LC Meter using a PIC16F628A

Due to the number of coils I've been winding for crystal sets, I needed an inductance meter to measure them and make sure the theoretical values I was coming up with were within the rough area of reality.  I looked around at commercial meters and gave up - being a student at the moment means I didn't have the funds.

Then I stumbled across the LC meter built by Phil Rice: https://sites.google.com/site/vk3bhr/home/index2-html

I'd never used microcontrollers before... but it seemed like a great excuse to learn... so I bought a few parts and got started... but due to workload it took about a year to build.

Last week I finally finished it in an old case I had laying about (finished seems like the wrong word here though - its ugly as sin and would be better considered 'useably complete').

Here it is:

LC Meter