Tag Archives: CIPs

Microcontroller Core Simulation Strategies

There are several reasons why you might want to write a simulator for a micro controller: education, debugging, legacy/preservation, or just fun. Over the years I have felt the need for a bit of all of the above and I have … Continue reading

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Waiting for Curiosity -> Simplicity

While preparing the code examples for the “Rocket Science” book, I had an opportunity to play with a prototype of a soon to be released new 8-bit board called “Curiosity” featuring a built in PICkit3 programmer/debugger (a la PIC24/PIC32 Starter Kit) and, … Continue reading

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8-bit is Easier! This is (not) Rocket Science – new Book on Lulu!

I felt the urge to write another book and this time I ‘ve focused on the new 8-bit PIC16F1 family and its Core Independent Peripherals: ISBN: 978-1-312-90777-5 Lulu.com, 160 pages Three Steps to embedded Control ZEN Discover a whole new … Continue reading

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