PIC32

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17 Sep: FatFS for PIC32MX/MZ

Skill level: Intermediate, with knowledge of C and 32-bit microcontrollers. Hello there again! 🙂 Want to write stuff into an SD-Card, or maybe read the file contents and display it onto an LCD screen? This is the tutorial for you! In this tutorial, you will be using the FatFS library, which allows you to create, edit and read files in the SD-Card. What will you need? Cytron sk1632 w/ PIC32MX250F128B 8MHz crystal Cytron BB-uSD Breadboard…

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16 Sep: I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Mikroelektronika Audio Codec Proto Board (Cirrus Logic WM8731 codec)

Skill level: Advanced, with C and 32-bit experience. Required: Cytron SK1632, PIC32MX250F128B, MPLAB X IDE, MPLAB XC32 1.40, MPLAB Harmony v1.07 and above. Note: This requires previous knowledge on these tutorials – I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Introduction I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Sine wave generation using DDS I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Direct Memory Access (DMA) I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Application: Music Box If you haven’t covered these tutorials yet, read up on them, because they would tell…

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27 Aug: I2S for PIC32MX/MZ – Sine wave generation using DDS

Skill level: Advanced, with C and 32-bit experience. This tutorial requires an oscilloscope to confirm the resulting output! In the previous tutorial, you have a general idea of interfacing your PIC32MX/MZ microcontroller to the Audio DAC. This time, you learn to write a short, simple method to generate a sine wave using Digital Direct Synthesis (DDS) method, sample by sample to the DAC, and eventually output to the speaker. If you have an oscilloscope, you…

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18 Mar: Driving RainbowBits with Cytron’s sk1632!

Skill level: Advanced Note: This tutorial is for those who are already experienced in C, MPLAB X and some knowledge in PWM. I’m sure you have seen a lot of those RGB lights everywhere and they do sure look amazing and brilliant. Here, you will be amazed that you can experiment with these LEDs at your own home. We will be experimenting on a couple of those Cytron’s RainbowBits on the breadboard and show you…

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19 Feb: 2012 Microchip Technical Seminar

A bit late, but is never too late :) Is wonderful for us to attend Microchip Technical Seminar (previously is called Microchip Embedded Designer Fourm, EDF). This year, they have a section at Penang, is near to my office, so I attend it. Before Seminar start, discussion with participants   As Authorized 3rd party training center, Cytron Technologies always support this seminar because our staff can have the latest update and news on Microchip product...