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Am trying to interface an SD Card to PSOC3.Using the PSOC Creator software.
The hardware connections are correct.
Am reproducing the same waveform pattern using the SPI Module in the software.Yet the MISO stays low...no response to any of the SPI commands...
Here is my code snippet...
SPIM_1_WriteByte(0Xff); //74 clocks
Pin_1_Write(0); ////make cs low
SPIM_1_WriteByte(0Xff); //64 clocks
SPIM_1_WriteByte(0Xff); //8x clocks
SPIM_1_WriteByte(0Xff); //8 clocks//data out must be here
Pin_1_Write(1); ////make cs high
No clue whats wrong...
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these are my first steps with Creator.
My purpose is to create a window comparator for 3 analog inputs and
-put 3 digital outputs hihg/low according to window
-display the voltages
Can i do build this with Psoc 3 kit?
Is there some example i can rely on?
We are evaluating the published system requirments for PSoC Creator and how we can make them more useful. Does anyone actually look at and use this information? If so, which specs are most useful? Does it help to have both minimum and recommended systems? How do you expect us to account for the fact that the requirements are dependent on the size and complexity of your design?
Any thoughts on this would be helpful. Thanks.Show Less
What happens is when you try and Generate/Build a current project it fails to either auto assign pins for you or fails to allow you to assign pins.
I'm not sure if this should be posted elsewhere but...
Does anyone know of any quaternion libraries or functions geared towards microcontrollers like PSOC5?
It would be nice if Creator came with some extended math libraries for robotics or other 3D applications.