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PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions

Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello,    I am trying to monitor some sensor data detecting X and Y position input using USBUART. However, if I execute the function sending the data,... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,         Would it be possible to use the IDAC for resistance measurement, if the resistance change is in the order of milliohms, and the starting r... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    I have successfully written code to write the Device ID to row 0 of SFLASH.  Questions:    Is row0 the designated spot for the Device ID?  Just... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello!    Is it possible to turn a PSoC 4 into an HID via software?  has any user in this forum got something like this to work?    I want to emulate ... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    I have the CY8KIT-042-BLE with onboard kitProg, I am trying to debug an CYBLE-012011-00 that I wired to J11.    Communication fails almost all ... Show More
PascalS
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    I have to write an own GUI Based Bootloader software for a PSOC BLE module. To save time, I would like to adapt the new software to the already... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi folks,    I'm trying to embed some inline assembly in my project to work around areas where I can't get the compiler and optimizer to do what I wan... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Using the kit, I do a lot of printf serial debugging via COM port and Putty.  Is there a way I can do the same with the MiniProg?  The reason being th... Show More
GeEd_1216226
PSoC™ 4
Has anyone interfaced a PRoC BLE using with Invensense MPU-9250?  I am just starting a major project with limited I2C experience.  I perhaps prefer SP... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    I have successfully written code to write the Device ID to row 0 of SFLASH.  Questions:    Is row0 the designated spot for the Device ID?  Just... Show More
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PSoC™ 4

PSoC™ 4 - Arm®-based Forum, discusses the low-power Cortex®-M0 and Cortex®-M0+ cores, CapSense®, and Bluetooth® Low Energy