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What is PCI Express?
A high-speed peripheral interconnect Intel Corp. introduced in 2002 to serve as a replacement for PCI and AGP buses. Tailored for high-speed CPUs, it can accommodate Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet and even support chip-to-chip transfers.
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2009-05-26 Using the PIC MCU CTMU for temperature measurement
The Charge Time Measurement Unit (CTMU) uses a constant current source to calculate both capacitance changes and the time difference between events. This application note describes the basic concepts of temperature measurement using the CTMU.
2008-09-01 Using the PIC devices' SSP and MSSP modules for slave I?C communication
The purpose of this application note is to provide the reader with a better understanding of the I?C protocol and to show how devices with these modules are used as a slave device on an I&178;C bus.
2009-02-09 Using HI-TECH C and a timer to interface mid-range PIC MCUs with UNI/O serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing Microchip's mid-range family of PIC MCUs with Microchip's UNI/O bus 11XXXXX family of serial EEPROM devices.
1999-10-05 SMBus level-3 battery charger/selector reference based on the PIC 16C73A
The design consists of a PIC16C73A microcontroller that handles all the hardware control and communications to meet both the SMBus Level 3 Smart Battery Charger Specification 1.0 and Smart Battery and Smart Battery Selector Specification 1.0. It combines the Smart Battery Charger and Smart Battery Selector under single-chip control.
2013-03-19 PIC-based VICR ready for 100G optical networks
The PIC-based VICR integrates a variable optical attenuator on the signal path and is designed to increase dynamic range and improve the optical signal to noise ratio for coincident signals.
2005-06-08 PIC'ing the MAX5581: Interfacing a PIC microcontroller with the MAX5581 fast-settling DAC
This app note shows how to use a PIC microcontroller with the MAX5581 DAC.
2004-11-23 PIC'ing the MAX3100 for USB
The app note describes all of the software and hardware you need in order to transmit and receive data using the MAX3100 over USB.
2008-12-19 PIC microcontroller horn driver
This application note provides a description for driving a horn using the peripheral circuitry that is incorporated within a PIC MCU with only a few, low-cost external circuit elements.
2005-07-14 PIC MCUs expand with passive-keyless-entry, more peripherals
Microchip Technology has beefed-up its microcontroller line with four new product offerings, broadening out both its low- and high-end families into new 8bit apps.
2010-08-02 PIC MCU-based KEELOQ receiver system with acknowledge
This application note describes a system by which the access point (receiver) responds back to the remote transmitter with a status message.
2005-02-08 PIC MCU targets intelligent power conversion designs
Microchip's flash MCU provides system designers with a complete set of integrated peripherals that are said to address a wide variety of power-conversion topologies and parameters.
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.
2010-07-29 PIC MCU KEELOQ/XTEA receiver system with acknowledge
The KEELOQ 3 receiver decodes the key fob transmission and displays the command issued by the key fob. The receiver will respond back to the key fob with the operation result (opened or closed).
2010-07-29 PIC MCU KEELOQ/AES receiver system with acknowledge
This application note describes a system by which the access point (receiver) responds back to the remote transmitter with a status message.
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.
2006-11-20 PIC MCU enables cost-effective fan/small motor control
Microchip Technology's newest general-purpose PIC MCU offers designers specialized peripherals for cost-effective control of fans or small motors.
2006-02-03 PIC MCU delivers 40MHz at 3V
Microchip Technology's latest PIC microcontrollers, dubbed the PIC18F45J10 family, delivers 40MHz performance at 3V.
2005-11-03 PIC MCU adds extra serial ports, faster A/D converter
The newest members of Microchip Technology Inc.'s PIC18F microcontroller family are the PIC18F8622/8527/6622/6527.
2002-12-11 ORCA Series 3 FPGAs Programmable I/O Cell (PIC): Logic, Clocking, Routing, and External Device Interface
This application note describes the features and advantages of the ORCA Series 3 FGPA programmable I/O cell (PIC)
2006-11-09 New PIC MCU family from Microchip offers flexibility
Microchip's new PIC16F88X family is complemented by a vast portfolio of pin- and code-compatible PIC MCUs that enable customers to quickly move to the right part for their chosen application, without having to write all new code.
2013-03-27 Microchip rolls out smallest, low cost PIC MCU
The PIC12LF1552 comes in a 2x3mm UDFN package with hardware hardware I2C support, and includes a four channel 10bit Analog-to-Digital Converter.
2008-06-05 Microchip presents low-cost USB PIC MCUs
Microchip Technology Inc. has a new family of 8bit PIC MCUs for USB applications.
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.
2004-11-04 Microchip PIC MCU available in 40-, 44-pin packages
Microchip released what it claims as the first baseline 8bit PIC microcontroller to be offered in 40- and 44-pin packages.
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
2006-07-12 Microchip beefs up 20-pin PIC MCU line
Microchip Technology Inc. has beefed-up its 20-pin PIC microcontroller line with the launching of the PIC16F631 and the PIC16F677.
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.
2008-12-04 Interfacing mid-range PIC MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
This application note is intended to serve as a reference for interfacing Microchip's mid-range family of PIC MCUs with Microchip's UNI/O bus-compatible 11XXXXX family of serial EEPROM devices, with the aid of a hardware timer.
2008-05-01 Interfacing baseline PIC MCUs with UNI/O bus-compatible serial EEPROMs
This application note is part of a series that provide source code to help the user implement the protocol with minimal effort.
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