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User22357
PSoC™ 6
I have cy8cproto-063-ble, is it possible to connect it to LCD (HD44780 )? I use PSOC Creator 4.4 and in the display section I did not find the... Show More
NaMo_1534561
PSoC™ 6
Hello, I'm investigating ECC support for internal Flash / SRAM in the PSoC64 family. I found the below link.https://community.infineon.com/t5/PSoC-6/Does-PSoC6-support-Error-Correcting-Code-for-memory/m-p/216379#M8011... Show More
psoc_student
PSoC™ 6
Hello, I have a question about the problem that occurred while creating the file 'bin' in 'Keil'.   ; Cortex-M4 application flash area LR_IROM1 FLASH_... Show More
stratuscent_mtl
PSoC™ 6
Hi, We are trying to port the existing firmware in PSOC Creator to ModusToolbox to make it available for the new chips. However, the biggest challenge... Show More
YuMa_1534086
PSoC™ 6
Hi.   Could you please let us know Infineon recommended free viewer to open gerber file(.art, .drl and .ipc file)?   Best Regards. Yutaka Matsubara Show More
stratuscent_mtl
PSoC™ 6
Hello,   I'm trying to create an application to test the UART communication for my own hardware device (CY8C6247BZI-D54). I used the UART-Transmit and... Show More
SimonCanada
PSoC™ 6
I am using a PSoC BLE Pioneer board (PSoC 63) with PSoC Creator 4.4 and using the built in GNU C Compiler. I am currently getting the RTC working and ... Show More
yoya_4785701
PSoC™ 6
My program has exceeded the flash capacity of the chip. How can I optimize the library. How can I remove some unnecessary things, such as CapSense? I ... Show More
NiBu_4687336
PSoC™ 6
Hi. I'm trying to use the HAL System Power Management library to put the CM4 to sleep. So far, I've had no luck, and as I have found too many times, t... Show More
paddyliu
PSoC™ 6
Hi Sir, CY8C62X5 P14.0&P14.1 Whether to use  them as  general Input/output pin function? Thanks.   Show More
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PSoC™ 6

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