Getting Started with a PIC16 programming
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Getting Started with a PIC16 programming

Getting Started with a PIC16, Specifically, a PIC16f18326, by Mattia Maldini @ medium.com: Today I’m going to make a quick tutorial on how to program a bare PIC16, specifically the PIC16f18326. No demo boards and no USB cable, just the MCU, a breadboard and a dedicated...

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PSLab is an Open Source Platform For STEM Education
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PSLab is an Open Source Platform For STEM Education

I remember many years ago, when I was trying to acquire data with hardware especially with "Data Acquisition" devices, I was gifted a device that I must say reshaped my life - It was the NI myDAQ. The NI myDAQ was a product from National Instrument, and it allowed students to perform...

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Microchip New Ultra-Low  Power LoRa SiP
IoT

Microchip New Ultra-Low Power LoRa SiP

Microchip has announced at Electronica 2018 in Munich its new  SAM R34/35 integrated LoRa System-in-Package (SiP) family which combines an ultra-low-power 32-bit microcontroller, a sub-GHz RF LoRa transceiver and a software stack. The chip is built specifically for the Internet of...

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Extended battery life in portable devices with new low Iq LDO
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Extended battery life in portable devices with new low Iq LDO

Extending battery life in portable devices up to four times longer than traditional ultra-low quiescent (Iq) LDOs, Microchip has announced a linear Low Dropout (LDO) regulator. With an ultra-low Iq of 250nA versus the approximate 1uA operation of traditional devices, the MCP1811...

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Get your Things on the Internet in 30 seconds with the AVR-IoT!
IoT

Get your Things on the Internet in 30 seconds with the AVR-IoT!

RS Components will stock Microchip’s AVR microcontroller IoT development board for Google Cloud, which enables the fast prototyping of cloud-connected devices. By Ally Winning [via] The Microchip AVR-IoT WG development board uses an ATmega4808 AVR-based MCU, with a ATECC608A...

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Tachyon – 120MHZ 32-bit Arduino Compatible Microcontroller
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Tachyon – 120MHZ 32-bit Arduino Compatible Microcontroller

The Tachyon is a new lightning-fast open-source Arduino Zero-compatible board developed by Rabid Prototypes, currently on Kickstarter for funding. It features a 32-bit ARM M4F processor running at 120MHz and contains 128K of RAM. The Tachyon's pinout is nearly identical to both...

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The Fishino Piranha – A Development Board With 120MHz 32bit Microcontroller
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The Fishino Piranha – A Development Board With 120MHz 32bit Microcontroller

A few weeks ago Open Electronics announced their new “Fishino Piranha” board. It is one of the first boards to imitate the Arduino MKR. The Fishino Piranha follows with the release of their Uno-inspired “Fishino 32” board, which was released at the start of last year. The...

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ATtiny1607 – A TinyAVR MCU Family For Real-Time Control Systems
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ATtiny1607 – A TinyAVR MCU Family For Real-Time Control Systems

In continuation of the development of microcontrollers for a real-time control system, Microchip unveils a new set of microcontroller family based around the known Atmel ATtiny family called the ATtiny1607 family. Microchip is hoping to continue support for the Atmel's famous AVR set...

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