When adding keypad functionality to a project, the PIC16F15244 family can offload I/O tasks from the main MCU, saving I/O lines while not compromising on features.
Microchip’s PIC16F15244 family controls a 7-segment display directly, saving I/O and power dissipation in the main MCU
I/O expanders can be emulated using an MCU, like the new PIC16F15244 family, helping yield more design flexibility, features and even lower Bill of Materials (BOM).
In this article on the Chip Scale Atomic Clock (CSAC) performance during rapid temperature change, learn how time error can be calculated from published aging rates.
Microchip multi-Power over Ethernet (mPoE) technology solves interoperability issues between different standards and legacy solutions and eliminates the dependency on AC infrastructure and its variations to provide an international network power standard.
Exploring a variety of RF circuits including power amplifier applications — such as GSM and CDMA cellular base stations, radar, CATV and portable radio devices as well as RF oscillators and filters found in wireless applications, such as wireless microphones and radios.
Satellite electronics designers who have struggled with weight and board space restrictions will now be able to meet these stringent requirements thanks to our radiation hardened ICs.
Virtual Primary Reference Timing Clock (vPRTC) is a new concept for a highly secure and protected network-based timing architecture developed to meet the expanding needs of modern critical infrastructures.
Learn how cattle tracking systems enable farmers to increase heard output and overall wellness.
NVMe SSD deployments are surging, fueling the need for new capacities, performance, power, connectivity and form factors. Here’s what you need to know about emerging form factors available for your new design.
Serial-attached memory solutions using Compute Express Link have many benefits compared to parallel interfaces and can be used to replace or augment parallel memory solutions.
Our ecosystem not only provides an array of logic performance options, but also a software toolchain that can enable unprecedented opportunities for code reuse and a learning curve that allows designers and developers to...
We have developed an ecosystem of development hardware and software that not only eases the burdens of early design, but also enables a seamless transition to the production of embedded electronics.
With modern MCUs/DSCs, IDEs, and an ecosystem of software libraries, code examples, application notes, reference designs, and development/evaluation boards, even novice motor control designers can rapidly develop and deploy professional solutions without having to...
We offer MCUs, sensors, and development tools that allow for lower-cost sensor modules in smaller footprints, and eases development costs with richly featured development boards compatible with modular sensor boards.
“One size fits all” is becoming less of a viable electronic product strategy, be it for consumer or industrial applications. Flexibility and customizability of a user’s electronics is the new design paradigm. Every year, common electronic product categories are merging, gaining features and becoming more user oriented. Though multiplying features in electronics is the norm in the industry, the pace and number of features being implemented in the latest designs is accelerating. For electronic device designers and developers, this means that they now need to incorporate more features in the same, or even smaller, space as a previous design.
Just like consumers and end users of products, design engineers and developers are also seeking more options, flexibility and support from their hardware and software tool suppliers. We can help.
We offer a host of hardware, software, third-party, and training solutions to help developers rapidly make pace with modern embedded graphics and accelerate time-to-market with graphics electronics.
The new age of universal connectivity has created a need for simple and secure solutions to connect to the cloud within a variety of embedded applications.
Jumpstart your next embedded product from proof of concept to production with our Arm® Cortex® M0+ based SAM D21 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Kit.
Learn how our innovations build an agile infrastructure of compute, memory and storage and also how technology advancements that both the industry and vendors like us are enabling to meet the needs of a composable platform.
Attacks targeting your systems are disturbingly widespread – here's what you need to know.
Smoke detector manufacturers will be required to have their new submissions meet new certification standards effective May 29, 2019 and to only manufacture their certified designs after May 29, 2020. We have developed integrated solutions to help enable our customers to implement the architectures to comply with the new requirements.