USB bus powered PIC32 issues ?

Started by Simon Clubley in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 2 replies

While we are talking about Microchip, has anyone tried using the PIC32 as a USB bus powered device in your own circuits and did you have any...

While we are talking about Microchip, has anyone tried using the PIC32 as a USB bus powered device in your own circuits and did you have any issues as result ? It's on my todo list in the upcoming future, so I am trying to find any possible issues upfront. I've done some searching online but I keep hitting stuff for the PIC18 or even the PIC24 instead. I have not found anything explicit ...


New Microchip PIC32 Family, a MIPS M4K Core with Enhancements

Started by Bill Giovino in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

http://microcontroller.com/news/microchip_pic32.asp Microchip has introduced a new 32-bit Microcontroller family, the Microchip PIC32! It's...

http://microcontroller.com/news/microchip_pic32.asp Microchip has introduced a new 32-bit Microcontroller family, the Microchip PIC32! It's based on the MIPS M4K Core. There's an embedded presentation with the article that includes a competitive comparison and an explanation of Microchip's extensive tools support. Regards Bill Giovino Executive Editor http://Microcontroller.com ...


PIC32 starter kit impressions

Started by Joseph H Allen in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 2 replies

I got PIC32 starter kit today. Here are some impressions: - Comes with eval version of C32 C-compiler with 64KB code size limit. C32 is...

I got PIC32 starter kit today. Here are some impressions: - Comes with eval version of C32 C-compiler with 64KB code size limit. C32 is actually called C32-gcc, so it's a gcc derivative. The source is on the website, but who knows if it's recent or complete. - Hardware debugging (breakpoints, goto cursor) works in MPLAB on this little board, but I found that sometimes it gets int...


Microchip's PIC32 : comments needed

Started by whygee in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 33 replies

Hello, I am interested in many ways by MCHP's new family, as it seems to adress many of my requirements. However, this is a brand new thing...

Hello, I am interested in many ways by MCHP's new family, as it seems to adress many of my requirements. However, this is a brand new thing (understand : "preliminary") and although MIPS has been around for ages, the PIC32 is not yet in full production. Errata and the likes will certainly come in wagons, this chips is more complex than what i have seen from this MCHP. So i turn to thi...


Does Microchip play fast and loose with the GPL?

Started by Eric in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 33 replies

I've been looking at the PIC24 and PIC32 compilers from Microchip lately. These are based on the gnu toolchain. Their PIC24 compiler works for...

I've been looking at the PIC24 and PIC32 compilers from Microchip lately. These are based on the gnu toolchain. Their PIC24 compiler works for a month in a full-featured manner, and after that it goes down to a "student edition" that has most optimizations disabled. Once you pay megabucks you get them back. I initially thought this wasn't a violation because I assumed they wrote their own ...


32-Bit Microcontroller for New Project

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 44 replies

I'm about to embark on a new project that will require a 32-bit microcontroller. I've spent the last month evaluating the merits of the various...

I'm about to embark on a new project that will require a 32-bit microcontroller. I've spent the last month evaluating the merits of the various choices architecturely, and have a pretty good idea of what's out there. It's come down to development environments, and I'd like to get some first-hand reports from people on this group. The three choices on my short-list are: Pic32 and MPLAB ...


Fate of PIC32 If Microchip buys Atmel MPU business.

Started by Dan Ash in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 19 replies

Not that anyone can do anything but guess what might happen, but if Microchip buys Atmel's MPU business, what is the prognosis for the PIC32. I...

Not that anyone can do anything but guess what might happen, but if Microchip buys Atmel's MPU business, what is the prognosis for the PIC32. I bought some PIC32 tools and invested time learning the family, and now it may go away or new variant design activity may stop. This is because Atmel has a popular ARM based family of MPUs and the MIPS based PIC32 has only been out a year. Freescale...


Announcing MCU-resident software development environment for Freescale and Microchip MCUs,,,

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 1 reply

Hi all, We've written an MCU-resident software development environment that we call "StickOS" that includes an editor, transparent...

Hi all, We've written an MCU-resident software development environment that we call "StickOS" that includes an editor, transparent line-by-line BASIC compiler, interactive debugger, performance profiler, and flash filesystem. We've ported it to almost a dozen MCUs (HCS08, HCS12, ColdFire, and PIC32) in the hope of making simple embedded system development easier for the casual user, and i...


USB embedded host. need help

Started by dzone007 in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I am currently working on a embedded host for USB thumb drives using PIC32 starter kit. Unfortunately, the embedded host does not support ...

Hi, I am currently working on a embedded host for USB thumb drives using PIC32 starter kit. Unfortunately, the embedded host does not support USB hubs. I am planning to transfer files between multiple thumb drives. Can anyone help me or give suggestions. Thank you in advance. God Bless. dz --------------------------------------- This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedd...


USB embedded host. need help

Started by dzone007 in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 5 replies

Hi, I am currently working on a embedded host for USB thumb drives using PIC32 starter kit. Unfortunately, the embedded host does not support ...

Hi, I am currently working on a embedded host for USB thumb drives using PIC32 starter kit. Unfortunately, the embedded host does not support USB hubs. I am planning to transfer files between multiple thumb drives. Can anyone help me or give suggestions. Thank you in advance. God Bless. dz --------------------------------------- This message was sent using the comp.arch.embedd...


QVGA touchscreen UI design tools?

Started by Spehro Pefhany in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies

What tool options would the cognoscenti suggest for a UI design incorporating a QVGA touchscreen? Needs to have buttons, dynamic and static...

What tool options would the cognoscenti suggest for a UI design incorporating a QVGA touchscreen? Needs to have buttons, dynamic and static content etc., probably not animation or video. Probably ARM based, but could be PIC32 or something else. Thanks for any suggestions.


New Microchip PIC32 Microcontrollers have Lots of Everything (2 CAN 2.0b, Ethernet, lots more)

Started by Bill Giovino in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 2 replies

http://www.microcontroller.com/news/microchip_pic32_mx5_mx6_mx7.asp New Microchip PIC32 Microcontrollers have two CAN 2.0b interfaces and a...

http://www.microcontroller.com/news/microchip_pic32_mx5_mx6_mx7.asp New Microchip PIC32 Microcontrollers have two CAN 2.0b interfaces and a 10/100 Ethernet interface on the same chip. Article includes a competitive benchmark and a useful block diagram. - Bill Giovino Executive Editor http://Microcontroller.com


linux toosl for PIC32MX development

Started by Randy Yates in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 5 replies

Hi, I'm going to be doing some PIC32 development and I'd love to do it under linux if I'm able. We have a PIC32MX and the Microchip ICD2...

Hi, I'm going to be doing some PIC32 development and I'd love to do it under linux if I'm able. We have a PIC32MX and the Microchip ICD2 "hockey puck" JTAG. I don't care so much about an IDE - I'd rather build my stuff using emacs/gnumake. But what I need are: 1. A cross-compiler/assembler/linker that runs under linux 2. The debugger. Keep in mind we also have the MPLAB software ...


PWM LED Array

Started by Gene in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 22 replies

Hi all, Mostly a beginner here looking for some advice. I'm trying to create an array comprised of 63 vanilla (T1) single color LEDs connected...

Hi all, Mostly a beginner here looking for some advice. I'm trying to create an array comprised of 63 vanilla (T1) single color LEDs connected in one manner or another to a PIC32. Some of the considerations that I'm facing are that: 1. I'd like to avoid resistor arrays if possible. 2. It should be PWM dimmable. 3. It should consume as little power as possible, as it will likely share a 500...


PIC32 to Arduino Shield.

Started by Don McKenzie in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 8 replies

Interested in interfacing the PIC32MX695F512H-80I/PT to the Arduino shield. Can someone point me at some existing...

Interested in interfacing the PIC32MX695F512H-80I/PT to the Arduino shield. Can someone point me at some existing schematics? Thanks, Cheers Don... -- Don McKenzie Dontronics Blog: http://www.GodzillaSeaMonkey.com Dontronics Site Map: http://www.dontronics.com/sitemap E-Mail Contact Page: http://www.dontronics.com/email Web Camera Page: http://www.dontronics.com/web...


Bluetooth PIC32 Win7 ??

Started by rnunes in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 2 replies

I'm trying to develop a bluetooth interface between my PIC32 board and my computer. I'm new to embedded bluetooth so I'm having some trouble...

I'm trying to develop a bluetooth interface between my PIC32 board and my computer. I'm new to embedded bluetooth so I'm having some trouble finding good transceivers. I've found one that follows SSP (Serial Port Profile), and I like it very much, but I'm not sure if it's compatible with the PC bluetooth. Could you help me giving me some information about the most common bluetooth profiles...


Running TRS-80 code on the Maximite Computer

Started by Don McKenzie in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

TRS-80 Model I, level II on a PIC32? see: http://kenseglerdesigns.com/cms/sites/default/files/trs-80.jpg for the...

TRS-80 Model I, level II on a PIC32? see: http://kenseglerdesigns.com/cms/sites/default/files/trs-80.jpg for the thread: http://www.thebackshed.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=3937&PN=1 Cheers Don... New MMBasic Computer http://www.TheMaximiteComputer.com =============================== -- Don McKenzie Dontronics Site Map: http://www.dontronics.com/sitemap E-Mail Co...


Cortex-M3 vs PIC32 divide instruction

Started by Jon Kirwan in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 40 replies

I've finally been considering a project to use either a Cortex-M3 or a PIC32 processor and I've a technical question unrelated to any "business...

I've finally been considering a project to use either a Cortex-M3 or a PIC32 processor and I've a technical question unrelated to any "business issues" between these options -- the divide instruction operation. Both of these cores include one but I'm interested in any remarkable technical details between them, including cycle counts but not limited to that (load-store time is fair game.) ...


Microchip Pic32 exception: ???

Started by Claude in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 10 replies

Hi. I'm trying to understand the Pic32 (a decade of familiarity with Pic16 and Pic18). I got myself an Ethernet Starter Kit. The demos run,...

Hi. I'm trying to understand the Pic32 (a decade of familiarity with Pic16 and Pic18). I got myself an Ethernet Starter Kit. The demos run, and I have been able to edit them. So I tried to get two stacks working together. I then proceeded merging the TCPIP demo and the USB MSD demo. The latter just looks for a pendrive and when it sees it a simple text file gets written. The TCPIP integ...


DuinoMite, the Maximite compatible is now available.

Started by Don McKenzie in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

About a month ago, I gave a very good rundown on a new PIC32 based Micro-controller-Computer system that was about to be released. These...

About a month ago, I gave a very good rundown on a new PIC32 based Micro-controller-Computer system that was about to be released. These boards arrived yesterday, and prices start at around $33. Just add a PS2 keyboard, and a VGA monitor, and you have your Micro-controller-Computer system. This is an open source hardware & software project. Olimex-DuinoMite: http://www.dontronics-shop...