We’re asked to build a signal generator with some particular requirements, create its PCB, write its code, and document the entire process. Outline all the peripherals and components you’d need. For example, since we’d be using the virtual terminal, then we definitely need the UART. So you’d want to review those notes about how to configure the UART. We’d also need some way to output the signal we’ve created. This means we’d need a DAC. Remember the R/2R ladder Dr Sam mentioned? You’d want to look at that or consider a separate DAC chip. And the process continues.
You should follow a full development cycle for designing a low cost, portable, PIC based signal generator and produce a full set of firmware and production files. Your final production files may use different components, but you must discuss the differences in your report.
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