debugging instruments comparable to the ICD3 in-circuit debugger, mikroCD in-circuit debugger, and actual Ice emulator

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Convert the following decimal numbers into octal: a) 255 b) 1024 c) 129 d) 2450 e) 4096 f) 256 g) 180 h) 4096 18. Convert the following hexadecimal numbers into decimal: a) AA b) EF c) 1FF d) FFFF e) 1AA f) FEF g) F0 h) CC 19. Convert the following binary numbers into hexadecimal: a) 0101 b) 11111111 c) 1111 d) 1010 e) 1110 f) 10011111 g) 1001 h) 1100 Microcomputer Systems 39 20. Convert the following binary numbers into octal: a) 111000 b) 000111 c) 1111111 d) 010111 e) 110001 f) 11111111 g) 1000001 h) 110000 21.

Notice that external pull-up resistors are normally used on open-drain output pins. 13, all odd-numbered (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, and 15) PORT B output pins are configured to be open drain. CNCON Some of the I/O pins can be configured to generate an interrupt when a change is detected on the pin. The SFR registers that control this change notice are the following: • • • CNCON: used to enable or disable the interrupt-on change (change notice) feature. CNENx: contains the control bits, where ‘x’ is the number of the change notice pin.

For example, if bit 7 is set, then the source of reset is the external MCLR input (further details can be obtained from the individual microcontroller data sheets). In this section, we are interested in external resets which are caused for example by the user pressing a button. The MCLR pin is used for external device reset, device programming, and device debugging. External reset occurs when the MCLR pin is lowered. 10 shows a typical external reset circuit where a push-button switch is connected between the points JP.

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