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Discussion forum regarding PSoC™ 6 - 32-bit Arm Microcontroller (MCU) Forum, discusses the 40-nm technology - best combination of ultra-low-power consumption, flexibility, security and high-performance topics.
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The PSoC™ 5LP, PSoC 2 and PSoC 1 Forum discusses - 24-bit Digital Filter Block (DFB), 24 UDBs, DMA controller and integrating AFE, digital logic with user interface ICs with an Arm Cortex-M3 CPU solutions.
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The Sensing Technology Forum discusses CAPSENSE™ - capacitive-sensing and MagSense inductive-sensing for consumer, industrial, automotive, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
In this forum you can post your questions, comments and feedback about the 32-bit AURIX™ TriCore™ Microcontroller. The AURIX™ offers the highest scalability in performance, memory & peripherals across application. It is a safe and secure companion chip, meeting both the ISO functional safety standards and EVITA full security standards. Here you can also find the links to the latest board pages, SW and Tools GitHub, trainings, documents and FAQs
Discussion forum regarding 32-bit TRAVEO™ T2G Microcontroller - based on ARM® for automotive body electronics applications; cutting-edge performance, safety, and security features topics.
The MOTIX™ MCU forum is designed for you to post your questions, comments and feedback about the famous Embedded Power ICs at anytime. Ask your technical questions or explore existing content!
I'm trying to read the data in real-time and rather not have someone constantly clicking export.
I would like to bind, receive the sensor data in real-time and unbind - all from my own application which is driven by a web application. Sensor Control Dashboard does not seem to provide enough flexibility to do these operations. How can I go about it? Is there an SDK or API that exposes core SCD functions?
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i am new to this forum, i'm working on cypress controller for the past 2 months.
1. In my firmware, I have set the Enpoint(6) buffer size as 512. But, in Get Transfer Size API call (for respective Endpoints - 6) is returning size as 4096.
why it is happenning ? if my endpoint size is 512 why it is returning 4096.
Transfer Size should be same as the Endpoint Buffer Size. if not, tell me for what purpose trasnfer size is using...
Please clarify the same
2. By Default, Cypress speec is high speed. Can you tell me Cypress API which will set the speed?
3.i need the reponse time for XferData Function, it is taking more than 16ms for getting data from board (in HIGH Speed) ?
Please Clarify my doubt as soon as possible.
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Can anyone confirm this concept?
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I need to write down massive from operative memory of the controller in flesh-memory. How it to make? Can give an example? I will be very grateful for the help. Show Less
Power PSoC can be used to implement different DC to DC converter topologies for example Buck, Boost, Floating Buck and Buck-Boost. The efficiency of power converter depends on many parameters like switching frequency, mode of operation (Continuous and Discontinuos), selection of external components (Inductor, Capacitor etc), Proper Layout etc.
We have mentioned minimum efficiency of 90% in Power PSoC datasheet and practically we have achieved upto 95%.
Please find the application note related to PCB guideline available on following link:
Brijesh Show Less
Is there any other possible method which any one can suggest? Show Less
In my project,i use EEPROM.I have no problem in writing and reading data from EEPROM,but while writing EEPROM the interrupts are disturbed. My project needs continuous interrupt service. How can i rectify this problem....... Show Less
I am trying an extremely simple code to test serial communication using the UART user module of the CY8C29466-24PVXI. The objective of the code is to print some characters on to HyperTerminal of Win XP. I use PSoC Designer 5.0 SP4.5.
My required baud rate is 9600.
Kindly excuse me if you find this trivial, I'm only a beginner.
#include <m8c.h> // part specific constants and macros
#include "PSoCAPI.h" // PSoC API definitions for all User Modules
char ch = 0;
uart_Start(uart_PARITY_NONE); //Start UART
if(ch > 0x7f)
The Clock to the UART is given by VC3 and the dividers are given so that VC3 is approx = 76800 [24Mhz/(3*8*13)] Show Less