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Go Bluetooth(tm) with Microchip [News]
posted September 3 2014 10:31.18 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Microchip announced the new PIC32 Bluetooth(R) Starter Kit. The full-featured kit boasts a PIC32 microcontroller (MCU), HCI-based Bluetooth radio, Cree high-output multi-color LED, 3 standard single-color LEDs, an analog 3-axis accelerometer, analog temperature sensor and 5 push buttons for user-defined inputs. Additionally, a PICkit(tm) On Board (PKOB) which eliminates the need for an external debugger/programmer, USB connectivity and GPIOs for rapid development of Bluetooth Serial Port Profile (SPP), USB and general-purpose applications. The starter kit also features a plug-in interface for an audio CODEC daughter card which is set to release at a later stage to support Bluetooth audio [...]

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