PIC Microcontroller


Date: Subject to availability of trainer and participants (2 days)
Time: 9:30AM – 5:30PM

20% discount for group registration (min 3 pax), please click here to arrangement payment.



An embedded system is made up of a processor and other components such as memory blocks, sensors, analogue-to-digital converter, and digital-to-analogue converter, and it is designed to perform a dedicated function.

Embedded Systems are found in many applications, such as robotics, electronic appliances, gaming consoles, DVD/MP3 player, mobile phones, and many more.

A microcontroller is an example of an embedded system.

There are many types of microcontrollers in the market and the PIC microcontroller is one of the popular choices.

PIC (pronounced as ‘pick’) is a peripheral interface controller designed by Microchip Technology.

PIC microchips are designed using the Harvard architecture and it comes in many different variants.

The 8-bit data memory is mainly from the low and mid-range families while the 16-bit data memory is mainly from the high-end range.



In the lab sessions, participants will learn how to write assembly/C code and learn to program the code into a PIC16 microcontroller.



First, the basic introduction to the microcontrollers and microprocessors and their differences will be covered.

Then, a general overview on the components that make up a microcontroller will be discussed.

This is followed by a detailed coverage on the architecture of the PIC16 microcontroller including the pin assignment, input-output, register banks, general purpose register and special function registers, internal and external memory, memory map and buses.

Then, the training progresses to cover the constructs of the assembly language programming, and the instruction set.

Finally, the course will cover the C language programming.

Suitable examples will be provided to enhance the understanding of the programming language.



This training will cover in-depth on the concepts and fundamentals of PIC16 microcontroller and assemble language programming through a series of lectures and lab sessions.

• Familiarise with the development in microcontroller technology

• Familiarise with the PIC16 microcontroller

• Understand the architecture and peripherals of the PIC16 microcontroller

• Understand the input/output, interrupts and timers of the PIC16 microcontroller

• Write assembly code to program the PIC16 microcontroller



This course is suitable for undergraduate/postgraduate engineering students, design engineers in electronics/embedded design, and those from academia.


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