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chipKIT programming tutorials

Posted on Friday, March 15th, 2013 in site, tutorials by the machinegeek

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EmbeddedLab has a series of chipKIT tutorials online. This series is excellent for MCU newbies and anyone unfamiliar with working with the chipKIT platform. Check them out!

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  1. Pablo Garcia says:

    i have Radline RC car i took apart there 2 PCB 1 Blue PCB the Digital 49mhz the Green PCB is the Motor and servo control i want to use the Digital Receiver Blue PCB on my own Motor Control ( Max32 ) with SSR my project is to control a GoKart but i need to read the RXD Signal so my dev board can use it please i need help … thanks in advance

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