Critical Infrastructure providers can’t afford downtime and must rely on resilient solutions. This is also true of precise timing. New redundancy designs allow for the utmost flexibility – there is all to gain and nothing to compromise.
Simplify and reduce the BOM of designs with two digital voltage-domains using the MVIO on AVR® DB.
Aligning the appropriate Microchip MCU and MPU families with our easy-to-use development tools enables developers to create optimal designs for predictive maintenance applications without the risks, higher system costs and slower time-to-market that may might encounter with less-integrated approaches.
PoE is a point-to-point technology and when PoE Power Forwarding is used, it allows an additional device to be cascaded in series to extend a single Ethernet run.
Rapidly evolving C5ISR requirements are becoming more stringent to address evolving adversary capabilities, driving tougher sync and timing specifications.
An essential element of implementing security is taking a holistic approach that ensures not just that the overall system is protected, but that each individual device is protected as well.
Read this article to learn about the benefits of using the dsPIC33 DSC refrigerator compressor reference design.
COTS-to rad-tolerant devices products provide unique, scalable solutions to address the New Space Challenges.
While there are many different sources of noise within an operational amplifier, perhaps the most mysterious and frustrating noise source is what is known as flicker noise. How does one deal with this dominating, low frequency noise? If 1/f noise is a big concern, then selecting a zero-drift amplifier is the best solution.
Learn how the chip scale atomic clock (CSAC) performs in a rapidly changing thermal environment.
Our Data Center Solutions team has invested in a comprehensive and intuitive toolset that can help speed up your time to market.
Our MPLAB® development ecosystem now supports AVR® and SAM devices including SAM MPUs
Designing a feature-rich tankless water heater based on a dsPIC® digital signal controller.
The need to closely monitor currents in today’s electronics has increased over the years, as energy efficiency and safety have become major concerns. This article will focus specifically on the use of a shunt resistor to monitor current.