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The new MCU families are also designed to make it easy to increase the security of an application

New Pic24f Mcus Are Aec Q100 Grade 1 Qualified

Low power MCU family offers power-saving peripherals, hardware safety, and secure code protection System developers of battery-powered and other power-conscious designs with and without LCD displays can now easily add an array of innovative features using a new line of PIC® eXtreme Low Power (XLP) microcontrollers (MCUs) from Microchip Technology Inc. Packed with 14 types […]

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Microchip Mcp2518fd _External Can Fd Controller With Spi Interface

Microchip Mcp2518fd : External Can Fd Controller With Spi Interface

The MCP2518FD is a cost-effective and small-footprint External CAN FD Controller that can be easily added to a microcontroller with an available SPI interface. Therefore, a CAN FD channel can be easily added to a microcontroller that is either lacking a CAN FD peripheral or that doesn’t have enough CAN FD channels. The MCP2518FD supports

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Step 5 Sony PS-X75 Record Player Fixed With Embrio and Arduino Mega2560

Sony PS-X75 Record Player Fixed With Embrio and Arduino Mega2560

Fixed a SONY PS-X75 Record Player (1980’s) with a blown MB8841-209L microchip. Fixed it with a Arduino Mega2560 Board and the fabulous Embrio Software. A long, long time ago in 1980’s Sony produced one of the best automatic record players the Sony PS-X75.  The only problem was the main Microprocessor (IC) was prone to breaking.

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Microchip Introduces New Avr Da Microcontroller Family

Microchip Introduces New Avr Da Microcontroller Family

The AVR DA Family Incorporates Several New Safety Features Together With Integrated Peripheral Touch Controller As the Internet of Things (IoT) delivers greater connectivity for industrial and home applications and as connected vehicles enhance cabin and operational features, higher-performance microcontrollers are required for better real-time control as well as to enable enhanced human machine interface applications. Microchip

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Som Based on Microchip’s Low-power Polarfire Risc-v Soc Fpga

Som Based on Microchip’s Low-power Polarfire Risc-v Soc Fpga

The M100PFS is based on the PolarFire SoC FPGA architecture by Microchip and combines high-performance 64-bit RISC-V cores with outstanding FPGA technology. The platform integrates a hardened real-time, Linux capable, RISC-V-based MPU subsystem on the mid-range PolarFire FPGA family, bringing low power consumption, thermal efficiency and defence grade security to embedded systems. The RISC-V CPU micro-architecture implementation

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Researchers Expand Microchip Capability With New 3d Inductor Technology

Researchers Expand Microchip Capability With New 3d Inductor Technology

Smaller is better when it comes to microchips, researchers said, and by using 3D components on a standardized 2D microchip manufacturing platform, developers can use up to 100 times less chip space. A team of engineers has boosted the performance of its previously developed 3D inductor technology by adding as much as three orders of

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3d Silicon-integrated Microcapacitors Have Unprecedented Performance

3d Silicon-integrated Microcapacitors Have Unprecedented Performance

Picosun Group, global provider of leading AGILE ALD® (Atomic Layer Deposition) thin film coating solutions, reports record performance of silicon-integrated, three-dimensional deep trench microcapacitors manufactured using its ALD technology. Increasing efficiency and performance demands of portable and wearable electronics, along with their shrinking size in accordance with the Moore’s law, set new challenges to the power

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Pickitautowatch a New Application for Both the Pickit2 and Pickit3 Programmers

Pickitautowatch: a New Application for Both the Pickit2 and Pickit3 Programmers

PICKitAutoWatch is a new application and a new approach to programming microcontrollers. PICKitAutoWatch supports both PICkit2 and PICkit3 programmers.  The software is feature rich and easy to use via a simple user interface. PICKitAutowatch is the best value for money products if you are simply programming your part as it supports the PICkit2 and PICkit3 programmers. PICKitAutoWatch provides support

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Step 3 Controlling Nixie Tube With Arduino Using K155ID1 Microchip

Controlling Nixie Tube With Arduino Using K155ID1 Microchip

For those who don’t know Nixie tubes are electronic devices used for displaying numbers and other character using glow discharge. They date back to 1950s not used commercially anymore. Currently they do experience second life though, as people do tons of cool projects. In this instructable I will show you how to glow individual digits

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Aries Launches Risc-v Based Polarfire Soc Module

Aries Launches Risc-v Based Polarfire Soc Module

Aries Embedded has launched a Linux-powered, FPGA-enabled RISC-V SoC from Microchip’s Micro semi unit, called the M100PFS. It is one of the first compute modules equipped with the PolarFire SoC. The M100PFS features an identical 74 x 42mm footprint as Aries’ similar M100PF module, which is equipped with the PolarFire FPGA without the Linux-ready RISC-V cores. The M100PFS enables applications like wireline access networks, cellular

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