Iot With Pic Microcontroller

Published 3/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.83 GB | Duration: 5h 55m

Hardware Design & Prototype, PIC Basics and Wireless Modules Interfacing, Android App for IoT

What you'll learn
PCB design for PIC MCU for IoT
PIC programming using C and XC8 Compiler
Interfacing Bluetooth module with PIC MCU
Web Server using ESP8266 and interfacing it with PIC MCU
Developing Android Apps using MIT App inventor for IoT

No programming experience needed. You will learn everything you need to know
Laptop with KiCAD & MPLAB IDE software- available for free download
Internet connection for Android app development and testing IoT projects

Important: As I am a bit occupied with work, I have a few chapters on IoT pending. I will make the chapters available on as and when I get time.This course is special for me for a few reasons. Having already published a few courses on PIC microcontrollers, PCB Design and PIC32 MCU with more than 5500 students registered for my courses, I was getting a feeling that my courses are incomplete. I wanted to prepare a course that covers both hardware design and firmware development. This course is the outcome of all the inputs and experiences I gained from my previous courses and my professional experience. This course covers the following items as you can see from the course curriculum:PCB Design and prototype developmentPIC programming from basics to advanced conceptsIoT implementation using Bluetooth and WiFi (Pending Lectures)Android App development using MIT App inventor(Pending Lectures) The first section is an introduction to PIC MCUs and the tools you need to install for the course. You will get a list of components required for the hardware development.In the second section, you will get all the knowledge required to design your own hardware based on PIC MCU. You will be able to design a PCB on KiCAD and then produce a DIY PCB using a simple etching process. You will know how to solder the components on the PCB and then test the hardware by using the test code provided by me.In the third section, you will understand how to write a simple LED blink code using MPLABX IDE and XC8 C compiler. You will know how to interface switches using external interrupts and LCD display with the PIC MCU. You will know how to use the peripheral pin select feature to map PIC peripheral feature with the possible set of pins.After getting a hold of PIC basics, you will understand timers, PWM modules, watchdog timer, Analog to Digital Converter and UART modules to meet advanced project requirements in the fourth sectionThe last two sections are dedicated to IoT applications using Bluetooth and Wifi. You will know to control I/O pins to control home appliances with Android Mobile applications. The Mobile applications will be developed using MIT App Inventor. The Mobile app will communicate with our PIC hardware via Bluetooth or WiFi connectivity. The last two sections are pending as of now and without which the course becomes incomplete. I will publish these lectures on the go.

Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 PIC Microcontrollers
Lecture 2 Software Installations
Lecture 3 List of Components
Section 2: PCB Design & Prototyping
Lecture 4 Design Goals
Lecture 5 Schematic Design
Lecture 6 Schematic Design Part 2
Lecture 7 Component Placement
Lecture 8 PCB Routing
Lecture 9 PCB Output Files
Lecture 10 PCB Etching
Lecture 11 PCB Assembly
Lecture 12 Testing the Hardware
Section 3: Basic PIC Programming
Lecture 13 Creating a Project
Lecture 14 Oscillator Module
Lecture 15 Device Configuration
Lecture 16 Generating Configuration Bits
Lecture 17 I/O Ports
Lecture 18 Blink of an LED
Lecture 19 Switch Control
Lecture 20 Interrupts
Lecture 21 External Interrupts
Lecture 22 Peripheral Pin Select
Lecture 23 Interrupt-on-Change
Lecture 24 Header & Source Files
Lecture 25 LCD Interfacing
Section 4: PIC Peripherals
Lecture 26 Timer 0
Lecture 27 Timer 1 Demo
Lecture 28 Timer 1
Lecture 29 Timer 1 Demo
Lecture 30 Timer 2
Lecture 31 Timer 2 Demo
Lecture 32 PWM Module
Lecture 33 PWM Module Demo
Lecture 34 Watchdog Timer
Lecture 35 Watchdog Timer Demo
Beginners, Engineers and DIY enthuasists


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