||The PICmicro WebRing is the fastest way to navigate through the best
PIC sites. Start from any site and then look for the ring banner to go
on the next stop. If you prefer you can also pick a random
site from the ring.
||The maker of the PIC line of microcontrollers. You will
find all the data sheets and application notes on their Web.
||One of the pioneer of the PIC adventure. He designed the
(probably) first 16C84 home-made programmer. Take a look.
||A huge list of links related to Microchip products maintained
by Alexey Vladimirov. Rated "A" resource by EG3.
||A good collection of optimized routines and ideas for the
||Various pieces of software for the PIC microcontroller.
Andrew also manages the FFE
site where you can find a very BIG list of Q&A on the PIC subject.
||A good Italian site dedicated to the PIC world. Most articles
are both in English and Italian.
||An entire suite of PIC development tools freely available
in source code, so that people can program PICs using the platform and
operating system of their choice.
||Home of the ProPic production programmer. Nice (shareware)
software, schematics and PCB layout to make your own PIC programmer.
||Some good projects and other useful information from Eric
||Alessandro's home page is the way to reach the Universal
Pic Resource Locator, a structured collection of PIC resources on the
||Bob Blick's Assorted Electronics Projects. Here you can
find his amazing "Mechanically Propelled Clock".
||Kits, links, shareware, information's on the PIC and electronics