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More information about Microchip
PIC micro-controllers are commonly used in some DIY kits produced by Museum Jan Corver. PICs are produced by their manufacturer Microchip. In some cases a similar processor from another manufacturer has been used instead. We frequently receive requests for information from amateurs whishing to program these small RISC processors themselves. These pages contain some information and some popular links to other websites, just to get you started. Most links are applicable to Windows users, but we've also included some links for users of alternative operating systems.
 
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Datasheet PIC16F84(A) in PDF format (495KB PDF file)
This is one of the most popular Microchip components, used in many amateur projects. We don't recommend this processor for new designs.

Datasheet PIC 12F629 and 12F675 (3MB PDF file)
These are two common PIC controllers. Very usable for HAM applications (especially the 12F675).


Apple Macintosh

Linux

Amiga

RISC OS (Acorn, RiscStation, Iyonix)
  • PICsuite
    A complete set of tools, including a programmer, emulator, software, etc. It allows you to program your own PIC controller from within the RISC OS environment.


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