Development kits can be broadly split into two types: kits based on a microcontroller unit (MCU) and kits based on a microprocessor unit (MPU). Similarly, a MCU/MPU can sense multiple input signals (analog or digital), process the information (based on preprogrammed logic) and provide corresponding output signals. But with the advent of open source microcontroller development kits like Arduino, it became possible to program microcontrollers through a USB interface from any computer.
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