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Project #029: Supervisory Flash on PSoC 4 BLE
The PSoC 4 BLE family of devices of come in two memory variants, with 128 KB or 256 KB Flash. In addition to the Flash memory, these devices also have a small amount of Supervisory Flash (SFlash) which is not overwritten during a ty...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 29 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

Project #028: BLE Proximity Profile
In previous projects, we've talked about standard BLE Profiles, or more specifically, Adopted GATT Profiles with examples like Heart Rate Sensors, Thermometers and the Find Me project. We've also seen a few examples of custom BL...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 26 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

Project #027: BLE Power Consumption Optimization
In today s project, we will learn how to optimize a PSoC 4 BLE design for lowest power consumption. It is no secret that modern day electronics, especially products for the IoT, have increasing dependencies on battery packs. Due to t...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 25 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

Connect VREF to a pin in PSoC4
  My colleague Mike brought me an interesting problem.   In some applications it may be required to bring out PSoC s internal VREF to an external pin for example, as analog ground, or as reference to an external analog circui...
Posted to The PSoC Hacker Blog on 24 Mar 2015 by M Ganesh Raaja  
Tags: PSoC® 4

Project #026: BLE Data Logging on F-RAM
In project #025, we demonstrated how you can use Cypress F-RAM as exteral storage memory to perform Over-the-Air BLE firmware upgrades. F-RAM is ideal to store data for such mission-critical applications like firmware bootloading due to ...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 24 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

Project #025: OTA (Over-the-Air) Firmware Updates with F-RAM
In today's project, we demonstrate how you can perform Over-the-Air (OTA) firmware upgrades with PSoC 4 BLE. As the name suggests, OTA allows you to perform firmware upgrades to your end-product over a BLE wireless connection. By doi...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 20 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

High Resolution High Frequency PWM in PSoC4 BLE
    For a project that I have been working on with the PSoC4 BLE, I required a PWM source with a minimum frequency of 4.4kHz with a resolution of at least 14 bits the higher the better.  However with a conventional PWM, with...
Posted to The PSoC Hacker Blog on 19 Mar 2015 by M Ganesh Raaja  
Tags: PSoC® 4 BLE (Bluetooth Smart)

Project #024: BLE Throughput - Pushing the Limits
In today's project, we will examine the real (measured) throughput of a BLE connection using PSoC 4 BLE. BLE was designed from the ground-up as a lowpower, low data-rate radio to primarily carry sensor and status information. BLE v4....
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 19 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

Project #023: Segment LCD with BLE
In today's project, we will learn how to drive segment displays with PSoC 4 BLE, without requiring any external driver ICs. We will also control this display over a Bluetooth Low Energy wireless connection. In this example, PSoC 4 BL...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 18 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

Project #022: Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS) Profile
Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS) enables a BLE device to connect to an iOS device and access notifications generated on the iOS device. This can be used to quickly design an accessory such as a smartwatch, which can pair with an ...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 17 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra  

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