Posts Tagged ‘PIC32/24’

App note: Multiple Capture/Compare/PWM (MCCP): Extending the functionality for low-cost motor control applications

Sunday, January 8th, 2017

Microchip's MCCP module on PIC32 devices demonstrate the built-in majority detection filter for simpler motor control drives. Link here (PDF) The motor control industry has been focusing on designing low-cost motor control drives for various applications. The consumer demand for low-cost motor control applications is driving this trend. Microchip has...

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Open source Bluetooth stack for PIC24 and PIC32

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Dpropicweb tipped us to a new Open source Bluetooth stack for PIC24 and PIC32. For hardware, a PIC drives a cheap USB Bluetooth dongle using a USB host interface. The Bluetooth part is open source, unfortunately is also uses Microchips undistributable USB drivers. The code is really easy to understand,...

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