Member Blog Posts: microcontroller

  • Shift Registers Reduce Size and Cost in LED Design

    Shift Registers Reduce Size and Cost in LED Design

    Posted Jul 22, 2014 By EEWeb

    Shift registers can help reduce size and bill of materials in designs that use LEDs. By providing input/output expansion, they enable the use of…

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  • Designing Embedded Systems for the Internet of Things

    Designing Embedded Systems for the Internet of Things

    Posted Jun 09, 2014 By Embedded Developer

    What does the phrase Internet of Things mean? It depends a lot on where you stand in the supply chain. Many have tried to define it, but the…

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  • PIC16 MCU EELive Product Announcement

    PIC16 MCU EELive Product Announcement

    Posted May 02, 2014 By Microchip

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    Microchip has announced 11 new products in the PIC16 MCU Product line. The PIC16F170X and PIC16F171X family of…

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  • Renesas Ecosystem: Interview with Rob Dautel, Senior Manager, Ecosystem

    Renesas Ecosystem: Interview with Rob Dautel, Senior Manager, Ecosystem

    Posted Mar 24, 2014 By Embedded Developer

    The Renesas Ecosystem is an all-encompassing online resource for embedded engineers. The Ecosystem has hundreds of Alliance partners and specialized…

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  • Secturity

    Secturity

    Posted Mar 05, 2014 By Liu James
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  • The Challenge of University-Based Embedded Systems Courses

    The Challenge of University-Based Embedded Systems Courses

    Posted Feb 13, 2014 By Rob Riemen

    When you think of an embedded systems class, what do you expect the students to learn? Should they know about single board computers, like the…

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  • Microchip’s PIC32MZ  32-bit MCU Family is Leader of its Class

    Microchip’s PIC32MZ 32-bit MCU Family is Leader of its Class

    Posted Jan 02, 2014 By EEWeb

    With the increasing demand for intelligent electronic devices comes the need for sophisticated MCUs. Microchip, with their recent announcement of a…

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  • Introducing Microchip’s GC Family - An Intelligent Analog MCU

    Introducing Microchip’s GC Family - An Intelligent Analog MCU

    Posted Nov 29, 2013 By Microchip

    An increasing market demand for sophisticated products that interface the digital world of 1s and 0s with the “real-world” has…

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  • Microprocessor Vs Microcontroller

    Microprocessor Vs Microcontroller

    Posted Nov 26, 2013 By Sudheer Gupta

    Microprocessor:

    The microprocessor is a small computer or CPU (central processing unit) used to do arithmetic and logical operation, controlling…

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  • Master and Slave Mode Support for Z8 Encore

    Master and Slave Mode Support for Z8 Encore

    Posted Nov 22, 2013 By IXYS

    Developing Software Emulation
    The Z8 Encore! F0830 and Z8 Encore! F083A microcontrollers do not have a hardware peripheral for I2C support, however…

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  • Sensorless Brushless DC Motor Control

    Sensorless Brushless DC Motor Control

    Posted Nov 08, 2013 By IXYS

    The Z16FMC Series Flash microcontrollers are based on Zilog’s advanced ZNEO 16-bit CPU core. The Z16FMC MCU family of devices set a new standard or…

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  • 70 Best Microcontroller Based Mini Projects for Engineering Students

    70 Best Microcontroller Based Mini Projects for Engineering Students

    Posted Nov 06, 2013 By Sudheer Gupta

    Earlier we have already published various projects ideas. So, now we are listing out some of the best mini projects based on microcontroller. All…

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  • Firmware for MLX90121 Based Reader

    Firmware for MLX90121 Based Reader

    Posted Nov 05, 2013 By Melexis

    The firmware here allow the customers to quickly develop their application without the need to understand deeply the internal structure and behavior…

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  • UART to Implement a 1-Wire Master

    UART to Implement a 1-Wire Master

    Posted Nov 01, 2013 By IXYS

    Overview of the 1-Wire Protocol
    A 1-Wire bus utilizes a single wire for power and signaling. The bus operates in an open-drain environment;…

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  • Microcontroller Types and Applications

    Posted Oct 18, 2013 By Sudheer Gupta

    A microcontroller is a solitary chip microcomputer fabricated from VLSI fabrication. There are many microcontrollers with different word lengths such as 4bit, 8bit, 64bit and 128bit microcontrollers….

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  • Kickstarter - castAR

    Kickstarter - castAR

    Posted Oct 14, 2013 By Bob Casiano

    castAR: The Most Versatile AR & VR System by Technical Illusions

    Jerri Ellsworth and Rick Johnson have been working on a great AR project that…

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  • FORTH for dsPIC gets Motor Control

    FORTH for dsPIC gets Motor Control

    Posted Oct 07, 2013 By William Marshall

    Some time ago I embarked on a project to write a FORTH interpreter/compiler for the Microchip dsPIC/PIC24 16-bit microcontrollers. For more…

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  • ARM Cortex-R processor-What is it good for?

    ARM Cortex-R processor-What is it good for?

    Posted Sep 13, 2013 By ARM

    The answer is functional safety applications. At least, that’s where TI’s ARM® Cortex™-R cores are utilized – in high performance,…

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  • Little Bottle of Charge

    Little Bottle of Charge

    Posted Sep 05, 2013 By Bryn Cahir
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  • The Choices for Programming ARM® Cortex®-M Microcontrollers

    The Choices for Programming ARM® Cortex®-M Microcontrollers

    Posted Sep 05, 2013 By ARM

    ARM Architecture and Development Tools

    An increasing number of vendors offer 32-bit microcontrollers based on ARM® Cortex®-M processors, and…

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