Step 1: Connect Hardware

Step 1.1: PIC18F57Q43 Curiosity Nano Evaluation Board Connections


Connect PIC18F57Q43 Curiosity Nano Board and Curiosity Nano Adapter Board using 100 mil header strip.

Note: Soldering is not required. The adapter and evaluation boards have offset vias to provide press-fit to secure headers without soldering.

Step 1.2 – Connect Potentiometer to Curiosity Nano Adapter Board


Use three jumper wires to connect the potentiometer to Vdd, Vss and RA0 of MCU1 Curiosity Nano Adapter Board.

Step 1.3 – Attach a Jumper Wire from MCU1 UART TX to MCU2 UART RX


Use one jumper wire to connect MCU1 TX to MCU2 RX.

Step 1.4 - Verify Jumper Connections

Here’s how the setup should look after all connections have been made:

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