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Developer Help provides short self-paced tutorials and reference material to get you answers when you need them. Topics include development tools, software development, MCUs and MPUs, wired and wireless connectivity, analog, FPGAs, touch control, motor control, power supplies and much more.
Regional Training Centers are high tech engineering labs conveniently located worldwide and equipped with the most current embedded control tools, techniques and instructors. The RTCs conduct hands-on beginner, intermediate and advanced classes on Microchip's product lines to help you speed up your development time and lower your total system cost.
Before you start using MPLAB X IDE with hardware debugger tools, for example the MPLAB REAL ICE, you must update the drivers these tools use so that they are compatible with the drivers used by the IDE. This webinar shows you how to do this. If you want to use updated debugger tools with the older MPLAB IDE v8, then the drivers need to be swapped back. This webinar shows you how to do that too.
"Coffee Break" is a series of live broadcasts designed to give you a kick-start on a particular topic by offering insight and advice from experts in their field. Walk away having learned something new for the day and with a few nuggets of wisdom to use on your next embedded design journey.
Webinars will cover the most common security needs for certified systems and discuss suggested hardware, suggested cryptographic functions and attributes all connections should have. While this webinar is still considered a beginner class in cryptography, some prior knowledge of the fundamentals of cryptography is required.
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