Explain the usage of the output ports , Electrical Engineering

Objective: To Understand the Usage of the Output ports of PIC18F452 and make changes in the previous code accordingly.


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1. Open the p1.asm program from the previous lab session and make the possible changes to make one of the three LED's given on the board to blink instead of the blink alive LED. (The three led are shown below). Clearly state how you have made the changes and why?

2. Given a bread board, 1K? resistor and one LED. Please make the given LED blink every one second.

3. What do you understand from the following command from the P1.asm code




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