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Modular PIC hardware and solutions
This is a new site of Modtronix Engineering of Australia.
David Hosken has just launched a PIC related web page.
It includes single board computers, prototyping and related products.

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Getting Started with the PIC 16C84
Steve Marchant, ACS, The University of Nottingham
PIC84: Many references, projects and programmers for the PIC16F84.

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Minimized PIC16C84 Programmer.
Stephen M. Nolan
8 parts Pic programmer. Building, and testing this down-loader takes less than an hour.

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High Language Interpreters Club for Microcontrollers
This page is dedicated to the people that are interested in building, testing, and using various higher language interpreters for Microchip PIC processors.

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Microcontrollers in education
Simple Pic projects and programs for educational purposes. Also great for first projects

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PIC Links
A collection of a few PIC-related tools
By Luigi Rizzo

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PIC-Programmer 2 for PIC16C84 etc.
This Programmer is powered by the RS-232 and it works with RS-232 levels at only < �8.6V.
It programs PIC12C5XX, 12C67X, 24CXX, 16C55X, 16C61, 16C62X, 16C71, 16C71X, 16C8X, 16F8X and ISO-CARD's with ASF.
Other serial programmable chips by adapter.

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IC-Prog Prototype Programmer
Programs : 12C508, 16C84, 16F84, PIC 16F877, 24C16, 24C32, 93C46, 90S1200, 59C11, 89C2051, 89S53, 250x0, PIC, AVR , 80C51 etc.

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The Pic Archive
David Tait's Links to Internet PIC Resources
Frozen 18th May 1999

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WISP : Wouter's In - System Programmer for the PIC 16f84
WISP is an in-system (or in-circuit) programmer, so WISP is connected directly to a system which contains the 16f84 which is to be programmed. The target circuit must be compatible with the WISP programmer. There is no need to remove the 16f84 from the target circuit, it could even be soldered permanently. A simple 4 or 5 wire connection to the target is sufficient.

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PIC Corner
T.E.N.The Tiny Embedded Network is an Open Protocol
CryptoPICWant to integrate strong cryptography in your PIC program?
SnipPICMy personal collection of some articles published on the PicList.
LinkPICA selection of Web resources dedicated to the PIC microcontroller.

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PIC Microcontroller Zone

Here is stuff Kalle Pihlajasaari has collected and developed for Microchip PIC microcontrollers.

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PIC microcontroller tools
These are my an assembler and disassembler for 12 and 14-bit PIC chips. The assembler is written in (mostly) ANSI-C, and it is single pass, so there are restrictions in forward references. It can output IHX16 and IHX8M formats. Include files, macros and conditional assembly are supported.

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Multimedia PIC Tools For The Beginner
This software runs under Windows 95/98 and has been created for people who have no assembly language programming experience with PICs, or any processor for that matter. If you want to learn about this fascinating subject in a fun and interesting way, then this is the place to start. You begin with one of the most popular processors around today - the PIC 16F84.

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Microchip Net resources
Guides, Books, Software, Programmers, Emulator Boards, Applications, Support, Comsultants, FTP Sites, Magazines and Other Support
Last modified 31-Jul-1999 More than 700 links now!

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Parallax:Basic Stamp People
Parallax, Inc.
599 Menlo Drive, Suite 100
Rocklin, California 95765, USA

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Microchip:The PIC People
Microchip Technology Inc.
2355 West Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, Arizona, USA 85224-6199
(480) 786-7200
(480) 899-9210 FAX

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