Raspberry Pi Pico

Tutorial videos in which I discuss Raspberry Pi Pico module and its RP2040 ARM microcontroller. Initially it is focused on using the Pico in my other series: Slador188 - The Intel 80188 single board computer as a peripheral device using its PIO block to implement the 80188 data/address bus signals to be able the two to talk to each other.

Resources

All the source code and schematics for this series can be found on GitHub here:

https://github.com/sladorsoft/RaspberryPiPico

or, if the source code is used in my Intel 80188 computer, here:

https://github.com/sladorsoft/Slador188 

Software used in this series: 

PIO explained

Introduction to Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller and its PIO - Programmable I/O block. In this first video of the series I:

Raspberry Pi Pico talks to Intel 80188 as I/O device

The Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller talks to the Intel 80C188 as an I/O device using its PIO - Programmable I/O block. You will see: