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PSoC™ Creator & Designer

Anonymous
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It was mentioned here that Cypress was working in PSoC7 

   

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1281024&page_number=1

   

and a Japanese web page indicates it would be 2014 and would be a ARM M4.

   

Anyone has any idea what it is?

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SaWa_284216
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 I was searching for any news of an ARM cortex m4 psoc. I hope they aren't crazy expensive. Would love something ina. 44 pin package around  £9 please cypress!

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SaWa_284216
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 I was searching for any news of an ARM cortex m4 psoc. I hope they aren't crazy expensive. Would love something ina. 44 pin package around  £9 please cypress!

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Anonymous
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Not much information is being released yet, hope they can release some kind of spec or feature first.

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Anonymous
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Interesting, the added DSP instructions in the cortex-M4 cores will help a lot of projects. Does device part numbers apear in psoc programmer already?

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user_300221
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The PSoC 7 mentioned at a seminar years ago. It should have M4 core, 4x more resources - memory. UDB, ... and ethernet too. Samples should be this year. Apparently development is not so easy.
Freescale years ago also alluded development KINETIS X, but today is silence.

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Anonymous
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It'd be nice to also get cross-platform support, even if only command-line for now. A standard netlist format and being able to use VHDL and synthesize and do the digital and analog P&R without the GUI would be awesome.

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