Maestro

Recently I have been assisting a colleague with his newly found interest in PICs and it was interesting to go through the phases of getting started with PIC development from a newbies perspective. Although, I must admit the experience was nothing new it was a good trip down memory lane to actualy experience what it’s […]

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Wifi, Internet and Capacitive Touch

As mentioned in a previous post I attended the Microchip Summer School which is a 1 day event, hosted on different days in the three main cities in South Africa. This year there were a number of very interesting pieces of technology demonstrated. 2 in particular were very noteworthy. The first was a wifi enablebd […]

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PIC16F … 18 PIN devices

I was recently browsing a post found on Embedded Lab: which discussed a Capaciatance Meter. Interestingly the project used an 18 PIN 8 bit device. The project details the exercise very well along with interfacing an LCD display; all on 18 PINs. Why interesting? Well keeping up on the reading would suggest that small pin […]

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