PIC is a family of RISC microcontrollers made by Microchip Technology, derived from the PIC1650, originally developed by General Instrument's Microelectronics Division. PICs use a Reduced instruction set, varying in length from about 35 instructions at the low-end, to about 70 instructions at the high-end. The set includes instructions to perform many operations on the accumulator. and a constant or the accumulator and a memory location, and for conditionally executing code and jumping/calling other parts of the program and returning from them, and specific hardware features like interrupts, and a low power mode called sleep. Microchip provides a freeware IDE package called MPLAB, with a software simulator and assembler.
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CCS, Inc.: C Compilers
Provides embedded software tools designed for Microchip PIC MCU and dsPIC DSCs.
Crownhill Associates, Ltd.
Makes PIC development system: software (Proton PICBASIC suite, realtime virtual modeling); and hardware (prototype breadboards, internet/ethernet boards, serial graphics LCD, IR, smart card, solderless).
PIC projects (thermostats: simple, HAC; DC/DC converter for digital panel meter power supply), Jal library (DS1621, DS1721, DS1307, BIN2BCD, Vasile Surducan original file).
Microchip Technology, Inc.
Makes PIC 8- and 16-bit processors, and many other products.
Dedicated to programming Microchip PIC processors with C: sample source code, tutorial, FAQ, articles, links bootloaders. By Shane Tolmie.
Development tool for microcontroller based boards, has graphical and realtime simulator, full featured editor, supports Asm, Jal, PICBASIC; news, contacts, CVS, downloads. SourceForge.net.
Makes PIC and PIC18 Simulator IDEs; Basic compiler, assembler, disassembler, debugger; screenshots, documents, full function evaluation copy, free download.
PIC 16x84 Basics
Necessities for Microchip PIC 16C84, 16F84 microcontrollers. Descriptions of basics, functions, features; definitions, video tutorials, indispensable information.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
PIC Microprocessor Simulator on Linux
Simulates PIC16F84A on Linux using a GUI for easier programming and debugging of PIC programs. Has memory viewer, source browser, register editor, mapping PIC pins to parallel port for hardware interface. SourceForge.net.
Projects using Microchip PICmicro microcontrollers (MCUs), coded in CCS C, descriptions, schematics; all free, with source code. Westford MicroSystems.
Good resource, much content: programmer hardware, writing code, buying tips, instruction set, datasheets, features, practical projects, tips, links.
PIC FAQ, PICkit 2 FAQ, starters tutorial, blink a LED, dwarf boards, tools, projects. English, Nederlands. By Wouter van Ooijen.
IDE for programs for PIC and dsPIC processors, similar to MPLAB program. Supports several compiler and assembler toolchains: GPSim simulator; ICD2 debugger; ICD1, PICkit1, PICkit2, PicStart+, and most direct programmers. Command-line programmer and debugger available. SourceForge.net.
Simulink - Embedded Target for PIC
Wiki article on the Embedded Target for PIC / dsPIC, a blockset for Matlab that works on the top of the MathWorks Simulink.
Set of links to websites on Microchip PIC microcontrollers, related projects.
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