I have purchased TC387QP board, when I plug this board there is default demo code is running [which I can see on TFT screen]. where I can find source file of this demo code ?
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I'm trying to automate the programming of a CY8C3445AXI-104 device using the ppcli application, the problem I have is that I cannot find the ppcli command that will write the data to the PSoC from a hex file that has been read in. The following lines of code appear to work, but I'm at a loss as to what commands are used to program and verify the Hex file.
OpenPort MiniProg3/1636BB000190 .
I assume that the commands would be "PSoC3_ProgramRowFromHex" and "PSoC3_VerifyRowFromHex", but need further information on how to use these commands.
Am I also correct in thinking that the script would be completed with the following:
hi，we have encountered the click noise issue when press power off key to power off the unit in standby mode (no audio played this time), the irs2092 circuit is same as application note description. from the application note we know this chip have the click noise elimination function when power off, please advice why still occur the pop noise from speaker output of Tweeter, thanks.
Hello all, I am working on FX3 while interfacing a camera sensor with it. I need to debug and as mentioned that there are some ways to do so using segger debugger. I want to connect it on board. What pins I need to use to connect the segger JTAG (2*10 pins connector).
Dear Sirs and Madams,
We started using Modus Tool Box (MTB).
I would like to use XMC1100, however I can't find the BSP of "KIT_XMC_2GO_XMC1100_V1"
I found a similar question in this community.
From the answer to that question, I understand that I need to create a custom BSP from "xxxx-GENERIC".
Therefore, I created a new project from "XMC-GENERIC".
I have created a project for XMC1400-Q064x0200, However, the change to the XMC1100 implemented in the demo kit cannot be done well.
I've also confirm for MTB user manual, but don't have any documentation with more details on device changes?
Or are there any plans to release the BSP of "KIT_XMC_2GO_XMC1100_V1"?
KIT_XMC_2GO_XMC1100_V1 demo kit URL
Environment and SDK information:
WICED version: 6.4
Wi-Fi Module: Murata Type1GC
Wi-Fi connection(to wireless LAN AP) is lost immediately after 11 hours past with WPA3-SAE.
We think it was caused due to Wi-Fi module is down. It's not disconnected by wireless AP.
And we have already tried other wireless LAN AP from several vendors, and we confirmed that the same issue was reproduced in every case.
However, if we choose WPA2-PSK, the issue doesn't happen. Wi-Fi connection is still alive after 11 hours past.
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I am using the FX3 Superspeed explorer kit and I want to use it with a camera module. I need to reset the image sensor and for that purpose i want use the GPIO 33. But i am not able to select pins over 27 with the GPIF designer. I am not able to remove the default reset pin from gpif designer because the state machine uses it. Can i somehow overcome this problem?Show Less
The kit_a2g_tc332_5v_trb evaluation kit is available with us. To try out some example code I checked the git-hub location for sample code, however did not find any example code for TC332/ TC322 controllers.
Also due to some security issues I am not able to install AURIX studio at the workplace,
Could you please suggest an alternative on how the sample codes can be built and flashed on the evaluation kit, without using AURIX studio.
Are there any alternate ways for-eg.
Build/ develop the code with eclipse and some compiler and debug using Lauterbach ?
I am writing a test code for sharing memory between CoreM0+ and M4 using the linker file.
I declared a bunch of 1-byte and 4-bytes variables in a "shared_v.h" file as follows:
and configured the linker files as follows:
I use UART ISR with CoreM4 to print the values and addresses of the variables Payload1 (which is an array of uint8_t) and Payload2 (which is an array of uint32_t). I use another ISR (GPIO ISR) to print the the contents of Payload1 and Payload2 through CoreM0.
With CoreM4, Payload1 and Payload2 are printed as expected.
With CoreM0, Payload1 and other uint8_t variables print as expected. However, any attempt by CoreM0 to access or print Payload2 causes CoreM0 to freeze, but CoreM4 is still responsive.
I then modified Payload2 to uint8_t instead of uint32_t, and it was printed with CoreM0.
-> Same response occurs with another uint32_t variable declared as "uint32_t Tx_packet_counter".
I was using sprintf() and then replaced it with the PDL UART_Put(), and observed the same behaviour.
Any clue what I could be doing wrong ?
Does CoreM0+ treat the uint32_t variables differently than CoreM4 ?
I attached the code for reference.
thanks a lot