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  • A Serial Bootloader for PIC24F Devices
    to bootload from a computer through itsthe bootloader. Data is received through the UART standard serial interface. The following defaultmodule and passed through the transmit/receive communication settings are used:engine. The engine filters and parses the data, storing the information into a data
  • Using a Hardware Module to Interface 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs
    AN1197 Using a Hardware Module to Interface 8051 MCUs with SPI Serial EEPROMs The main features of the 25XXX serial EEPROMs are: Author: Alexandru Valeanu * SPI-compatible serial interface bus Microchip Technology Inc. * EEPROM densities from 128 bits to 512 Kbits * Bus speed from 3 MHz to 20 MHz
  • Using the MSSP Module to Interface I2C TM Serial EEPROMs with PIC18 Devices
    with a strong understanding of communication with the 24XXX series serial EEPROMs using the MSSP module and I2C, thus allowing for more complex programs to be written in the future. The firmware consists of a single assembly program, organized into five sections: - Initialization - Byte Write - Byte Read
  • Using the MSSP Module to Interface Microwave Serial EEPROMs to PIC16 Devices
    , serial EEPROMs are a popular choice for nonvolatile storage. Microchip technology has addressed these needs by offering a full line of serial EEPROMs covering industry standard serial communication protocol for two-wire, three-wire, and SPI communication. Serial EEPROM devices are available
  • Using the PICmicro MSSP Module for I2C Communications
    This application note describes the implementation of the PICmicro MSSP module for Master I 2 C communications. The Master Synchronous Serial Port (MSSP) module is the enhanced Synchronous Serial Port developed by Microchip Technology and is featured on many of the PICmicro devices. This module
  • Using the PIC Devices' SSP and MSSP Modules for Slave I2C Communication
    Many devices in the PICmicro family have a Synchronous Serial Port (SSP) or Master Synchronous Serial Port (MSSP). These peripherals can be used to implement the SPI TM or I 2 C communication protocols. The purpose of this application note is to provide the reader with a better understanding
  • Using the C30 Compiler and the I2C? Peripheral to Interface Serial EEPROMs with dsPIC33F
    of the I2Cx module featured on the dsPIC33F family devices. Source code for common data transfer modes is also provided. The source code is easily transferable to theINTRODUCTION PIC24 family of devices. The 24XXX series serial EEPROMs from Microchip 2 TM Figure 1 describes the hardware schematic
  • Understanding Microchip's CAN Module Bit Timing
    The Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol is an asynchronous serial bus with Non-Return to Zero (NRZ) bit coding designed for fast, robust communications in harsh environments, such as automotive and industrial applications. The CAN protocol allows the user to program the bit rate, the sample

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