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Nuts & Volts Magazine (September 2016)

Help is Finally Here for 32-bit PICs

By Fred Eady    View In Digital Edition  

Have you been sitting on the eight-bit/32-bit microcontroller fence wondering if you’re ever going to be able to fall on the 32-bit side? Well, now is a good time to tilt towards 32-bit territory. Microchip has finally released a 32-bit microcontroller that is supported by the MPLAB Code Configurator. If the new low cost/low pin count 32-bit PICs don’t push you over to the 32-bit side, the free tools and 32-bit code generation capabilities of MPLAB Code Configurator will.


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