Underground cable fault locator with PIC16F877A
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Underground cable fault locator with PIC16F877A

How to design and program PIC16F877A for an underground cable fault locator
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Created by George Steve
Last updated 2/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • You will learn how to use PIC16F877A to design a underground cable fault locator
  • You will learn how to write mikro C code like advanced programmers
  • You will learn how to display fault values on LCD
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Requirements
  • Before taking this course, you must have the knowlegde of mikro C programming. Else visit gstevewall to learn it first and comeback to this course.
  • You must also know about PIC16F877A and its internal operations. Else visit gstevewall, learn it and come back to this course
  • You must know how to use the proteus ISIS environment. Else, visit gstevewall to learn it and come back to this course
Description

Underground cable fault locator using PIC16F877A is a very interesting project for hardware developers, microcontroller programmers, embedded system designers, final year students in Engineering and  technology hobbyist who love to accomplish projects by themselves. It is very simple and easy to understand for beginners in microcontroller programming. The instructor is a very high experienced hardware developer who have been working as a freelancer
and have also worked with some reputable companies in the past. He has also been teaching computer  programming since 2014 and have mastered the art of conveying information for better understanding which have made many of his student excel with less stress in computer programming and circuit designs. Students are advised to follow this course step by step so that they understand it very well because every lecture is filled with vital information which should not be missed.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for hardware developers
  • Circuit Designers
  • Embedded system programmers
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Curriculum For This Course
16 Lectures
01:30:52
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Course Road Map
3 Lectures 25:50


Download Files from resource section And Create Folder
01:46
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Getting Started with mikro C
7 Lectures 29:28
Download And Installation Of Mikro C Pro
04:05

Creating and Saving new project
02:00

Program Initialization
02:33

Fault Display Function
03:18

No Fault Display Function
03:28

Microcontroller Initialization
06:31

Control Switch
07:33
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Fault Tracking
4 Lectures 25:28
Tracking Fault At Wire 1
08:42

Tracking Fault At Wire 2
07:21

Tracking Fault At Wire 3
05:45

ASCII Chart Reference
03:40
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Project Compilation And Simulation
2 Lectures 10:06
Code Review
03:01

Final Project Simulation
07:05
About the Instructor
George Steve
4.3 Average rating
85 Reviews
7,084 Students
12 Courses
Hardware Developer

George Steve is an excellent computer programmer and a technology hobbyist who have developed about 20+ projects for people and has also helped lots of beginners to perfect their skills in computer programming. He is an experienced developer and freelancer. Many projects he has executed including his job diversity in computer programming have greatly improved his experience in the world of software development. He was a service engineer to Casonic international, Tukas Electronics and Bembella Arts and Prints while he was an undergraduate in the university. He is a responsive and excellent instructor who have tutored many students both online and offline and have mastered the simple ways of guiding beginners in computer programming. Above all, he responds to students' questions within 72hrs.