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PSoC™ 6

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Akash-USC
PSoC™ 6
Hi All,   Can someone give me an estimate of the power consumption of the chipset in the following modes. 1. Deep Sleep 2. ADC Data Input 3. Data Proc... Show More
Akash-USC
PSoC™ 6
Hi All,   Could any of you help me in setting the sampling frequency of the PSOC6 chipset ADC to 2KHz? The minimum clock frequency the ADC can take in... Show More
micro-atama
PSoC™ 6
Hello, when I add svd file to see the peripheral register,every port (port0 to port14) has the same address. ※modus version is 2.2 But in another vers... Show More
YSJE_3566666
PSoC™ 6
Hello,I'm testing UART(P5.0, P5.1) on CY8CKIT-062-WIFI-BT. When I execute soft reset through NVIC_SystemReset(), UART Tx(P5.1) goes low for a while.Fo... Show More
Demi1
PSoC™ 6
Hello, I am a novice, just contacted Modus ToolBox software, using the kit is CY8CKIT-062S2-43012; now I want to create a new project to practice, but... Show More
GuGa_1322886
PSoC™ 6
HI, I'm trying to  configure the USB block in PSOC6 to operate correctly via DMA. The pieces of information are there, but I find obscure how to put t... Show More
jayesh_joshi
PSoC™ 6
In my CY8CKIT-062S2-43012 board I looking for expanding RAM for operations of mallocs functions. I have come across one example (QSPI_F-RAM_Access) wh... Show More
Tim_Shih
PSoC™ 6
Dear Receiver,  I followed the following guidence to create a "customer BSP". ModusToolbox 2.2 and later: Make a Custom BSP - KB... - Infineon Developer Community... Show More
GrCa_1363456
PSoC™ 6
What are the minimum requirements that an MCU must have to support the SDIO interface of a hosted WiFi/BLE module? For example, how can I tell if a CY... Show More
lussmar
PSoC™ 6
Hello! Im currently trying to read a JSON file in my psoc project for the cyproto-063-BLE but i cannot get it to work.  I have a JSON file that im try... Show More
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PSoC™ 6

PSoC™ 6

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