Im new Member Here,Help for Circuit Design

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  1. Chritoph8r

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    Hi everyone;

    Does anyone here give me info about a good e-book or book for PIC circuit Design?

    I have no problem about programming but in term of circuit design I'm newbie of it
     
  2. lkgan

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    Hi there, you need to have the basic knowledge of circuit analysis and basic electronics component in order to design circuit using PIC.
     
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  5. Chritoph8r

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    By elektronic8 at 2010-01-19

    I just finished that project, sorry for the word it's (Tagalog I use it to other forum Filipino forum) but it's a simple project, I use C#.net 2005 for software and Mikro C Pro, and simulate it on ISIS

    thanks for reply
     
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    What pic are you using? This will help alot in recommending a book.
     
  9. Chritoph8r

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    I'm using the popular 16f877. thanks again for reply
     
  10. maxpower097

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    Solid chip! I've done quite a bit of work on them. If you pm me your email I'll try to dig up what resources and examples I have on it.
     
  11. t06afre

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    "CRC Press - Microcontroller Programming - The Microchip PIC" You can take a look at it, on Google book search
     
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  12. Chritoph8r

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    I can't create PM.

    Chritoph8r, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

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    :( :p
     
  13. Chritoph8r

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    @ maxpower097Sir this is my email address christophernover@yahoo.com. thanks you very much, God bless
     
  14. delmasli

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    I agree,
    You have to know basic electronic circuit design theory knowledge. But if it is possible, you can analyse microcontroller manufacturers demo boards (such as microchip's or atmel's). These boards (circuits) are designed perfectly to operate a microcontroller (which has given by demoboard).
    There some high quality boards (done by these manufacturers ) contains good design techniques and tricks which I always take into account in my designs. For example if your microcontroller contains more than one Vdd or Vss pins, you need to connect them to Vcc and GND mains (All Vdd pins to main Vcc and all Vss's to GND). You can find these kind of tricks easly if you analyse a demo board.
     
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  15. Chritoph8r

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    Master I know the basic of electronic components I have a knowledge how to test and get the value of it, Sometimes I repair my appliances (basic troubleshooting). I'd currently studying the book of John O'Malley "Basic circuit analysis". Is this book is good enough? or there's better than this book? :) this is all I know VCC and vdd is positive VEE and VSS GND
     
  16. delmasli

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    "The Circuit Design Theory" or in the other meaning "Circuit Theory" is the basic electrical (elctronical) engineering lecture where it can be found in the most of the universities curriculum.

    Check this book "The Analysis and Design of Linear Circuits" Roland E. Thomas, Emeritus, United States Air Force Academy
    Albert J. Rosa, University of Denver
    http://eu.he.wiley.com/WileyCDA/HigherEdTitle/productCd-0471760951,courseListingNavId-108261.html

    I have studied some another book but some people recommend this one.

    and check this one.. it is online education
    Engineering Circuit Analysis, 6/e
    William H. Hayt Jr., late of Purdue
    Jack E. Kemmerly, late of California State University
    Steven M. Durbin, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
    http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072283645/

    may be these could help you.

    not: Don't forget. VEE could be polarized negatively (such as -15VDC). Not always GND.
     
  17. Chritoph8r

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    @ delmasli thanks you very much for your reply. it's very informative. Thanks
     
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