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'[PIC]Microchip USB stack V2.5 released.'
Alan B. Pearce
>Not sure this releases is related to a potential virus issue
>in older releases.
Yes, that was strange, didn't get any of those reports myself, only saw the
messages on the microchip forum.
>As usually, the best practice is take the most recent one.
Yes, and it also gives a dose of clues to an as yet unannounced chip, the
PIC24FJ64GB004 family (looks like there are 4 devices in the family
seems to be a 48 pin chip, judging by the photos of the PIM module.
and from the linker file one can glean: -
5 Input Capture
5 Output Compare
a reduced number of RPI pins
a number of RPO pins - it looks like the RP pins that can be input or output
are dropped for uni-directional ones
haven't checked on I2C, although it retains an RTC, and has a 4th config
word that seems to set up the secondary oscillator and RTC, rather than
using the OSCCON register.
This lot just from a quick shifty through the help files and linker file.
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