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PIC delay code generator

Posted by Yifan Wang on August 17, 2010 at 5:30pm

Places to Buy Stuff (that are actually open)

Posted by Greg Hoy on January 22, 2012 at 5:00pm — 7 Comments

RTC + PIC18 = <3

Posted by Sebastian Kosch on February 19, 2011 at 11:00pm — 1 Comment

PIC16 Table Lookups - A Guide

Posted by Jack Sparrow on January 28, 2011 at 1:00am — 6 Comments

Code too long?

Posted by Matt Nejati on January 26, 2011 at 9:47pm — 10 Comments

Notes on RS232 and Hyperterminal

Posted by Soon Kyu Lee on March 12, 2013 at 11:42pm

AER201: A Retrospective Look

Posted by Abigail Amu on April 10, 2012 at 4:03pm

First Adventure to Solway Metal Factory

Posted by Abigail Amu on January 21, 2012 at 8:00pm — 3 Comments

correct EEPROM code

Posted by Andrew Ferrazzutti on February 4, 2012 at 6:18pm — 2 Comments

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Posting Guidelines (Read before posting) 6 Replies

Welcome to the Personal Mechatronics Lab Web forums. We hope you'll use this area productively. Before posting, please read these guidelines:Remember: This conference is only one channel of community-supported technical support. Provide as much…Continue

Started by Jai Bansal in Electromechanical. Last reply by guoyanying Mar 23.

Finding the operation time 18 Replies

kk serious question, no jokes.how do you find elapsed time? either with timers or RTC?thanks!!Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Stepping through the code? 16 Replies

Last minute desperate plea for simple advice: how do you step through the code on the pic? I've just been using the simulator until now...Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Oscillator frequency 9 Replies

Anyone happened to know the command/register to select/lower internal oscillator frequency?Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

RTC code not working.. 23 Replies

So my RTC code just stopped working. I've loaded code that worked a week ago and nothing - it gets hung on the macro which checks for the bus being free (i2c_common_stop). Anyone have ideas on solutions?Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Saving the value from keypad 26 Replies

Has anyone figured out how to store a result from the keypad without destroying it? I can only seem to define one button, as after that section of code the original result from the keypad seems to be lost Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Laptop not recognizing the board 4 Replies

Hey guys, I recently updated my mac and i don't know if there is anything related, but i can't put the code into my board anymore. Sometimes I can't click on the "make and program" bottom. When I do, I doesn't seem to detect any board connected to…Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Board not responding!! 5 Replies

I have a problem!! Something wrong happened while I was trying to download code onto the devbugger board, and now my board has gone into deadlock, and the busy light just keeps pulsing on and off. I can't download code to it anymore because my…Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Problem when calling macros 9 Replies

Is any one else having a problem when calling macros? My code doesn't seem to work properly with macros especially when there are inline subroutines within it. (I am on PIC18)Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

Using W as source registers 2 Replies

I just found out the hard way(almost an hour of debugging in the simulator) that if you use W as the source register for the RRF and RLF instructions, the microcontroller does something really strange. Just letting everyone know in case someone else…Continue

Started by Kenny Kim in Microcontroller. Last reply by xiaoyang Mar 13.

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