Blockset described on this wiki is deprecated since 2012.

For Model Based Design (MBD), use the free MPLAB Device Blocks for Simulink, tool from Microchip.
Updated Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) custom projects are published at: https://lubin.kerhuel.eu.

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==Projects from others teams==
 
==Projects from others teams==
*[http://slugsuav.soe.ucsc.edu UAV Autopilot (Open Source)] developed by the [http://asl.soe.ucsc.edu/ Autonomous Systems Lab] - [http://www.ucsc.edu/ University of California Santa Cruz] (UCSD).
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*[http://slugsuav.soe.ucsc.edu UAV Autopilot (Open Source)] developed by the [http://asl.soe.ucsc.edu/ Autonomous Systems Lab] - [http://www.ucsc.edu/ University of California Santa Cruz] (UCSC).
  
 
==dsPIC blockset related articles==
 
==dsPIC blockset related articles==

Revision as of 05:26, 23 January 2009

dsPIC Blockset

basic tack (Animation)

My DiY projects using this blockset

Projects from others teams

dsPIC blockset related articles

  • Smolnikar, M.; Mohorcic, M.; "A Framework for Developing a Microchip PIC Microcontroller Based Applications", WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on ADVANCES in ENGINEERING EDUCATION (ISSN: 1790-1979) Issue 2, Volume 5, February 2008 pp 83-91
  • Viollet, S. ; Kerhuel, L. ; Franceschini, N. "A 1-gram dual sensorless speed governor for micro-air vehicles", Control and Automation, 2008 16th Mediterranean Conference on, 25-27 June 2008, pp 1270-1275


Others projects