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microchip

(mī'krō-chip),
In veterinary medicine, a small artificial capsule injected into fascia of musculature over interscapular region in dogs and cats for identification and location purposes.
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Microchip recognized this need and developed the MiWi protocol for smaller networks that can be implemented on lower-cost PIC microcontrollers," Moorthy added.
Note: The Microchip name and logo, PIC, and dsPIC are registered trademarks of Microchip Technology Inc.
Microchip serves more than 50,000 customers in more than 65 countries, has shipped more than 470,000 development tools to date, and partners with more than 130 global third-party tool manufacturers.
Microchip produces more than 400 PIC microcontrollers (MCUs).
It's ideal for Microchip customers that have standardized on the popular PIC platform and wish to access ZigBee technology painlessly, without having to rewrite and port their application code to a new platform.
It offers Microchip customers building ZigBee products dramatic reductions in component size, cost and power consumption, while delivering twice the wireless range of competitive ZigBee radios.
Advances in semiconductors are enabling unprecedented innovation in medical devices, and Microchip is playing a vital role in enabling this trend.
In addition to a worldwide network of sales offices, regional training centers and distribution partners, Microchip has developed a comprehensive online Medical Design Center, located at www.