Baseline 8-bit PIC® Microcontrollers
- Simple 33 (12-bit wide) instruction set for ease of use and quick development
- 2K word (3 KB) addressable program memory
- 144 bytes RAM (max)
- 2 level hardware stack
- 1 (8-bit) file select register
- Multiple product options and easy migration
- Smallest form factors available
Baseline PIC microcontrollers have long been the 8-bit microcontroller preferred by engineers around the world for a wide array of applications. Baseline PIC microcontrollers utilize a 12-bit program word and provide the right amount of features and options to minimize expenses and get the job done right. With so many options available, picking the right Baseline Flash PIC microcontroller for an application is quick and easy.
The material in these training modules exists elsewhere on this site in a general reference format. However, the training modules present it in an organized, step-by-step sequence to help you learn the topic from the ground up.
|Tutorial / Class Title|
|Get Started with 8-Bit PIC® MCUs using MCC|
|Get Started With The PIC16F1 Enhanced MCU Architecture|
|NCO: Numerically Controlled Oscillator|
|CWG: Complementary Waveform Generator|
|CLC: Configurable Logic Cell|