AVR: An Introductory Course by John Morton

By John Morton

This ebook contains 15 programming and constructional initiatives, and covers the diversity of AVR chips presently to be had, together with the hot Tiny AVR. No earlier event with microcontrollers is thought. John Morton is writer of the preferred PIC: your own Introductory direction, additionally released through Newnes. *The hands-on approach of studying to take advantage of the Atmel AVR microcontroller *Project paintings designed to place the AVR via its paces *The simply booklet designed to get you up-and-running with the AVR from sq. one

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The programmer has a single 40-pin ZIF socket mounted on it. g. PIC16F877) can be programmed by placing them directly on the socket and closing the handle. g. PIC16F84) are normally placed at the far end of the socket near the handle. 1 has the advantage that it can program a very large variety of PIC microcontroller chips. The programmer device is sold for around £99 in UK and includes a USB cable. 2. ) or from many other electronic component distributors. EPIC Plus is a low-cost programmer with an 18-pin socket on the device.

What is a flash memory? Explain the differences between a flash program memory and an EPROM program memory. Which one would you use in program development? 2. What is an EEPROM memory? Explain where you might use it. Give an example PIC microcontroller which has EEPROM memory. 3. Explain briefly the bit definitions of the INTCON register. Where would you use bit 6 of this register? 4. Explain how an I/O port direction is controlled in a PIC microcontroller. In an application it is required to make bits 0, 2, 4, and 6 of PORTB as input ports.

ADRESH and ADRESL are the A/D converter result registers. ADRESL is the low byte and ADRESH is the upper 2 bits (if a 10-bit converter is used). We shall see how to configure the result of the conversion later. ADCON1 is the second A/D control register. This register controls the format of converted data and mode of the PORTA inputs. 17. Bit 7 is called ADFM and when this bit is 0 the result of the A/D conversion is left justified, when it is 1, the result of the A/D conversion is right justified.

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