Welcome to Clifton Laboratories, the page of Jack Smith,
K8ZOA, author of Programming the PIC Microcontroller with MBasic. This
site documents my past and present projects in the worlds of PIC
microcontrollers and amateur radio.
Click on any of the images below to learn more about it,
or follow the navigation links to the left.
And you can search my site via the
search box at the top of this page.
The updates page
is my daily (more or less) journal of what I'm up to. It's the best
starting point to learn what's new at Clifton Laboratories.
Clifton Laboratories is no longer in business. No products are available for sale or repair.
Visit Larry, N8LP's page to see his PIC Microntroller ham radio projects I've known Larry since we were both college age ham operators in suburban Detroit in the 1960's. You'll like his projects. Hereï¿½s his latest project, the LP100 wattmeter, a state-of-the-art HF wattmeter kit, with real-time R+jX impedance display as well as power and SWR.
The 18F4620 PIC Microcontroller in the Z90 and Z91 SpectraScreen is programmed
Mechanique has made available a free version of its Swordfish compiler,
Swordfish SE, available for download at its site. Click on the icon to the
left to go to the main Swordfish site.
I am a co-founder of the telecommunications
consultancy, TeleworX, although I
am no longer involved in its day-to-day activities. If your business or
professional interests include cellular radio, PCS or similar services,
perhaps TeleworX may be of assistance to you.