Demos targeting Microchip products
PIC32 (MIPS M4K) MPLAB GCC
Port and demo application for the MIPS M4K based PIC32 from Microchip. The demo utilises the C32 compiler, MPLAB and the Explorer16 development board.
Microchip also have an application note showing how to integrate their libraries and stacks with FreeRTOS - with full source code being provided too.
Microchip PIC24 and dsPIC® DSC MPLAB
Ports and demo applications for Microchip 16bit MCU's and DSC's. Both demos are targeted at the Explorer 16 evaluation board and use the MPLAB® C30 compiler.
Please note that the segmented memory on the PIC18 makes it a less than ideal candidate for use with an RTOS.
Microchip PIC18 MPLAB
The demo is pre-configured to run on the 40 pin PICmicro prototyping board from Forest Electronic Developments, with a PIC18F452 microcontroller. This is a very low cost platform that has an in system programming capability. The MPLAB development tools are also utilised, comprising of the MPLAB IDE and the MPLAB C18 compiler.
Microchip PIC18 wizC
The port is created using the wizC Integrated Development Environment from Forest Electronic Developments. The port can also be used with the FED C-compiler, also from Forest Electronic Developments.
* do not under any circumstance use the Wizcoder/Wizdecoder found in sonsivri archives
Why not try to use the Explorer16 development board, in Proteus. easy to use as demos are already done for you.