Digilent Learn – Debouncing Circuits with chipKIT Uno32

Digilent Learn - Debouncing Circuits with chipKIT Uno32 Microcontroller
Circuit with a button and an LED – Learn how to Debounce with chipKIT Uno32

Digilent’s Learn site provides tutorials for learning various hardware and software concepts, and you can choose “projects” (tutorials) based on topic, difficulty, or your personal area of interest. They also group projects together to form modules of related content, and they group modules to form courses, which are structured like college courses.

Today we’re sharing their “Debouncing Circuits with Microcontrollers” module, providing four distinct ways to learn how to debounce circuits, with chipKIT Uno32, whether in your software sketch, by using a library, via RC filter, or with force buttons.

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Getting Started with chipKIT DP32

chipKIT DP32 Pin Diagram by Jay Weeks
chipKIT DP32 Pin Diagram

If you’ve never checked out the chipKIT DP32 board, you now have a good reason. The truth of the matter is that the DP32 is a hidden gem in the collection of chipKIT boards because of its low price and its built-in breadboard.

To explore this little gem visit the tutorial on Instructables (or click the image above), and you’ll find all you need to get started!

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chipKIT-Driven LED Matrix Displays Text Sent via Bluetooth


With this fun Instructables tutorial by jolliFactory, you can learn to use chipKIT Uno32 to drive a set of LED Matrix Displays that will display text sent over Bluetooth, for example from an app on your Android phone.

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Learn to use PWM with chipKIT

Learn PWM with chipKIT Uno32
Learn PWM with chipKIT Uno32
Whether you want to simulate analog by dimming lights or by controlling volume in your application, this Instructables.com tutorial is just for you. If you’ve never used Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM), there’s a quick and easy way to learn with chipKIT Uno32.
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