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MplabX & XC8 - PIC18F4550- USART Problem with 9600 baud rate & extrenal 20MHZ crystal
I am interfacing PIC18F4550 with a touchscreen. My touchscreen gives serial output with 9600 baud rate.
Below is the format of touchscreen *output data at 9600baud rate.
0x0A X:0065 Y:0089 Z:0029 0x0D
I am working on "Device controlling through Parallel port"
I found following C program on internet.
But I am not getting output.
When I run this program, it gives high output at all pins. (even if I press any key)
Please help me to find the mistake in this code.
when 1 key is...
I am working on a project in which a Master microcontroller has to communicate with 3 slave microcontrollers (all are 89s51)
I have to implement following steps:
1. Master will select slave by sending device address.
2. Then selected slave will perform the action
3. Then that slave will send...
I am working on a AVR based "Temperature/Humidity Controlling"
I am using ATmega16/32
I need AVR programmer using serial port.
I searched on Google, but got confused due to many circuits. Don't know which is correct and working.
It will be better if you suggest me any ISP circuit, which...
Hi, I am working on Temperature controlled fan. (or say, Fan Dimmer)
In this I have used 89s51, ZCD(using LM358), MOC3011 & BT136
Out of these, ZCD and 89s51 are working properly.
I require 0 to 10 steps for speed of fan.
When I set fan to zero speed, the fan is turned off, this is fine.
I am working on "Temperature controlled Fan using 89s51". Requirement is: Fan speed should vary depending upon temperature variations.
I am using Triac BT136 for controlling fan speed, I am varying the firing angle for triac.
Zero crossing detector (ZCD) is used here.
I am working on...
I am very well familiar with 8051 (89s51)
Now I want to start with more advanced microcontroller.
I am going to do microcontroller programming in C as I am very well aware of embedded C programming.
Now my question is should I go for AVR or PIC...
What is the basic difference between them...
avr studio 4.17 download
I need Assembly to Hex converter for AVR ATmega8, ATmega16, ATmega32.
I am very much familiar with 8051 and now I want to start with AVR
I am writing AVR programs ONLY in assembly language.
Please help me in this regard.
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