Join Us for a Webinar Series – Modernize Your Next Design Using PIC® and AVR® MCUs and the Microchip Technology Ecosystem
Presenter – Marc McComb
Technical Marketing Engineer, Microchip
Marc McComb is a Technical Marketing Engineer in Microchip Technology’s 8-bit MCU division. He has worked with Microchip Technology for 15 years and has trained industry customers, distributors, and academics globally on various topics. Marc is a graduate of St-Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario Canada.
Wednesday October 13th, 2021 | 2:00pm EDT
Cloud-Connected Edge Nodes with Fully Integrated PIC® and AVR® MCU Development Hardware
Join us as we take you on a journey from writing embedded code that will connect to the cloud.
We will explore Microchip’s AVR-IoT platform and show how you can rapidly connect to the cloud within a few minutes from opening the box. As we highlight the bigger picture of how embedded devices and the cloud communicate will explore what is required to adapt and build the code for your own product and you will understand the key items needed to connect with your cloud service provider.
Wednesday November 3rd, 2021 | 2:00pm EDT
Reduce Your Time to Market with the MPLAB Ecosystem of Software and Hardware Tools
Microchip has many tools that work together to assist and accelerate your products development time. We will explore tools such as MPLAB X, MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC) and XC Compilers and how they work together to generate code quickly and efficiently.
As we explore these tools we will highlight key items and procedures that will help you use them more effectively and some items that will help you when debugging and navigating code.
Wednesday November 17th, 2021 | 2:00pm EST
Learn How to Craft Custom Control Functions Using Unique Core Independent Peripherals on PIC® and AVR® MCUs
With peripherals on micro-controllers becoming more advanced and capable, it can be overwhelming and even a little daunting when it does not need to be. We will cover key digital and analog peripherals and show how easy it is to work with them and combine them to do tasks that run independently of the CPU. By combining peripherals, it is possible to do some tasks that could use >90% CPU time to perform, by freeing up the CPU you can perform more background tasks and even run at lower power by sleeping. Join us as we explore and show you how easy it is to do this.
Wednesday December 1st, 2021 | 2:00pm EST
Use the Unique Features of PIC® & AVR® MCUs to Replace Fixed-Function Hardware in Your Next Design
Advanced microcontroller (MCU) concepts using the on-chip peripherals and flexibility in software to implement industry leading designs. Featured peripherals include MVIO (Multi-voltage level shifting I/O) and on-chip Op-Amps. This is demonstrated using our Op-Amp as a programmable gain amplifier and software-saving I/O expander.