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PIC Microcontroller Projects
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:04 pm    Post subject: PIC Microcontroller Projects
Subject description: ...with a whole gob of schematics...
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Hello Gang,

I recently launched a resource I hope you might find useful. It is a gynormous collection of hardware projects using the PIC microcontroller in the PIC Micro Pascal language. It covers the hardware and software equally.

http://pic-in-pascal.blogspot.com/

I'm adding one or two new projects daily, so be sure to stop back often. The whole shitteree is free of charge, of course, and there's nothing commercial about it all. I'm retired, don't you know, and do things just for fun now!

Currently it's at 43 projects, but I've actually tested and drawn schematics for over 100. Since it's supposed to be a bit of an incremental tutorial, it will take more episodes to work up to the four cool music and MIDI projects, but they are a-coming, I assure you. In the meanwhile, work through these prerequisite projects (which really are pretty cool in their own right) so you'll be up to speed for the music-making ahead.

I'd appreciate your book-marking this site and passing the link around to friends or other forums. I'm doing this simply for fun and as a gift to the DIY world, but it does take some five or six hours a day, so having some readers would make me feel like it's all worth it!

And feel free to leave comments or questions there.

Best wishes,

Thomas Henry
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 8:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

WOW! this is GREAT!
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