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The old 16c84 was used widely in pay-TV stations, so it was a favorite target for hacking and receipts for defeating its code protection were circulating on the web.


Personally I do not use LVP. You could connect the LEDs to other ports, or use jumpers to temporary disconnect ‘m for re-programming. Weird thing, I had also the same version 1.

Contrary to the daatasheet functions, which are generally enabled by default, most digital special IO functions UART, I2C, PWM etc must be enabled before they can be used, and often the pin must also be configured for the appropriate direction.

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See what results you get with this. A long, long time ago when computer chips died when a cat came near on a dry day General Instruments produced a chip called the PIC, described as a Programmable Intelligent Computer. Gold level PIC consultants since This text will offer advice on how to proceed.

At the moment you can still buy a 16F84a, but the fact that this chip is now more expensive than the more capable 16F is a clear indication that it is nearing its retirement.


Don’t hestitate to write text yourself if you think something is missing! The SX, which is in most aspects a clone of the bit PICs, can be configured to have a 2-level stack for maximum compatibility or an 8-level stack much more useful. There is specific info on how to use 16F84 code on the 16F in the first tutorials on Nigel’s website: These programmers can be recognised from the fact that they contain a PIC or maybe another microcontroller.

But a lot of experience is needed to rate an application’s complexity before applying this rule, it is certainly not just the amount of code, data or MIPSs. The “standard interpretation” of tab characters is that they count as whitespace, which is all we’re concerned about here.

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Hi Marcel, There doesn’t seem to be a 16f64 on the Microchip website Do you mean the 16f84? Monadic one-operand calculations can only be done in the first form: The 16 bit core architecture 18F’s is much better.

So when the code protection bit of a windowed PIC is set you are either one windowed PIC down, or it will have to stay in the eraser for a very long time. To use this macro you must make sure that the whole data array that you are going to access is within one bank.

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This is a datashdet and powerful concept, but IMHO not suited to a beginner. There is one special register, called the W register. A 40 MHz crystal is not supported.

The list server can filter out subtopics like ads or off topics for you. The 16F also has a smaller cousin, the 16F 1k code instead of 2k, not shown in the table. The PIC uses a Harvard architecture, which means that the code and data spaces datassheet completely separate.


Sorry, I can’t decide this one for xatasheet. The source code does use the syntax of a different assembler though, so you will need to work through that – does anyone have a parallax to MPASM converter? This demo produces only a listing, so you can not use it to translate an application, but it might be useful to datasheef how C constructs are translated to PIC assembly.

This requires some modifications and re-compilation or assembly of the program.

You have selected the XT oscillator, 4 MHz is dayasheet the range where a HS setting with it’s higher gain might be needed for some crystals needing a higher drive level. OK guys and gals. The one thing you can’t do in the simulator is look at real world events.

Just like the code space the PIC data space is larger than can be specified in an instruction. My Wisp will do a 16FA. Microchip is also transferring its older bit core chips to flash versions, check for instance the 12F Am I right in thinking that there are built in ‘modules’ for division, multiplication etc. You really only need this if you want to step through the code in the target circuit itself. Tabs versus spaces is just like emacs versus vi.

I have heard that such imperfect programming occurs maybe one in a thousand cases. Thanks ALL for the reply.