The graphics 5.0" WVGA PCAP Display Board is designed for evaluating Microchip's graphics-display solution and graphics library for 32-bit microcontrollers. This daughter board is compatible with Multimedia Expansion Board II (DM320005-2). The board has a TFT 800x480 Display with 24-bit parallel RGB interface and with capacitive touch interface.
The Serial SuperFlash® Kit 2 allows evaluation of Microchip's Serial Flash Devices which are made using the SST SuperFlash® technology. The Serial SuperFlash Kit 2 contains three Serial Flash Daughter Boards. The Serial Flash Daughter Board is an evaluation board designed to interface with the mikroBUS™ connector on the Explorer 16/32 Development Board (DM240001-2). It can also interface with the PICtail™ Plus connector located on the Explorer 16 Development Board (DM240001).
The PIC32 Audio Codec daughter board, AC328904, is a high-performance stereo codec board for selected PIC32 hardware development platforms. This board features the Wolfson WM8904 (AC328904) Stereo Codec, which includes built-in microphone and headphone amplifiers. This board is suitable for adding audio input and output capabilities to the PIC32 Bluetooth starter kit, and as previously mentioned, it is compatible with the PIC32 Bluetooth Audio development kit.
Developing an audio recording and playback system can require a lot of component shopping and circuit board design. Save all that time and effort with a Parrot board that already provides the design and components necessary. With the addition of an external memory device, 8-bit devices may be the perfect solution for your low cost, low power audio needs. The Parrot board uses the AVR microcontroller event system and direct memory access (DMA) peripherals to create an audio storage and playback system that entirely avoids using the CPU after initialization. It also serves as a great method to add audio recording or playback to an existing design.
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A highly integrated, compact and flexible development platform. Integrates with the PIC32MZ Starter Kits for a complete graphics development solution. The MEB-II kit features a 4.3” WQVGA MaxTouch display daughter board.
Multimedia Expansion Board II (MEB-II) is a highly integrated, compact and flexible development platform which works with PIC32MZ Starter Kit. The MEB-II kit features a 4.3” WQVGA maxTouch display daughter board. The kit also has an onboard 24-bit stereo audio codec, VGA camera, 802.11 b/g wireless module, Bluetooth HCI transceiver, temperature sensor, microSD slot and analog accelerometer.
The EV08Z13A is a hardware platform designed to evaluate the Timberwolf ZL380xx Audio Processors. It is designed for use with the Timberwolf Demo Tool & MiTuner. It demonstrates 2-way voice communication, Embedded speech recognition, and Audio event detection. The EV08Z13A is full-featured development kit with included quick start guide for rapid prototyping out of the box.
The PIC32 Audio Codec Daughter Card: AC324954 is a high-performance 32-bit stereo codec board for selected PIC32 hardware development platforms. This board features the AKM AK4954 stereo codec, which includes a built-in microphone input, headphone amplifier output, and speaker amplifier output as well as EQ functionality. This board has a Headphone Out, Line in input, microphone input, Mono Speaker Output, and an on-board mems microphone. The AC324954 is suitable for adding Audio input and output capabilities to the PIC32 Bluetooth Start Kit (DM320018,) and the PIC32 Bluetooth Audio Development Kit (DV320032.)
- Based on the AKM 4954 32-Bit Audio Codec
- Integrated MEMS Microphone on-board, or external Microphone Input with ALC
- Suitable for a wide range of Audio/Voice Applications
- Integrated Speaker Amplifier Output
- Cap-less Headphone Amplifier
The RN4677 PICtail/PICtail Plus is a Bluetooth Dual Mode development board using the Microchip RN4677 Bluetooth Dual Mode module. The RN4677 module is a Dual mode Bluetooth module that complies with Bluetooth Core Specification 4.0. TheRN4677 uses a simple ASCII command interface over the UART. The board enables evaluation of the RN4677 and development of Bluetooth low Energy applications in two different ways:
1) Out of the box: When plugged into the USB port of a PC, the board will enumerate as a Communication Device Class (CDC) Serial device. Through a terminal program, users can configure and control the module and transfer data using the easy to use provided command set.
2) As a PICtail/PICtail Plus, the board interfaces to one of hundreds of available PIC Microcontrollers through this standard Microchip interface. The PICtail bridges the host MCU UART to the RN4677's UART interface for data transfer or configuration using the straight-forward, easy-to-use ASCII style command set.