By Michael David Ross

A PIC32 Development Board (Devboard) was designed, built, and tested. The process began with specifying requirements for the device. From there, hardware was selected and the schematic was generated. A layout was handmade for the device following practices meant to minimize noise. This layout was sent out for manufacture and after coming back, was populated and tested. A minimal amount of code was created to test the functionality of the board, and errors in previous steps were corrected. The resulting device is a fully functional development board capable of interfacing with a standard breadboard and with all PIC32 functions accessible.

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