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Nuts & Volts Magazine (January 2005)

The Ever Shrinking µC - PART 2

By Peter Best    View In Digital Edition  

If, after reading Part 1 last month, you’ve been wondering why there are two PIC10F206s on the Little Bits Development Board, here’s part of that answer: The inverter pair we just implemented can be tested by simply moving jumpers carrying the desired logic levels between the inverter inputs and watching the inverter outputs on the LEDs.


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Microcontroller/PIC 2005-01 (Code listings 1, 2, and 3.)