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  • Low Cost USB Microcontroller Programmer The building of the PICkit TM 1 FLASH Starter Kit
    . The following is a list of features that make the PICkit 1 a useful design example. AN258 Low Cost USB Microcontroller Programmer AN258. Low Cost USB Microcontroller Programmer. The building of the PICkit™ 1 FLASH Starter Kit. FIGURE 1: PICkit™ 1 FLASH STARTER KIT. Authors: Reston Condit. Dan Butler
  • PIC16F639 Microcontroller Overview
    The PIC16F639 is a suitable microcontroller for bidirectional communications, remote passive keyless entry and low-frequency sensing applications. The device includes a PIC16F636 microcontroller and a three channel Low-Frequency (LF) front-end device in a single 20-pin SSOP package. These two
  • TSL2550 with Microcontroller
    SMBus communication using standard I/O ports on a microcontroller. Engineers and programmers beginning an SMBus project - such as for the TAOS TSL2550 - will immediately recognize the similarities between the SMBus specs and those of I²C. Those fortunate enough to be programming microcontrollers
  • Interfacing Microchip's MCP41XXX/42XXX Digital Potentiometers to a PICmicro Microcontroller
    The MCP41XXX and MCP42XXX family of digital potentiometers communicate using a standard 3-wire SPI compatible interface. This application note will discuss communications between these devices and a PIC16F876 microcontroller. The code supplied with this application note will include both absolute
  • A PC-Based Development Programmer for the PIC16C84
    This application note describes the construction of a low cost serial programmer which uses a PC with a parallel (Centronix printer) port to control a PIC16C84. This programmer has the capability of programming a PIC16C84 microcontroller, and reading back internal data without removing the device
  • KeeLoQ HCS30X, HCS200 Stand-Alone Programmer
    This application note describes how to implement a KEELOQ stand-alone programmer using a Microchip PIC16F84A microcontroller. The PIC16F84A is a FLASH microcontroller with 64 bytes of internal EEPROM that, in this design, is used to store the incremental serial number programmed into HCS encoders
  • USB Device Stack for PIC32 Programmer?s Guide
    device * Simplifies definition of USB descriptors and con- firmware stack provides an easy-to-use framework to figuration information simplify the development of USB 2.0 compliant periph- * Optional support for alternate interface settings erals when using supported Microchip microcontroller
  • In-Circuit Serial Programming of Calibration Parameters Using a PICmicro (R) Microcontroller
    In-Circuit Serial Programming algorithm of the 14-bit core microcontrollers. In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP�) of Calibration Parameters Using a PICmicro� Microcontroller. AN656. In-Circuit Serial Programming (ICSP™) of Calibration Parameters. Using a PICmicro™ Microcontroller. PROGRAMMING FIXTURE

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