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I mounted the Arduino header pins. A year ago this would have gotten you tarred and feathered Because the PICs are, well If you really do need floating point then you have a problem you do not understand.
You should find an AVR easier in all respects. It completely depends on what you are trying to achieve. For example if you wanted to drive from New York to Los Angeles what would be the "best" vehicle to buy to achieve that?
But if you are asking "how do I learn the "standard" AVR peripherals? What sets one micro apart from another is actually the functionality and method of programming of the peripherals the manufacturer dots around the CPU. It has a reasonable amount of memory.
It will run Arduino Uno programs.
It will even accept Arduino hardware Shields. It has very little memory. It has very few GPIO pins. Brian Fairchild wrote Why exactly do you want to use micros? All these things are using the peripherals in the micro. So the thing you need to learn about when you use micros is not how to program them.
Not all chips have all peripherals so you generally would want to choose one that has "most". Of course you don't have to use Arduino-ese. Possible but hard work. You could learn on an Arduino Uno clone. An extended megaAVR. Arduino is an excellent feed to Atmel's Xplained series of boards.
These go wrong from get go. What's on the AVR's sound like interfaces not devices where you connect wires to a stepper motor for example. Maybe a stopper for us using Atmel. How on earth is that a limitation? Missing an important peripheral, or having a very complex implementation of a peripheral, can make the job of using the microcontroller very annoying. The PIC is slightly cheaper.
The P is widely available in board form with some support circuitry as Arduino clones. If you're programming in assembly language, the AVR architecture is somewhat more pleasant to deal with.
The P only has 2k, though. A general purpose dev board will NOT have high power motor drivers. It just provides the logic signals. It is up to you to connect a ready-made motor Shield.
Or wire up your own external electronics. Say what external circuitry you have driven with PIC For that, less-fine gull wing parts can be used, 1.
Peripherals are hugely important on microcontrollers - more important than the core. If you need position control, the ability to run a HW quadrature counter may be important to you, or for a more modest design you may decide SW Counters are 'good enough'.
Thanks to this thread I've finally broken out of my analysis-paralysis loop. For the past year I've had at least 10 tabs opened daily as I over analyzed which direction I wanted to go. I want to learn C so I can program microcontrollers as a hobby.
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I've been stuck in a stupid loop of just researching different types of microcontrollers, programming languages and the like without actually doing anything. My "C Programming A Modern Approach" book has literally been in the same position on my desk for 12 months :. Wish me luck! Ah yes. A real problem. And it tends to be an infinite loops, since by the time you've thorough analyzed a choice, something new will have come along.
Go ahead and leap It's a pretty small expenditure with little actual risk. What's the worst that can happen?
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OTOH, I've also found that theoretically minor issues can be more limiting than you'd expect. I mean, theoretically it was "no big deal" to drag out a PC and a programming adapter to do "microcontroller stuff", but my actual "participation" went way up when I could just plug an arduino into my Mac Skip to main content.
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Want to look into interrupts and registers. Happy Holidays! Last Edited: Fri. Posted by david.
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John Samperi Ampertronics Pty. Brian Fairchild. Level: Raving Lunatic. Posted by Brian Fairchild : Sat. Is this kit going to get me off on the wrong foot? On the other hand can all it's improvement just be ignored and used like a lesser chip?
The AVR? Thank you very much! Last Edited: Sat. Dec 10, - PM.
Your link is to a very old document. My memory is that PIC16 had an atrocious architecture. The PIC18 is quite pleasant. PIC probably have better App Notes.
Location: using avr-gcc in Finchingfield, Essex, England. Posted by clawson : Sat. El Tangas.
Posted by El Tangas : Sat. A lot of perceptive insights there.
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Good Stuff! What about the xplained mini? You should always start with the biggest chip in a family. Develop and debug your project. Good point about largest chip.
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