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sleepsleep I advise you to choose the PIC 16F84 its easy to program and 16F84 has proven very popular with the hobbyist community also its relatively cheap so you wont really worry too much if things go kaboom. for an LED switcher you dont need a whole lotta power this chip will not be taxed by the job
|11 Apr 2007, 04:30||
yo yo, dex4u, rain_storm
yup, i downloaded the MPLAB and now playing with it,
after printing out the PIC16F84A and try a few instruction, what i could say is, it seems its instruction name is more logical that what i use for x86.
addlw ; add literal value to working register.
movlw ; << u can guess now what it is
movwf ; move working to file
but of course, i still preffer the concept of 
maybe mov [w],30
so far, i think i am quite ... comfortable with the MPLAB, maybe i would just use this for my project
thanks a lot !!
after i follow the tutorial, probably i ask them to send me some sampel chips to try.
i think the idea got some pretty nice market !!
those car lovers would just pay everything in order to make their wheels awesome and it is fun & arts to make something like that...
|11 Apr 2007, 05:01||
If you have to make the programmer yourself, I suggest++ the JDM type and the IC-Prog software. You can still use MPLAB of course (I don't), but programming must be made separately.
However, the JDM is the simplest programmer (and works good IMO) and IC-Prog is a good program (IIRC it supports also the Tait programmer Dex4u mentioned, anyway).
However, while I think that the 16Fxxx may be a good start, to stay there too long is a waste of time IMHO..
|11 Apr 2007, 08:25||
I'm currently taking a digital system design, and it uses the Xilinx FPGA.
The language used is VHDL.
Now I'm learning simple I/O with computer monitor.
So assembly coding doesn't seem to be relevant here.
Isn't that wonderful ??
|11 Apr 2007, 09:51||
HDL (Hardware Description Language) is the only type of languages better and more interesting than ASM!
|12 Apr 2007, 11:56||
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