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PSoC™ 6 Forum Discussions

shiyouxue
PSoC™ 6
Dear forum: I develop a product with psoc6 (CY8C6137BZI - F14). I set the power to LDO 1.1v, but when I set pSoc to deep sleep,  I checked the VBUCK1 ... Show More
shepdog87
PSoC™ 6
Device: CY8C6136BZI-F34 IDE: PSoC Creator Design Goal: Read the current status of a GPIO output pin that is controlled from a PWM block. Design Approa... Show More
qufi
PSoC™ 6
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Hi all,I have a project that use modus toolbox to compile and I need to replace everything using cmake so that there is a clean/fast build flow that d... Show More
shepdog87
PSoC™ 6
Device: CY8C6136BZI-F34 IDE: PSoC Creator Design Goal: Measure the frequency of a signal between 10 Hz - 4,000 Hz using a timer and a DMA component. D... Show More
qufi
PSoC™ 6
Hi, I want to move the mtb_shared folder inside my project dir rather than its current external location, how can I do that ? Do I need to specify the... Show More
KhoaNguyen
PSoC™ 6
Xin chào cộng đồng, tôi có một dự án đọc cảm biến BME280 + ML8511 trên PSoC 6 BLE Gửi dữ liệu được đọc bởi cảm biến qua BLEhiển thị trên MIT APP Nhà p... Show More
YongseokJeon
PSoC™ 6
Hi,I'm testing Basic_Device_Firmware_Upgrade example on CY8CKIT-062-WIFI-BT.Is there a way to make it support both USB_CDC and UART? Thanks and Regard... Show More
GrCa_1363456
PSoC™ 6
What examples demonstrate dynamic switching between Command Mode and XIP mode to write to external Flash that is also used to store code? From Section... Show More
Komugiz_King
PSoC™ 6
  Hello everyone, I'd like to discuss a modification I'm currently working on for the CY8C6347BZI-BLD53 board, using the example code CE220924. This ... Show More
WolfgangCS
PSoC™ 6

Hello,
How can I implement a Shift Register in the top design of PSoC Creator for a PSOC 6? The target device is the CY8C6347BZI-BLD43

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PSoC™ 6

PSoC™ 6

Discussion forum regarding PSoC™ 6 - 32-bit Arm Microcontroller (MCU) Forum, discusses the 40-nm technology - best combination of ultra-low-power consumption, flexibility, security and high-performance topics.