16F84 TUTORIAL PDF

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The Microchip PIC series of microcontrollers have several sources of hardware interrupts. These are RISC microcontrollers with 35 instructions. To configure interrupts or other hardware functions are setup by configuring various bits in selected registers, in particular here the INTCOM register.

Here I'll start with hardware interrupts, which add incredible power to these low-cost devices. This is a general discussion of hardware interrupts. To enable any interrupt the SET bit 7 to 1 in the interrupt control register. This is often referred to as a "flag" bit for testing. Once SET no further interrupts can occur until the bit is cleared to 0. Testing the state of bit 0 if 1 shows the interrupt occurred. No further interrupts can occur until bit 0 is cleared to 0.

Great, we have the interrupts programmed and ready to go what's next? If one has done Arduino programming the above should be somewhat familiar. This is what really goes on "under the hood" of microcontrollers. It differs between them but all have "vectors" that point to particular memory locations during resets and interrupts. The program counter after being saved on the STACK jumps to location 0x04 and executes the code that follows until it encounter a "RETFIE" command then retrieves the original PC and resumes execution of whatever code it was processing at the time of the interrupt.

I'd highly advise doing that. I use that part because it's easier to illustrate, but everything here applies to other PICs that simply have more interrupt devices to choose from. I'll be looking direct examples of what we just discussed elsewhere. Web site Copyright Lewis Loflin , All rights reserved.

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The Microchip PIC series of microcontrollers have several sources of hardware interrupts. These are RISC microcontrollers with 35 instructions. To configure interrupts or other hardware functions are setup by configuring various bits in selected registers, in particular here the INTCOM register. Here I'll start with hardware interrupts, which add incredible power to these low-cost devices. This is a general discussion of hardware interrupts. To enable any interrupt the SET bit 7 to 1 in the interrupt control register. This is often referred to as a "flag" bit for testing.

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Microchip manufacture a sequence of microcontrollers called PIC. It is controlled by software and programmed in the manner to perform several tasks. There are so many types of microcontrollers available, and some of them are low memory type. These microcontrollers are almost economical, functional and simple to discover. As compare to different microcontrollers like Arduino Uno which are a little expensive and consists of development boards.

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