Microchip Offers Digital Signal Control Seminar Series

September 01, 2004 by Jeff Shepard

Microchip Technology Inc. (Chandler, AZ), a provider of microcontroller (MCU) and analog semiconductors, announced a series of lecture-based seminars that offer engineers a technical introduction to Microchip's dsPIC® family of 16-bit digital signal controllers (DSCs), which combine a high-performance, 16-bit MCU with a digital signal processor.

In the six-hour seminar, engineers will learn key details of the dsPIC DSC architecture, its instruction set and on-chip peripherals. Microchip's application engineers provide an overview and demonstration of the software and hardware development tools enabling the designers to fully maximize the dsPIC DSC experience.

The cost of the workshop is $67 with online registration, or $98 at the door. The price includes a dsPICDEM™ 28-pin starter demonstration board fitted with a flash-based dsPIC30F2010 device. The seminar series runs from October through December in 32 cities in North America. For more information on exact locations and dates, please visit the company's website.