Designing bootloader for Microchip dsPIC33E/PIC24E micro-controller(4)

If you have read my previous post about how to extract useful data from INTE HEX32 format hex file, you are just one step away from being able to burn the firmware via bootloader…continue onyu.xueming.org

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Tips for using dsPIC33e series MCU’s remappable peripheral IO

A big improvement of dsPIC33e series micro-controller from its predecessors is the re-mappable peripheral IO. This allows great flexibility for circuit board design, but also requires slightly more efforts to use it… continue onyu.xueming.org

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Designing bootloader for Microchip dsPIC33E/PIC24E micro-controller (2)

In my last post “Designing bootloader for Microchip dsPIC33E/PIC24E micro-controller (1)“, I talked about some basics of bootloader and picked up one of the architectures as my solution, which is to place the bootloader towards the end of the on-board flash. In this post, I will go over the work flow of bootloading, hoping to give you an image of how the whole things work out… continue on yu.xueming.org

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Designing bootloader for Microchip dsPIC33E/PIC24E micro-controller (1)

When speaking about good bootloader product for Microchip’s various MCU product series, I put my two cents in “ds30 Loader” from Mikael Gustafsson. However, “ds30 Loader” is no longer available for free to support Micorchip’s latest 70MHz  dsPIC33E/PIC24E products… continue on yu.xueming.org

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