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- steve marchant
July 3, 2007, 2:50 pm
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It's actually I2C (I squared C) which is one way of allowing a
microcontroller to communicate with peripheral chips. Have a look at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%C2%B2C for a start.
Good luck with the PICs. There are other micros around, but most
people think that PICs are all there is. :(
No worries Steve,
Motorola's semiconductor division which is related to
microprocessors now has the strange name of "Freescale", and yes they're
bigger than Microchip. :) Serious industrial designers for engine
management systems etc go for those.
As long as you're not writing assembly code for PICs, they're no
harder to drive than any other, so I'm told.
Good luck with getting into using them.