PSoC™ 5, 3 & 1 Forum Discussions
Has anyone been successful in getting the ETM trace working on the PSOC5LP devices ?
Asked Keil, their response was to ask Cypress... This is one of the best features of the ARM Cortex parts... Been advertised forever in every specification sheet by Cypress...
Really like the PSOC devices, just wish the debugging experience matched other devices.Show Less
I setup a basic PRiSM block connected to the onboard LED on the development kit. I set my target Fout to 500 Hz and I see a lot of flicker. The app note about PRiSM states that "FOUT ~= 300 Hz to have flicker free LED dimming" I can't seem to get it flicker free be 2 kHz. I have validated Fout with my oscope and it does show 500 Hz.
My setting are as follows:
Fin = 2 kHz
Pulse Density = 50%
Resolution = 8 bit
Fout = Fin / 4 @ 50% pulse density
500 Hz = 2 kHz / 4
Hi, I am developing a medicine application which includes a programmed Cypress CY8C27443-24PXi integrated circuit. I have been trying to use it on a protoboard instead of the PSoC itself for space purpose. I have found out that, after programming it and putting it on my protobard to test it, it does not work. I have put the power lines properly and checked the pin out diagram for the correct input and output ports but it seems like it does not want to work at all. I put it back to the PSoC and connect it to my protoboard with some jumpers and works just right. Is there something that needs to be considered for the IC to work out of the plataform on a protoboard or on a PCB desing?
Any help would be appreciated.
Juan Luis Gantus Bernés.
9th. Semester Student of Biomedical Engieering.Show Less
I'm writing a component using another component and was wondering what is the syntax to do that? I think I've read somewhere this is possible but I'm not entirely sure.Show Less
The entire digital cuircuit consumes around 60% of all avaliable UDP blocks and unique Pterms. When I add the control registers the number increases dramatically so that the resources available on the chip are not enough. Is there a way for me to deal with this?Show Less
I have a large chunks of memory(40k) from which i am transfering data to two small buffer(100Bytes each) using DMA. From these two small buffer i need to transfer data to another memory of size 40k. This both transfer i want to achieve through DMA.
I am using TD chaining to transfer my data to two small buffer. But, source address is not getting incremented even though i am using the TD property to increment the source and destination addresses. Both TD's are(TD & TD) getting filled by the first 100Bytes of the source data and afterwords once it comes back to the TD ,the same 100Bytes of data is again getting transfer from the source(40k). So in that case i am not able to transfer the data more than of first 100 bytes.