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Getting Started with chipKIT Book

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Getting Started with chipKIT - 125 pages  6' x 9" 
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 New electronic based products are released daily. At the heart of these electronic devices is typically a microcontroller. Over the years many improvements in the tools needed to develop microcontroller based designs have been released. One of the more popular development modules is the Arduino that is so easy to program, artists, designers, hobbyists and even basement engineers have created very interesting projects using this development path. The design is open sourced so many variations of the Arduino exist. 

Microchip® Technology Inc. and Digilent® Inc. with software help from the FUBAR Hackerspace worked together and created a Microchip PIC® based Arduino compatible module called the chipKIT. chipKIT comes in two versions; the smaller chipKIT UNO32 and the larger chipKIT MAX32. These modules are based on the Microchip PIC32 microcontroller and offer many more features than the typical Arduino module. Despite these added features, the chipKIT platform is designed to work with the same simplified programming language used by Arduino and also uses the same type of bootloader programming through a USB connection. The chipkit makes it easy for anyone from beginner to experienced professional to develop interesting projects and products.

In this book Chuck Hellebuyck, who has authored many entry level technical books, shows you how to get started with the chipKIT UNO32 using some very simple example sketches (sketch is a software program in the Arduino world) that demonstrate how to use digital inputs, digital outputs, analog inputs and analog outputs. These are the fundamental building blocks every electronic project needs. With the examples in this book you’ll have the building blocks to get your electronic project, gadget or product up and running quickly and easily.

Table of Contents 
Chapter 1 – What is chipKIT  
Chapter 2 – Flash an External LED   
Chapter 3 – Train Crossing  
Chapter 4 – LED Traffic Light  
Chapter 5 – Scroll LEDs 
Chapter 6 – Sensing a Switch  
Chapter 7 – Read a Potentiometer   
Chapter 8 – Sensing Light  
Chapter 9 – Creating Sound  
Chapter 10 – Dimming an LED with PWM  
Chapter 11 – Serial Communication  
Conclusion  
Appendix A –Parts List for Projects  
Appendix B – UNO32 Pin Map   
Index 

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