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Microchip PIC

PIC Autorange Capacitance Meter

Really powerful autoranged capacitance meter based on PIC16F873. It means users does not need to adjust the range settings. The measuring range is quite large, from 5pF to 2600uF.

PIC18F2550 Project Board

The new PIC18F2550 Project Board was designed as the development platform for student projects.

PICkit serial analyzer

The PICkit Serial Analyzer is a low-cost USB-based tool used to direct communication between a PC and an external serial device.

PicLA - a very low cost Logic Analyser

A logic analyser using an 18F2525 PIC microprocessor and a PC. The PIC is used as a hardware capture device which monitors the datalines and records all changes. The buffering, triggering, interpretation and display is handled by a PC program running under Windows.

Homemade RFID reader

Easy homemade RFID tags reader based on the PIC microcontroller.

PIC interface for AT keyboard

Three PIC circuits for PS/AT keyboard interfacing plus one more PIC keyboard solution.

Microcontroller video game

A video game system. The hardware was designed and built using three microcontrollers. The software includes low-level firmware, and a custom video game called Alien Slaughter!

Using External Data Memory with PIC24F/24H/dsPIC33F

AN1210: the methodology to use the Parallel Master Port (PMP) module to interface with external data memory; either external Flash or external RAM.

USB Mass Storage on Microchip PIC

Implementing a Mass Storage Device Using the Microchip USB Device Firmware Framework

Real-time OS (RTOS) for Microchip PICs

A basic real time operating system (let’s call it BRTOS) for PIC microprocessors, written in PROTON PICBASIC environment.

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