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1.1 Explanation of Terms
1.2 Microcontroller Data Types
1.2.1 Unsigned and Signed Binary Numbers
1.2.2 ASCII and EBCDIC Codes
1.2.3 Unpacked and Packed Binary‑Coded‑Decimal Numbers
1.4 Typical Microcontroller Applications
1.4.1 A Simple Microcontroller Application
1.4.2 Embedded Controllers
2.1 Basic Blocks of a Microcomputer
2.1.1 System Bus
2.1.2 Clock Signals
2.2 Microcontroller Architectures
2.3 Central Processing Unit (CPU)
2.3.1 Register Section
2.3.2 Control Unit
2.3.3 Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU)
2.3.4 Simplifed Explanation of Control Unit Design
2.4 Basic Concept of Pipelining
2.5 RISC vs. CISC
2.6 Functional Representation of a Typical Microcontroller—The PIC18F4321
Questions and Problems
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
3.1 Basics of Programming Languages
3.2 Machine Language
3.3 Assembly Language
3.3.1 Types of Assemblers
3.3.2 Assembler Delimiters
3.3.3 Specifying Numbers by Typical Assemblers
3.3.4 Assembler Directives or Pseudoinstructions
3.3.5 Assembly Language Instruction Formats
3.3.6 Typical Instruction Set
3.3.7 Typical Addressing Modes
3.3.8 Subroutine Calls in Assembly Language
3.4 High‑Level Language
3.5 Choosing a Programming Language
3.6 Flowcharts
4.1 Introduction to Microcontroller Memory
4.1.1 Main Memory
4.2.1 Overview of Digital Output Circuits
4.2.2 Simple I/O Devices
4.2.3 Programmed I/O
4.2.4 Unconditional and Conditional Programmed I/O
4.2.5 Interrupt I/O
PIC18F ARCHITECTURE AND ADDRESSING MODES
5.1 Introduction
5.2 PIC18F Register Architecture
5.3 PIC18F Memory Organization
5.3.1 PIC18F Program Memory Map
5.3.2 PIC18F Data Memory Map
5.4 PIC18F Addressing Modes
5.4.1 Literal or Immediate Addressing Mode
5.4.2 Inherent or Implied Addressing Mode
5.4.3 Direct or Absolute Addressing Mode
5.4.4 Indirect Addressing Mode
5.4.6 Bit Addressing Mode
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING WITH THE PIC18F: PART 2
7.1 PIC18F Jump/Branch Instructions
TABLE 7.1 PIC18F jump/branch instructions
7.2 PIC18F Test, Compare, and Skip Instructions
7.3 PIC18F Table Read/Write Instructions
7.4 PIC18F Subroutine Instructions
7.5 PIC18F System Control Instructions
7.6 PIC18F Hardware vs. Software Stack
7.7 Multiplication and Division Algorithms
7.7.1 Signed Multiplication Algorithm
7.7.2 Unsigned Division Algorithm
7.7.3 Signed Division Algorithm
7.8 Advanced Programming Examples
7.9 PIC18F Delay Routine
Questions and Problems
8.1 PIC18F Pins and Signals
8.1.1 Clock
8.1.2 PIC18F Reset
8.1.3 A Simplifed Setup for the PIC18F4321
8.2 PIC18F4321 I/O Ports
8.2.1 PIC18F I/O Instructions
8.2.2 Confguring PIC18F4321 I/O Ports
8.3 PIC18F Interrupts
8.3.1 Interrupt Procedure
8.3.2 PIC18F Interrupt Types
8.3.3 PIC18F External Interrupts in Default Mode
8.3.4 Interrupt Registers and Priorities
8.3.5 Setting the Triggering Levels of INTn Pin Interrupts
8.3.6 Return from Interrupt Instruction
8.3.7 PORTB Interrupt‑on‑Change
8.3.8 Context Saving During Interrupts
8.4 PIC18F Interface to an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
8.5.1 Basics of Keyboard and Display Interface to a Microcontroller
9.1 PIC18F Timers
9.1.1 Timer0
9.1.2 Timer1
9.1.3 Timer2
9.1.4 Timer3
9.2 Analog Interface
9.2.1 On‑chip A/D Converter
9.3 Serial Interface
9.3.1 Synchronous Serial Data Transmission
9.3.2 Asynchronous Serial Data Transmission
9.3.3 PIC18F Serial I/O
9.5 DC Motor Control
10.1 Introduction to C Language
10.2 Data Types
10.3 Bit Manipulation Operators
10.4 Control Structures
10.4.1 The if‑else Construct
10.4.2 The switch Construct
10.4.3 The while Construct
10.4.4 The for Construct
10.4.5 The do‑while Construct
10.5 Structures and Unions
10.6 Functions in C
10.7 Macros
10.8 Confguring PIC18F4321 I/O Ports Using C
10.9 Programming PIC18F4321 Interrupts Using C
10.9.1 Specifying Interrupt Address Vector using the C18 Compiler
10.9.2 Assigning Interrupt Priorities Using the C18 Compiler
10.9.3 A Typical Structure for Interrupt Programs Using C
10.10 Programming the PIC18F4321 Interface to LCD Using C
10.11 PIC18F on‑chip Timers
10.15 Programming the PIC18F4321 CCP Modules Using C
10.16 DC Motor Control Using PWM Mode and C
APPENDIX C: PIC18F INSTRUCTION SET (Alphabetical Order)
APPENDIX D: PIC18F INTRUCTION SET — DETAILS
APPENDIX E: PIC18F4321 SPECIAL FUNCTION REGISTERS
H.1 INITIAL HARDWARE SETUP FOR THE PIC18F4321
H.1 INITIAL HARDWARE SETUP FOR THE PIC18F4321
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