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App note: Using PIC32 MCUs to develop low-cost controllerless (LCC) graphics solutions

Posted on Sunday, November 23rd, 2014 in app notes by DP

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Adding a low-cost virtual graphics on embedded application, app note from Microchip.

This application note describes the LCC Graphics Board that enables the implementation of a low-cost controllerless graphic method using a PIC32 microcontroller.

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  1. Laifaoui says:

    J’aime

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