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So England didn't win the World Cup. Again. They said it was coming home, but it stayed away. Again. Damn you Jules Rimet! Luckily, on the PSoC front, things are looking really good, which is a nice distraction. I'm excited to tell you that PSoC Creator now supports the ...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 14 Jul 2018 by yfs
Summertime is in full swing at Cypress, and we are enjoying the longer days and warmer nights. If you’re headed to the pool, beach or just lounging around this summer, then we recommend grabbing a good book to pass the time. So, skip the Netflix binge and add one of our executive team’s favorite books to your summer reading list....
Posted to Corporate on 13 Jul 2018 by sstr
After a very thorough round of testing on that SysPm problem we have now released the updated PDL - version 3.0.3. It is now safe for the CM4 core to write to flash while the CM0+ core wakes from deepsleep. Just as a reminder, these were the affected functions. Flash driver StartWrite() StartProgram() StartErase() SysClk...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 30 Jun 2018 by yfs
*/ Cutting-Edge Wearable Design with PSoC® 6 At Cypress, we are all about solving our customers’ problems with our state-of-the-art solutions. The Problem Solver series recognizes unique projects and products created by engineers, designers and makers who are advancing our industry with their disruptive technology....
Posted to Corporate on 25 Jun 2018 by Samer Bahou
[re-printed from iotexpert.com] My friend Darrin Vallis - renowned semiconductor maven and part time wookie-hunter (don't ask!!) - guest-blogs on Alan's iotexpert site about assembler programming on PSoC devices. Cypress introduced it’s...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 21 Jun 2018 by yfs
[re-printed from iotexpert.com] In a previous article, I gnashed my teeth about my implementation of the FreeRTOS FAT SL.  Specifically, I wasn’t very happy about my command line interface.  What I did was cheap and easy,...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 30 May 2018 by yfs
We just discovered a problem in the SysPm driver that can cause the device to hang. It does not happen every time, only when the CM4 core is writing to flash and the CM0+ core wakes from deepsleep. The affected functions are as follows. Flash driver StartWrite() StartProgram() StartErase() SysClk driver...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 24 May 2018 by yfs
In PDL Examples - SysPM Deepsleep Callbacks I wrote about using the PDL default callback function to make sure my UART could finish sending characters before the device went into deepsleep mode. In that blog I glossed over the conditions...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 23 May 2018 by yfs
*/ We recently invited our HQ Family to bring their future Problem Solvers to our offices in San Jose, California, to celebrate Take Your Kids to Work Day! The day was full of creative activities, a scavenger hunt, volunteering and scoops and scoops of ice cream. The kids spent their morning watching, helping and learning more about their...
Posted to Corporate on 17 May 2018 by sstr
In addition to the usual peripheral drivers, like PWMs and pins, which I have covered in previous articles, the PDL has platform drivers...
Posted to Technical on 12 May 2018 by yfs

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