Microchip and Assembly Programming and My Remote Jammer Project

Infrared Remote Jammer using PIC12F675 Project

I have been working on an infrared remote for a couple of weeks, and I decided I wanted to write a program for a Microchip that would accomplish the task. I started writing a C program to do the heavy lifting and a thought came to mind. I will have no way of controlling the actual timing of the circuit using C. I might get close, but the code could be way off.

I continued to write some stuff in C, but it wound up being mostly Assembly. Then I just went and finished writing another copy completely in Assembly. I used MPLAB to configure the fuses. Configure…Configuration Bits…

Then deselect the “Configuration Bits set in code” box. Now you can select what you want or need without having to code it.
MPLAB screen shot writing assembly program

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About robbie

I am an electronics enthusiest and a ham radio operator (W1RCP). I like to play with electronics. It's fun and educational. I looked forward to working in the engineering field in the future. I have a BS in Electronics Engineering Technology from DeVry University. I also have an Associate's degree in Marketing Management from Moultrie Tech, and a diploma in Electronics from MTC.

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