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Serial PIC'n : PIC Microcontroller Serial Communications Paperback – May 3, 1999
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One warning though, it's not for beginner because it doen't teach PIC programming in general, it focus on I2C, SPI, microwire, bit-banging,... which means you need some general background in PIC micro and circuit design.
This book requires prior knowledge of pics and electronics. For the most part, pics and electronics is not explained - it is assumed. Serial communications, using various mediums is explained very well however. Which of course is the intent of this book. I would have liked to have seen a lot more hardware coverage (sorely lacking in most pic books currenty on the market - except John Iovine books; those are pretty good.) This book lacks severely in hardware covered; it focuses on software and serial protocols.
Removing page after page of code (which isn't explained) would reduce this books volume by half.
This book WILL NOT TEACH you assembly language, picmicros, or electronics. You should have an intermediate knowledge of them beforehand.
I would say of the five or so books I have on pics, this is towards the middle in terms of quality.