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Version: ** Background: In the case of debugging a CM4 application from an .elf file that contains images for both CM0+ and CM4 cores, Ozone by defau... Show More
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Version: ** The letters U, SV, E, and SE represent the access mode of the register as follows: Letters Description U Access permitted i... Show More
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Version: ** The XENSIV_PAS_CO2_Power_calculator helps you quickly estimate the power consumption and arrive at the power budget when developing a pro... Show More
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Version: ** 1. General Idea The “XENSIV™ PAS CO2 sensor – Battery-Powered Demo Board” is a fully functional board that demonstrates the potential of ... Show More
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Version: ** S71KS512SC0 is a dual-die device including an HYPERFLASH™ die and an HYPERRAM™ die in the package. The RWW (Read While Write) functionali... Show More
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Version: ** You can use the following API functions and structure for the CAPSENSE™ component in PSoC™ Creator to enable/disable widgets. See the CAP... Show More
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Version: ** Both General Timer Module (GTM) and Compare Capture Unit 6 (CCU6x) can generate PWM. TOM (Timer Output Module) and ATOM (ARU-connected T... Show More
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Version: ** PSoC™ 3 and PSoC™ 5LP MCU devices have USBIO pins even if they do not support the USB functionality. For example, CY8C3666LTI-027 support... Show More
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Version: ** S71KS512SC0 is a dual-die device including an HYPERFLASH™ die and an HYPERRAM™ die in the package. The RWW (Read While Write) functionali... Show More
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If you have followed the steps in the “Secure Boot” SDK user guide during development, you have probably been creating your own provisioning packets ... Show More