Getting Started With CLC on PIC18
Using logic gates, systems can make decisions based on criteria without Central Processing Unit (CPU) intervention. Traditionally, these logic gates are manually implemented as external components. However, the PIC® microcontrollers (MCUs) offer this as a built-in functionality. The Configurable Logic Cell (CLC) has a variety of basic gates, as well as sequential logic options that can be customized to create the logic specific to many applications. Using these logic gates, the CLC gives the ability of combining signals to make a new custom signal without running code to execute it. The CLC also offers flexible input selection (internal, external signals) and configurable output for internal or external use with the help of the Peripheral Pin Select (PPS).
Central Processing Unit (CPU), PIC® microcontrollers (MCUs), Configurable Logic Cell (CLC), Peripheral Pin Select (PPS)