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PSOC

What is a Cypress PSOC
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Re: PSOC

The Cypress PSOC stands for Programmable System On a Chip. However, it's much more. It's one of the only programmable mixed signal devices. Not only does it have an internal microcontroller, but it has extensive programmable analog elements.
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Re: PSOC - where's the example?

Junegirl,

 

I followed the instructions that came with the Spartan 3A kit, stating to download PSoC 5.0 from the Cypress website, and then open PSoC and the example. Could you please tell me where to find the example?

 

 

Greg Taylor, P.E.

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Re: PSOC - where's the example?

Hi Greg,

 

Here is where you can download it:

 

http://www.cypress.com/?rID=34517

 

John

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Re: PSOC - where's the example?

The Cypress PSoC 1 (Programmable System-on-Chip) integrates a microcontroller with programmable analog and digital peripherals. Use the AN75320 application note to get started on the capabilities of PSoC 1 devices and the PSoC Designer development environment used to configure and program those devices.

[http://www.cypress.com/?rID=58639]

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Re: PSOC - where's the example?

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@Anshul wrote:

The Cypress PSoC 1 (Programmable System-on-Chip) integrates a microcontroller with programmable analog and digital peripherals. ShowBox Mobdro TutuApp Use the AN75320 application note to get started on the capabilities of PSoC 1 devices and the PSoC Designer development environment used to configure and program those devices.

[http://www.cypress.com/?rID=58639]


It's one of the main programmable blended flag gadgets. In addition to the fact that it has an inside microcontroller, it has broad programmable simple components.