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February 13 - Day 5: Coding Smart Module Device Drivers with the CCS C Compiler
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2/13/2015  Post a comment
The CCS C Compiler has a wealth of built-in serial EEPROM, serial SRAM, real time clock and digital potentiometer IC drivers, enabling creation of unique device drivers for AM/FM data radio modules, WiFi modules, Bluetooth modules, sensor modules, digital control modules and LCD panels. The CCS C Compiler also can code an interface between the smart module and a PC application. This lecture will demonstrate how driver coding can be done quickly.
February 12 - Day 4: Bluetooth on Your Phone Courtesy of the CCS C Compiler
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2/12/2015  Post a comment
Bluetooth Low Energy technology is bringing phone-based sensor monitor and control applications to the forefront. Putting together the embedded hardware and sensor firmware is the relatively easy part. Placing those pretty widgets on the phone’s LCD and communicating with them can be tricky. This lecture will show you how the CCS C Compiler simplifies embedded BLE programming on the PIC as well as the phone.
February 11 - Day 3: The Internet of Things According to CCS C
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2/11/2015  Post a comment
TCP clients and servers have become the “thing” in the embedded world. The Microchip PIC microcontrollers have the necessary hardware attributes to participate in this new “world” and the CCS C Compiler has the firmware tools to support them. After today’s lecture, you will be able to use the CCS C Compiler to fling bits around on LANs, WANs and the internet.
February 10 - Day 2: Embedded USB Tasks with CCS C
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2/10/2015  Post a comment
When it comes to embedded USB with a PIC microcontroller, you namethe task and the CCS C Compiler can probably do it. Today, with the help of the CCS C Compiler, we will breathe life into USB-enabled PIC devices. We will use the CCS C Compiler to create a USB bootloader, a USB HID class device, a USB CDC device and a USB-to-serial converter device.
February 9 - Day 1: Little Microcontrollers Doing Big Things with CCS C
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2/9/2015  1 comment
Microchip has recently announced a number of 8-bit microcontrollers that contain the Enhanced Mid-Range Core. This lecture will demonstrate how to exploit the advanced features of these new microcontrollers using the CCS C Compiler.
October 24 – Day 5: Design & Build an Embedded WiFi Web Server
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10/24/2014  514 comments
In this final lecture of the series, we will shed the wires and scratch-construct a WiFi-based web server. Along the way we will examine the differences in traditional wired web servers and wireless web servers.
October 23 – Day 4: Building Interactive Web Pages
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10/23/2014  472 comments
Web servers need web pages. In today’s lecture we will craft some web pages that will allow human and electronic web clients to access the resources provided by the embedded web server.
October 22 – Day 3: Embedded TCP/IP Concepts
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10/22/2014  511 comments
Today’s lecture will cover basic TCP/IP concepts. We will also examine some common protocols that are used on LANs and the Internet. The TCP/IP concepts presented will be supported by actual Wireshark protocol analyzer captures.


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