New application Note: AN82250 - Introduction to PSoC PLD Design | Cypress Semiconductor
New application Note: AN82250 - Introduction to PSoC PLD Design
Do you want to use the Programmable Logic Device (PLD) capability of PSoC, and don t know where to start? Or need to create your own custom digital components in PSoC Universal Digital Blocks (UDBs)? Then look no further.
AN82250: PSoC® 3 and PSoC 5 Implementing Programmable Logic Designs An Introduction provides you with an ideal start towards digital mastery with PSoC UDBs. By introducing the PLD architecture, and then walking through an example project, AN82250 teaches you how to create Verilog components in PSoC Creator. For those interested in advanced features of PSoC PLDs and PSoC Creator, these are touched upon in the additional reading material in the appendices.
This application note is actually the second of a three-part series of application notes written to help you learn and exploit PSoC s powerful digital capabilities. This series begins with the introductory AN81623: Digital Design Best Practices, continues with the PLD-centric AN82250, and culminates with the datapath-focused AN81256: Designing PSoC Creator Components With UDB Datapaths.
After reading AN82250, you will be able to implement moderately complex PLD-based components in PSoC Creator. AN82250 also provides a good gateway to building more complex Datapath-based designs dealt with in AN82156. So what are you waiting for? Download AN82250 now!
By Antonio De Lima Fernandes