Peter H. Anderson - Embedded Processor Control

PC Parallel Port, BasicX, BASIC Stamp®, 68HC11, PIC®, PICAXE, Data Acquisition and Control

Peter H. Anderson 1946-2012

Associate Professor (Retired), Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Morgan State University



the Arduino

Sourceboost C Programming

Serial LCD #117 Kit & Assembled Text LCDs

Serial Control and Measurement -- Below are Not For Sale.

Not For Sale.

PIC C Routines for the CCS C Compiler.

Eleven Frequency Precision Clock Kit

RS232 to Dallas OneWire Controller

Infrared Remote Control Decoder

Microchip PIC

Programming in PIC C

NetMedia BASIC-X and BASIC-X24



BasicX Mail List

CUBLOC. A far more powerful and yet much less expensive Stamp type device.

Parallax BASIC Stamp

Basic Atom

Atmel AVR

JK Micro Flashlite V25

Rabbit Semiconductor.

Object Oriented PIC (oopic).

Protean Logic's TICkit62 - This was a major focus by undergraduate student Locksley Haynes during the Fall, '97 semester. Locksley was funded and the materials he used were made possible by a grant from the XEROX Corporation.

the Tiny Tiger - This appears to be an extremely powerful processor. This effort was undertaken by undergraduate student Krystal Donald during the Fall, '97 semester.

Use of a PC Printer Port for Control and Data Acquisition - Volume 1

Key Resource
Parallel Port

Use of a PC Printer Port for Control and Data Acquisition - Volume 2

Volume 2 is a follow on effort by undergraduate electrical engineering students Towanda Malone, Christine Samuels and Paul Roach and myself. This became known as the Rochanda Project, where Rochanda is a concatenation of Roach, Christine and Towanda. As you might guess, the name Rochanda was Towanda's idea!

Parallel Port Interfacing with 2, 3 and 4 Wire Serial Devices

Other Parallel Port Resources

68HC11 Assembly Language Programming

C Programming

Digital Electronics - EEGR-463


Engineering Ethics

Search Engines



Good Reading



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