16-bit MCUs Give Design Engineers More Performance
March 2006
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The supplier's first family of 16-bit PIC microcontrollers (MCUs), the PIC24, addresses the growing performance needs of embedded designers. The PIC24 16-bit MCUs debuted with 22 general-purpose devices and offers up to 40 MIPS performance, 16 Kbytes of RAM and 256 Kb of Flash program memory, in up to 100-pin packages. The MCUs maintain compatibility with the supplier’s universal MPLAB Integrated Development Environment (IDE) development-tool platform and software compatibility with all dsPIC digital signal controllers for a simplified upward migration path. Microchip Technology Inc., www.microchip.com


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