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PSoC™ 4 Forum Discussions

Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello,    I'm using PSOC4 BLE, I want to know that how can we debug multiple programs in our PSOC board, When i feed 1 program in it & want to program... Show More
cadi_1014291
PSoC™ 4
Hi all, hope this topic fits well here.    Just start trying to learn ASM, so there is a lot of stuff i don't know yet, but i tried a function on ASM ... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello.    I have cy5670 dongle and it works fine with Cysmart. Is it possible to use the same API as Cysmart and make C++ user application to control ... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello,    I am pretty new to bluetooth and I have gone through some of the SDK on how to create custom GATT profiles     and how to use certain module... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello Folks,    I need to add a good amount of code but the BLE stack is occupying almost 69% of flash and SRAM use is nearing 98%. For SRAM, I found http://www.cypress.com/blog/psoc-creator-news-and-information/controlling-sram-usage-psoc-applications... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
I just discovered that Cypress has a Thermistor Calculator Component that I would like to use.    How do I add this to my Component Catalog so I can a... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hello,    I have a more theoretical question regarding CapSense (implemented using a PSoC4 BLE device):    My application uses CapSense generic sensor... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
Hi,    I am a newbie, working on PSoC 4 to communicate a sensor via SPI.    After reading and trying a lot of documents and example, I still cannot ma... Show More
Anonymous
PSoC™ 4
        Hi, We are trying to create a BLE Library with a customized profile. But are facing issues in including the Cypress base BLE Library. Please s... 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