Real-Time Instrumentation on a Microcontroller

The flexible peripherals and the powerful DMA channels of Microchip Technologys PIC32 make it possible to create low-cost high-performance systems. This article details the process of building a small lab tool capable of generating analog signals and sampling inputs to display on an NTSC television as a small oscilloscope. Real-time data acquisition systems often need 8230.

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