PSoC™ 5, 3 & 1 Forum Discussions
I am very new to embedded programming. I have the CY8CKIT -014 First Touch Starter Kit and have been working through the projects in an effort to get somewhat familiar with PSoC on-chip architecture and the Creator software. I would like to develop a frequency generator but i need help.
Can someone help me understand which components are needed to do this?
Is it possible to use the internal DMA of PSOC5 with external ADC. Because I am using external ADC of higher resolution(24 bits) with higher speed. Because I need both higher resolution and higher speed.
If possible then please provide steps for this. Thank you.
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I am using PSoC Creator 4.4 and when I try the "emFile_Example" for PsoC 5LP, it will not compile successfully. It complains about "Build error: MMC_X_HW.h: No such file or directory." This file does not exists on my computer anywhere. (Did a full search of my drive.) Does anybody know why or where I can find the file?
We're using CY8C5868LTI-LP039 controller in one of our Equipment device board. We uses PSoC Creator and MiniProg3 to debug the board. Up to now, we can successfully connect the PSoC controller, download the compiled output firmware program, enter debug mode by selecting "Debug" in "Debug" menu, and also we can add in a breakpoint and run to break at the breakpoint. So everything seems alright, but:
1. When we want to debug the program in step mode, the program always breaks into the 10ms timing interrupt(after the timer has been enabled) even we didn't add any breakpoint there. Why does this happen and how can we solve this issue?
2. When we run the program and break at one breakpoint, if we add another breakpoint and want to continue the debugging with Resume Execution(F5), the program is always break at the previously break breakpoint.
3. And we suppose that it may be caused by the watchdog reset, so we disabled watchdog by removing the watchdog enable code. But now the debug behavior is that the program break at the 1st breakpoint, and then when we Resume Execution, the program will never break into the 2nd breakpoint. Why this happens？How can we solve this issue?
4. Are there any solution to debug the firmware without any needs to modify any watchdog related code?
As my host booted with Linux, USB interface is detected. Post that need help on Linux USB commands for Get and Set GPIOs for PSOC interface? Can you please help here.
Most RRIO, on input side, have a crossover distortion in the input stage, transitioning from
NMOS to PMOS elements in the diff stage. Given we have/advertise a 20 bit DelSig I think
that needs to be added to datasheet. So one can do an accurate signal path error budget
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We are using PSOC serial part number: CY8C5868AXI-LP035 in our one of the controller. For controlling power cycle through PSOC, need help on getting & setting access GPIOs exposed. Do you have CLI tool or source for Linux/ubuntu to take care this.
Environment: Ubuntu host pc
Thanks in advance,