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2005-01-31 The System Advantages of Low-Power Microcontrollers in Line-Powered
It is ironic that the challenge in designing line power applications is not high voltages or dangerous currents.
2006-03-10 PIC MCU line offers certified full-speed USB 2.0
Microchip's newest flash PIC microcontrollers dubbed the PIC18F4450/2450 offers certified full-speed USB 2.0 connectivity and 48MHz operation for 12Mbps data-transfer rates.
2006-02-03 PIC MCU delivers 40MHz at 3V
Microchip Technology's latest PIC microcontrollers, dubbed the PIC18F45J10 family, delivers 40MHz performance at 3V.
2009-12-17 Interfacing the MRF49XA transceiver to PIC microcontrollers
This application note discusses what is required to successfully develop a half-duplex radio application using the Microchip Technology MRF49XA transceiver.
2008-10-22 Interfacing the IA4421 transceiver to PIC microcontrollers
This document discusses what is required to successfully develop a radio application using the Integration Associates IA4421 transceiver.
2004-11-15 Flash PIC MCUs tout USB 2.0 connectivity for embedded apps
Microchip's newest flash PIC MCUs are said to provide a complete embedded-control solution for designers working with USB in embedded apps
2004-12-06 Flash PIC MCU with Full-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity
Microchip unveiled what it claims as the first flash PIC MCU with Full-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity and 48MHz operation, for 12Mbps data-transfer rates
2005-01-18 Microchip PIC MCU touts 40MHz speed, 128KB flash on-chip
Microchip's newest 8bit PIC MCU chips have up to 128KB of self-reprogrammable, high-endurance flash memory
2014-04-01 Microchip delivers 8bit PIC MCU family
The 11-member PIC16F170X/171X family of MCUs integrate two Op Amps to drive analogue control loops, sensor amplification and basic signal conditioning
2013-04-04 16bit PIC MCU tweaked for cost-sensitive apps
The low cost PIC24F "KM" family of microcontrollers offer up to 16KB Flash, 2KB RAM and 512B EEPROM, along with advanced analogue integration, in low pin-count options
2002-06-19 PIC MCU family gets flashy
A PICmicro Flash MCU from Microchip Technology Inc., the PIC16F72, is code- and pinout-compatible with the company's ROM-based PIC16CR72 and OTP PIC16C72A microcontrollers
2000-08-01 Flash microcontrollers benefit new applications
Flash technology is now opening up new applications, so you must explore the nuances of using it in your designs. This paper describes a non-traditional application that can benefit from this new technology.
2006-11-03 Emulation system supports Microchip's PIC MCUs, DSCs
Microchip Technology Inc. has begun offering its MPLAB Real ICE emulation system for the development of applications employing its PICmicrocontrollers and dsPIC DSCs.
2013-05-17 8bit PIC microcontroller expanded for intelligent analogue needs
Featuring a complementary output generator, the PIC16F75X line of 8bit microcontrollers increases overall system capabilities while reducing cost
2010-08-23 X-10 home automation using the PIC16F877A
This application note discusses the implementation of X-10 on a PIC MCU to create a home controller that can both send and receive X-10 signals
2005-09-16 Performing new tricks with PICs
Squeeze extra features out of PIC microcontrollersthe tricks are all here and can be used on other MCUs as well
2013-08-13 Microchip unveils lighting communications platform
The lighting communications development platform enables lighting engineers to design intelligent lighting and control systems with a large array of Microchip's 8, 16 and 32bit PIC microcontrollers.
2006-08-22 Microchip MCUs come in ultrasmall DFN packages
Microchip Technology announced that all members of its 6-pin PIC10F microcontroller family are now available in ultra-small 2-by-3mm DFN packages for space-constrained apps.
2005-10-12 Microchip 16bit MCU line highlights performance, compatibility
Members of Microchip's new family of 16bit PIC microcontrollers are capable of up to 40MIPS performance, feature 16KB of RAM and 256KB of flash program memory, and are available in up to 100-pin packages.
2006-04-27 MCUs enable switching between ROM, flash versions
Microchip Technology Inc. announced the availability of new complementary ROM PIC microcontrollers in the PIC16 family.
2000-08-01 Moving to 12-bit embedded control
At the Embedded Systems Conference in 1998, Tremont Mao of Analog Devices was demonstrating his own version of the Rube Goldberg machine.
2008-02-29 8bit flash MCUs feature 16MHz internal oscillator
Microchip Technology has announced a new family of low-cost 8bit Flash PIC MCUs that are capable of operation down to 1.8V and feature a 16MHz internal oscillator
2010-03-15 8bit MCUs pack touch-sensing, comms peripherals
Microchip Technology Inc. has unveiled several new 8bit PIC microcontrollers that include mTouch capacitive touch-sensing, and communications peripherals.
2009-04-28 8/16bit MCUs claim lowest sleep current
Microchip Technology Inc. has launched its next-generation low-power PIC microcontroller families with nanoWatt XLP eXtreme Low Power Technology for sleep currents as low as 20nA
2003-06-28 Using the DS1086 as a Microcontroller Clocler to Reduce EMI
This application discusses the procedure to interface a DS1086 with two common microcontrollers, the 8051 and PIC.
2004-07-09 Microchip unveils Flash MCUs for cost-constrained apps
Microchip announced four 64- and 80-pin PIC Flash microcontrollers targeting cost-constrained apps requiring additional I/O.
2004-07-06 Microchip MCUs have 64KB Flash program memory
Microchip expanded its 28- and 40/44-pin PIC Flash MCU portfolio with eight devices targeting high-end apps requiring additional memory in low pin counts
2009-07-31 MCUs pack improved mid-range 8bit core
Microchip Technology Inc. has launched the first six members of the PIC16F193X family of microcontrollers featuring its enhanced mid-range 8bit core
2009-12-23 Low-power MCUs integrate capacitive touch-sensing
The MCUs provide a pin-compatible migration path for legacy 18-pin PIC MCUs still used in many designs
2010-04-07 USB-to-UART converter eases USB connectivity addition
Microchip's MCP2200 USB-to-UART protocol converter enables designers to quickly and easily add USB connectivity to their application without completely redesigning the system.
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