Well this is the first article which i am posting on this categot called “D! How To’s”.In this article i will tell you the tutorial of playing a WAV file with 64 bytes of Ram as the heading of this article says
I used a six-pin microcontroller with 64 bytes of RAM to play an audio file.The micro controller in question is a PIC10F322. one of the tiniest PICs around with enough Flash for 512 instructions, 64 bytes of RAM, and a whole bunch of other features that shouldn’t fit into a package as small as a mote of dust. Without the space to store audio data on the micro controller, [Jacques] turned to a 64 kilobyte I2C EEPROM. The PIC communicates with the EEPROM with just two pins, allowing it to read the audio data and spit it out again via PWM to an amplifier. The code required for this feat is only 253 instructions and uses just a few bytes of RAM; an impressive display of what a very small micro controller can do.
So are you gonna try this out? if yes do tell in commetns and also tell how it works 😀