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LED display matrix using PIC16F1847 and shift registers

Posted on Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 in LEDs, PIC by DP

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Here’s Embedded Lab’s new PIC project:  Making a 8×40 LED matrix marquee using shift registers:

This project is about constructing a mono-color LED matrix display board that consists 320 LEDs arranged in 8 rows and 40 columns. The heart of this project is PIC16F1847 microcontroller which receives data from a PC through a serial port (or USB using an USB-UART interface), and display on the LED matrix with the help of five 74HC595 shift registers.

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  1. I want to know about the component list for making this project please let me know on my email as soon as possible.Thanks

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