|Programming The Raspberry Pi Pico In C (I/O Press)|
|Monday, 03 May 2021|
The Raspberry Pi Pico is a remarkable microcontroller. It has a power and sophistication that would have been unthinkable just a short time ago, and this book shows how to make the most of that power in C. Harry Fairhead reveals what you can do with the Pico's GPIO lines together with widely used sensors, servos and motors and ADCs. After covering the GPIO, outputs and inputs, events and interrupts get hands-on experience of PWM (Pulse Width Modulation), the SPI bus, the I2C bus and the 1-Wire bus. One of the key advantages of the Pico is its PIO (Programmable I/O) and, while this is an advanced feature, it is included in this book.
Author: Harry Fairhead
If you prefer a Python approach see Programming the Raspberry Pi Pico in MicroPython.
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