Getting Started with PSoC 4 BLE / PRoC BLE | Cypress Semiconductor
Getting Started with PSoC 4 BLE / PRoC BLE
We've published a few easy-to-read Application Notes, complete with instructions on how to build your first BLE designs.
AN91267 introduces you to PSoC 4 BLE, an ARM Cortex -M0 based Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) that integrates a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) radio system. This application note helps you explore the PSoC 4 BLE architecture and development tools and shows you how to create your first project using PSoC Creator , the development tool for PSoC 4 BLE. This application note also guides you to more resources to accelerate in-depth learning about PSoC 4 BLE.
AN94020 introduces you to PRoC BLE, an ARM® Cortex -M0 based programmable radio-on-chip with Bluetooth Low Energy. It explores the PRoC BLE solution and development tools and shows you how to create your first Bluetooth Low Energy project using PSoC Creator , a development tool for PRoC BLE. The application note also guides you to additional resources available to accelerate in-depth learning of PRoC BLE.
AN91445 explains antenna design in simple terms and recommends two Cypress-tested PCB antennas that can be implemented at a very low cost for use with the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) solutions that are part of Cypress s PRoC and PSoC family. The PRoC BLE and PSoC 4 BLE 2.4 GHz radio must be carefully matched to its antenna for optimum performance. It concludes by showing how to tune the antenna in the final product.