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  1. Re: How to DEFINE OSC, in case of 32khz clock frequency?

    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=20161
  2. High quality TFT/OLED color graphics (including movies) for 8-bit PICs/PBP

    Using serial commands (SEROUT or HSEROUT) only. Command Set Reference PDF. Some examples of 4d displays and what they can do.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwrGd3aVriQ

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    Re: Continuous Read Op. From EEPROM

    And why not? Look at the comments of the poster.
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    Re: Continuous Read Op. From EEPROM

    Actually that is an answer for your level of IQ.
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    Re: Continuous Read Op. From EEPROM

    Why should it differ?
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    Re: Continuous Read Op. From EEPROM

    Electrically Eraseable Programmable Read Only Memory.
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    Re: Version 3.0.8 released.

    Code folding is a feature of some text editors, source code editors, and IDEs that allows the user to selectively hide and display "fold" sections of a currently-edited file as a part of routine...
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    Re: DEFINE OSC too limited

    Won't ever happen (outside of the hobby/education market) due to its many limitations/shortcomings.
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    Re: DEFINE OSC for 31 khz

    What I said from the very beginning. :rolleyes:
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    Re: WDT times not as expected 18f46k80

    Sounds like you are wanting to deal with asynchronous events. If that is the case, then the "EXIt BY INTERRUPT" feature should be used.
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    Re: DEFINE OSC for 31 khz

    Wrong approach to the problem. Answered this question here http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=20136
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    Re: USART2 setting for 1MHzCPU + 4PLL

    Pseudocode:

    mainloop:
    Sleep ; go to sleep
    on interrupt do something ; wake-up and jump to your ISR
    goto mainloop: ; return here
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    Re: USART2 setting for 1MHzCPU + 4PLL

    The figure you are seeing is exactly what the data sheet says, run current at 64MHz should be in the range of 7-12mA. Put the MCU to SLEEP and see if it goes down to <10uA range - if not then it is...
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    Re: USART2 setting for 1MHzCPU + 4PLL

    You are not using the features of the MCU correctly. Sleep current of the PIC18F46K80 is anything from 200nA (0.0002mA) to 10uA (0.01mA) depending on temperature and VDD (according to to the data...
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    Re: USART2 setting for 1MHzCPU + 4PLL

    Then why do you need to run at 1MHz? You can achieve an average current consumption of <0.4mA by running the clock at 64MHz (according to data in your post) - far less than the 1.04mA that you are...
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    Re: USART2 setting for 1MHzCPU + 4PLL

    Yah, but is your CPU in a low power mode such SLEEP when it is doing nothing?
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    Re: USART2 setting for 1MHzCPU + 4PLL

    The proper way to do this (low power consumption for battery use) is to use the low power modes of the MCU and NOT to lower the clock speed.
  18. Thread: PBP Simulation

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    Re: PBP Simulation

    They wont simulate PBP (or its hex) code. However, they all include in the price their own BASIC compiler (not compatible with but much more fully featured then PBP) and IDE (with which you can...
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    Re: How about String Variables?

    This post will probaby be deleted (like skimask's entire thread) for mentioning the advantages of a superior competitive product.
  20. Thread: Future PBP

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    Re: Future PBP

    As long as you are doing simple hobby stuff (and DIP packages are pretty much irrelevant outside of the hobby and experimental arenas), sure, stay with PBP and PICs. If you must have a high level of...
  21. Thread: Future PBP

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    Re: Future PBP

    As you said "when an STM32F415 costs the same as a PIC18Fxxxx" why even bother.
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    Re: PIC16F886 not running.

    http://www.picbasic.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=19652&p=130436#post130436
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    Re: Wow! Lotsa Trolls here today!

    If you think this is bad, take a look at the Microchip Forums - 100+ spam posts daily for months now.

    7184
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    Re: World's Smallest Arcade Machine (Guinness Record)

    96xRGBx64 Full color graphic OLED module

    24.8mmW x 30.42mmH x 1.42mmD
    Extremely wide viewing angles
    Very high contrast ratio
    Built-in Solomon SSD1332 Controller
    8-bit parallel interface or SPI...
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    Re: PLL oscillator 18f452

    Sorry, no.
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