Creating Schematic Macro from simulation components for PCB design: What to do when pins do not match between a schematic symbol and its PCB footprint?
Sometimes it occurs that schematic symbols have different number of terminals (pins) than their physical representations (footprints). The reason for this most often to make the schematic design simple or sometimes to set or monitor some internal data of components e.g.: temperature.
we will analyze and debug a simple program written in assembly language (part 1) and in C language (part 2) for the PIC16F73 microcontroller. Note that this process also works for mixed mode circuits with both analog and digital components. This is the advantage of running the debugger inside TINA, compared to an external debugger for the PIC only.
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