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Nuts & Volts Magazine (July 2004)


By Stan Swan    View In Digital Edition  

Yes — an irksome PIC trade off between cost and programming difficulties has existed. Bare PICs — such as the popular PIC16F84 (itself now obsolete) — are cheap and powerful, but too complicated for many enthusiasts and educators.


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