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  • Connecting a PICmicro (R) Microcontroller to a Standard Analog Telephone Line
    This application note describes how to connect a PICmicro microcontroller device to a standard analog telephone line in order to send and receive single and multiple frequency signals through modulation and demodulation (i.e., MODEM). Although there are many different elements within a modem system
  • Interfacing MCP6S2X PGAs to PICmicro (R) Microcontroller
    The MCP6S21/2/6/8 family of one, two, six or eight channel Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA) communicate using a standard 3-wire Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI TM) protocol. This application note shows how to program the six channel MCP6S26 PGA gains, channels and shutdown registers using
  • AVR Microcontroller and C Compiler Co-Design
    High Level Languages (HLLs) are rapidly becoming the standard methodology for embedded microcontrollers due to improved time-to-market and simplified maintenance support. In order to ensure that the new ATMEL AVR family of microcontrollers was well suited as a target for C compiler, the external C
  • Using a PIC (R) Microcontroller for DMX512 Communication
    more cost effective, application note presents a solution to transmit and new digital consoles came to the market and with them receive the DMX512 communication protocol that can (R) the need for a new standard that would allow microcontroller offer-be implemented using any PIC equipment from
  • Interfacing Microchip's MCP41XXX/42XXX Digital Potentiometers to a PICmicro Microcontroller
    The MCP41XXX and MCP42XXX family of digital potentiometers communicate using a standard 3-wire SPI compatible interface. This application note will discuss communications between these devices and a PIC16F876 microcontroller. The code supplied with this application note will include both absolute
  • Interfacing Microchip's MCP41XXX and MCP42XXX Digital Potentiometers to Motorola?s 68HC12 Microcontroller
    The MCP41XXX and MCP42XXX family of digital potentiometers communicate using a standard 3-wire SPI compatible interface. This application note will cover communication between these devices and the Motorola 68HC12 family of microcontrollers. Specifically, the MC68HC912B32 evaluation board was used.
  • Make a Delta-Sigma Converter Using a Microcontroller's Analog Comparator Module
    This application note describes how to implement an Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Converter function using a member of the PIC16C6XX series of microcontrollers. Although these microcontrollers do not have a built-in A/D Converter like other controllers from Microchip, the comparator function, internal
  • Make a Delta-Sigma Converter Using a Microcontroller's Analog Comparator Module
    This application note describes how to implement an Analog-to-Digital (A/D) Converter function using a member of the PIC16C6XX series of microcontrollers. Although these microcontrollers do not have a built-in A/D Converter like other controllers from Microchip, the comparator function, internal

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