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BigPIC6 Examples


Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2012-04-09

Category: Development Systems

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Examples for BIGPIC 6 Development board (18F8520)

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BIGPIC6 is a development system that supports a wide range of 64- and 80-pin PIC MCUs. Examples provided with this development system will show you how to connect PIC microcontrollers with other peripheral components or devices and how to develop your prototype device. Each example contains a detailed description of the relevant program including comments.

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Mikromedia+ for Stellaris ARM - RF Communication Example

This is demonstration project how Mikromedia+ for Stellaris communicate over RF. Data is send over simple 'led protocol' (1 byte command). Development board for Stellaris with an add-on board nRF Click is used as a receiver device.

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M-BUS RF click

M-BUS RF click is a mikroBUS add-on board with a Telit ME70-169 RF wireless module. The radio operates at the unlicensed ISM frequency band between 169.400 and 169.475 MHz.

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RFid Click - Example

This is a sample program which demonstrates the use of the ST's CR95HF contactless transceiver. The CR95HF is used in the applications such as near field communication (NFC) using 13.56 MHz wireless interface. In this example, when the RFid tag is put over the RFid Click antenna, the tag ID will be displayed on the TFT display.

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