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PSoC™ 6 Forum Discussions

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vivekatamantya
PSoC™ 6
Hello community member,I have been working with PSoC 6 MCU EVK kit, which is a 062S4 pioneer kit. I am working to get this kit running as the SPI mast... Show More
anikseng
PSoC™ 6
Hello, I have a program which is continuously sampling data until 240 bytes of data and then print the data and then the cycle continues. The board ne... Show More
bahlemeyer
PSoC™ 6
How do I use a Pemicro Multilink Universal debug module in ModusToolbox3?  I have the GDB Pemicro server installed on my computer because I use it wit... Show More
mark_ennamorato
PSoC™ 6
Hi, I am trying to use MTB wifi example projects on my hardware that uses an MCU that does not have crypto hardware like the devkit MCU has (devkit is... Show More
Az-eddine
PSoC™ 6
Hi, i'm in trouble with a device that does not load the new application because it fails this function (Cy_DFU_ValidateMetadata(..)). Trying with anot... Show More
a_a_86
PSoC™ 6
Hi All, I have been working on a project using a PSOC CY8C6247 with 2 ADC traced to Port7 pin6 and 7. We have used all the dedicated ADCs on port10 fo... Show More
DevaunG
PSoC™ 6
I have been unable to determine how to blow the efuses on a CY8C6144LQI-S4F92. I have tried Psoc Programmer, Cypress Programmer, and JFlash.The CY8C61... Show More
piseek
PSoC™ 6
Hi everyone, I'm trying to develop OTA DFU for PSoC 6 MCU (CYBLE-416045-02). I thought DFU_BLE_Upgradable_Stack (app0, app1, app2) example (PSoC Creat... Show More
SimonCanada
PSoC™ 6
I have two PSoC 6 BLE devices: a PSoC 6 BLE Pioneer board which acts as the peripheral, and a PSoC 6 BLE Prototyping board which acts as the central. ... Show More
firoseshaik
PSoC™ 6
i dont have proper pin discreption , i want to mapp psoc5 to psoc6 pins so pls guide me or tell me any discreption about psoc6 pins, i want to know ab... Show More
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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.