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PIC microcontrollers, for beginners too

Small book cover: PIC microcontrollers, for beginners too

PIC microcontrollers, for beginners too
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Publisher: mikroElektronika
Number of pages: 154

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PIC microcontrollers : low-cost computers-in-a-chip; they allow electronics designers and hobbyists add intelligence and functions that mimic big computers for almost any electronic product or project. The purpose of this book is not to make a microcontroller expert out of you, but to make you equal to those who had someone to go to for their answers. Book contains many practical examples, complete assembler instruction set, appendix on MPLAB program package and more.

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