Digital Signal Processing

Microchip's 16-bit, dsPIC® Digital Signal Controllers provide designers with an easy upgrade path from 8-bit PIC® microcontrollers and a cost effective option to 32-bit MCUs. With single cycle execution, deterministic interrupt response, zero overhead looping, and fast DMA, the dsPIC family also adds a single cycle 16x16 MAC and 40-bit accumulators, ideal for math intensive applications like motor control and digital power.

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