Introduce System in Package and System on Module solutions and show how they can eliminate common MPU-based design challenges and simplify design.
Introducing Microchip's AT30TS750A digital temperature sensor, highlighting its unique strengths, benefits, and key features.
This presentation will discuss the benefits of using Microchip's MEMS oscillators in automotive applications.
This training will introduce Core Independent Peripherals in PIC® MCUs and dsPIC® DSCs and discuss their value propositions.
The ATECC508A-AWS encapsulates the entire provisioning process into a turnkey crypto-authentication device
This tutorial will introduce the MIC2127A, provide an overview of Microchip’s 75V Controller Family, review key features and benefits, and cover some of the typical applications.
The Curiosity development board includes an integrated programmer/debugger with a USB Interface
Learn about the MCP355x family of low-power, Delta-Sigma Analog-to-Digital Converters
TLS is a secure communication protocol and secure connection between clients and servers.
MIC45404 Step-Down power module solution is designed to simplify the system power design process while offering exceptional performance.
The MCP9600 integrates precision instrumentation, a temperature sensor, and a high resolution ADC
Discuss key PIC24FJ1024GA/GB6 product level features and benefits, and industry trends that are impacting the features and capabilities found in the MCU16.
Microchip Smart Cortex-M7 MCUs are high performing ARM cortex-M based MCUs that offer flexible and scalable memory density up to 2 MB of flash and 384 KB of SRAM.
The MCP6N16 is ideal for system designers tasked with interfacing to real-world sensors.
An overview of Microchip SmartConnect solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT).
The MIC28304 Micro Power Module offers adjustable output voltage, programmable current limit and can be used to drive up to 3 A.
The SAM4S offers a general purpose Cortex-M4 flash MCU with the perfect balance between performance and power consumption.
MCP39F501 single-phase power monitoring IC is used for flexible power monitoring for power systems.
MCP1632 offers an asynchronous, low-side MOSFET driver, which supports a variety of different topologies.
Covering important modern security standards and giving designers more choices for easy implementation of standards-based hardware security.