Open Source RTOS Targets Microchip Technology's 16-bit dsPlC DSCs and PlC24 MCUs

September 2007
Portable Design;Sep2007, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p49
Product Review
The article evaluates two microchip including the DSPnano Version 2 for the 16-bit dsPIC Digital Signal Controller from RoweBots Research Inc. and PIC 24 microcontroller families from Microchip Technology.


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