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Practical Embedded Security by Timothy Stapko

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CHAPTER 11 PIC Case Study

Microchip PIC with Ethernet Controller

The Microchip PIC family of microcontrollers is one of the oldest and most recognizable embedded hardware offerings available. Developed in the mid-1970s, the PIC was originally a simple 8-bit microprocessor for improving I/O performance. In the late 1980s, the original PIC was updated to be a programmable microcontroller with the addition of EPROM for storing program code and data. Today, Microchip offers a wide variety of PIC processors, from the venerable 8-bit microcontrollers to modern, fast 16-bit controllers capable of far more than their ancestors. PIC processors have limited resources, instead providing just the right amount of processing power for varied applications. ...

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