PIC32MX Core Architecture


This self-paced, online class provides a complete introduction to the hardware architecture for this MCU family and is intended for an engineer who is new to the PIC32MX microcontroller.

By the end of this class, you will have a better understanding of the MCU architecture of the PIC32MX.

Code Examples:

The hardware for this class uses the Arduino™ compatible chipKIT™ WF32 board from Digilent Inc.

This project has been verified to work with the following versions of software tools:

  • MPLAB® X IDE v3.15,
  • MPLAB® XC32 Compiler v1.40

Detailed information on hardware and software installation can be found in the "Interrupt Code Example in C using chipKIT™ WF32" page.

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Dennis Cecic
Microchip Technology Inc.

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