CyBluetool is a GUI tool for testing and debugging Cypress Bluetooth devices. CyBluetool connects to the Bluetooth devices at HCI protocol layer and c...
CyBluetool is a GUI tool for testing and debugging Cypress Bluetooth devices. CyBluetool connects to the Bluetooth devices at HCI protocol layer and currently supports HCI UART and HCI USB transport interfaces. The tool allows user to send Bluetooth(BT) HCI commands and receive BT HCI events from the BT controller of the connected devices.
The .zip file contains a self extracting executable which includes both the program installation and the latest CyBluetool User Guide.
I want to check the functionality of Pagination in a loop, so I have used recurse function. Please find the script below and help me to troublesho...
I want to check the functionality of Pagination in a loop, so I have used recurse function. Please find the script below and help me to troubleshoot the error "The function passed to cypress-recurse did not return a chainable instance. Did you forget the "return" command?"
During install, the installer will ask for sudo permissions to install the WICED drivers; please enter the sudo password
Note: On some Linux installations, you may also need to enter the sudo password on the terminal console where the installer was executed
After installation is complete, launch the WICED Studio IDE from shortcut located in $HOME/Cypress folder
At the terminal prompt, > cd $HOME/Cypress
Run script >./uninstall
To clean up all WICED components manually, delete files and folders for the IDE and SDK, typically found in $HOME/Cypress/WICED*, $HOME/WICED/WICED-Studio-X and $HOME/Documents/WICED/WICED-Studio-X
Additional installation notes for Linux:
Note that an additional step is required when connecting a WICED development board to a computer running Linux. On common Linux distributions, the serial UART ports (usually /dev/ttySx or /dev/ttyUSBx devices) belongs to the root user and to the dialout group. Standard users are not allowed to access these devices.
An easy way to allow the current user access to the Linux machine's serial ports is by adding the user to the dialout group.
This can be done using the following command: $sudo usermod -a -G dialout $USER
Note also that for this command to take effect, the user must log out and then log back in.
If the following error is encountered during the installation process: “Installer User Interface Mode Not Supported”, you will need to run the following command in order to update Java to version 1.8: “sudo dnf install java”
If Linux OS version is older than mentioned above, you might see this issue below when compiling applications -
gnu/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.21' not found
In this case, newer version of libstdc is needed. You might need to upgrade your Linux OS or try -
Double click the zip file and extract all contents from the installer to a local folder
Note: When using the Safari Browser, it will automatically unzip the contents and create a folder
Note: the next two steps below are needed as a workaround for a known OSX 10.12 install issue called "App Translocation"
Move the contents of the folder to another folder using ‘Finder’; Do not move the files using ‘Terminal’
Be sure to move the entire folder contents including the installer app file and config.eml.
Run the command below using Terminal window: > xattr -r -d com.apple.quarantine <path>/WICED-Studio-X.X.X.X-IDE-Installer.app
See "Additional Installation Notes" below before installing
Double click the "WICED-Studio-X.X.X.X-IDE-Installer" app to execute the installer
After the installation in complete, launch the WICED Studio IDE from shortcut in the $HOME/Cypress $HOME/WICED/WICED-Studio-X folder
From Finder, navigate to User > <name> -> Applications -> Cypress and launch 'Uninstall'
To clean up all WICED components manually, delete files and folders for the IDE and SDK, typically in User -> <name> -> WICED/WICED-Studio-X and User -> <name> -> Documents -> WICED/WICED-Studio-X or from terminal $HOME/Cypress/WICED*, $HOME/WICED/WICED-Studio-X and $HOME/Documents/WICED/WICED-Studio-X
Additional Installation Notes:
Open xterm, run the "java -version" command. If it fails to return any results or states that you are running version 1.6, then you need to install the Java SE Development Kit 8, which can be found here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html. Once the Java SE Development Kit 8 is installed, run the "java -version" command again with xterm. If this command returns "1.6", then you will need to fix the symbolic link using the following commands:
Application downloads on WICED platforms may fail on certain OSX versions due to an incompatibility between the OSX version and the installed driver for the FTDI USB to serial chip. On OSX versions 10.10 and earlier, a specific version of the FTDI driver must be installed using the instructions available here: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/how-to-install-ftdi-drivers/mac
On OS X versions 10.11 and greater, the Apple version of the FTDI driver must be used, and any previous instance of the FTDI version of the driver must be removed from the system, by executing the following command in xterm:
I am performing a unit test that requires a loopback test. I am able to externally loop TX to RX. It appears that BIST can be accomplished with the lv...
I am performing a unit test that requires a loopback test. I am able to externally loop TX to RX. It appears that BIST can be accomplished with the lvttl inputs and outputs. Viewing the BSDL file JTAG has access to these lvttl I/O.
So can I perform BIST with only the JTAG control? Is there any reason that this may not be possible?