Mbed SDK Forum Discussions
I'm working with the CY8CPROTO-062-4343W board, and I've noticed a few issues:
1.) If I snap off the thermistor/PDM portion of the board, I am no longer able to communicate with the SPI Flash. This puzzles me, since the SPI Flash is on a different section of the board and should be unaffected by the removal of the thermistor/PDM section. Here's what we get trying to mount LFS:
lfs error:494: Corrupted dir pair at 0 1 lfs error:2216: Invalid superblock at 0 1 Mounting filesystem...Fail lfs error:494: Corrupted dir pair at 0 1 lfs error:2216: Invalid superblock at 0 1 No filesystem found, formatting... Fail
I have a second CY8CPROTO-062-4343W with the thermistor still attached, and everything works just fine. Another coworker is able to replicate this as well. His board was working until he snapped off the thermistor portion.
2.) WiFi/BLE coexistance seems to be a little flaky. Sometimes the WiFi will fail to connect to an access point if BLE is already connected. Is this something you've seen? I know that ESP32 has a similar issue since the WiFi and BLE share a radio signal path.
Following on from the discussion in:
Debugging Mbed application for CY8CKIT-062-WIFI-BT in VSCode
The suggestion of adding:
"debugServerArgs": "-p 3333 -t cy8c6xx7",
did allow me to program the board. But, when debugging gets started after the programming, I get:
Any thoughts on this? It will trigger the exception regardless if I have a breakpoint set or not.Show Less
PSoC 6 + Wi-Fi/BT Arm Mbed Virtual Training Workshop (VTW)
IoT Design with Cypress PSoC® 6 MCUs and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth using Arm® Mbed™
With the ever-increasing complexity of IoT device design, developers need easy-to-use, market proven software solutions in addition to reliable/robust processing and wireless connectivity. Cypress, partnering with Arm and Mouser, presents a wholistic IoT development platform to serve as a launching pad for teams to bring winning IoT products to market.
We invite you to learn more and join Alan Hawse (@askiotexpert) for a hands-on, technical training on how to develop cloud-connected IoT edge nodes with the ultra-low-power, flexible, and secure PSoC 6 MCU along with world-class Cypress Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo radios.
Attendees will learn how to create projects with these best-in-class processing and wireless solutions within a complete ecosystem including Cypress’ Eclipse-based ModusToolbox™ Software Environment, a comprehensive set of tools and libraries for converged Cypress MCU, Wireless, and Sensing development, branching out to support within the industry-standard Arm Mbed OS for cloud application development.
Date: Monday December 9th, 2019
Time: 10:00 AM PST
To be able to properly follow-along, participants are highly recommended to do the following before the live event:
- Purchase a PSoC 6 WiFi-BT Prototyping Kit (CY8CPROTO-062-4343W)
- Download ModusToolbox Mbed SDK
- Create an Mbed Account to gain access to the ecosystem of Mbed OS tools including Mbed Studio, Mbed CLI, and Mbed’s Online Compiler
Register Here: PSoC 6 + Wi-Fi/BT Arm Mbed VTWShow Less