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PSoC™ 6 Forum Discussions

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I'm using CYC8KIT-062S4, FWIW. When I create the Dual-CPU Empty PSoC6 App, I see a file called system_psoc6.h located under bsps\TARGET_APP_CYC8KIT-06... Show More
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Hello, We are using Cy_BLE_GetRssiPeer() to find the RSSI of a connected device. It is my understanding that the RSSI reading is acquired from one of ... Show More
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I am using CE219431 which demonstrates using a PDM mic. The example sets a threshold at 128 samples in the fifo before the interrupt is supposed to be... Show More
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I already try this library ( with CY8CPROTO-062-4343W, it works with Port_2. I already succesfully use this l... Show More
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HI , for a new project I have to implement the reading of a rotary encoder on CY8CPROTO-63-BLE PSOC6.. I don't understand if this functionality with t... Show More
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Hi I am using psoc6 platform in which I use one GPIO. I configure GPIO interrupt for both edges but when I initialize GPIO interrupt triggers automati... Show More
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  Hi, I need to get 24 channels of ADC into the PSoC 63 (124 BGA).max read-frequency is say 1kHz, x 24ch, I'd be ok with slightly less too. I've built... Show More
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Hello,    I am trying to bring up a PSOC6 MCU with PN CY8C614AAZI-S2F44 on a custom PCB. To verify I can program the device correctly, I'm trying to b... Show More
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Hi all, Using New Application: if I select empty  project (or is it empty BSP?) on the first screen where I can choose the kit, then I can choose empt... Show More
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I am using the digital microphones on CY8CPROTO-062-4343W and having a problem when using the DMA to transfer data from the PDM to memory. I have the ... Show More
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