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This is an update of a previous post I made regarding PSoC Real Time Operating System (RTOS) support. I also wanted to plug Alan Hawse’s great blog on hooking things up to the internet, iotexpert.com.  He recently did a great post on FreeRTOS on PSoC 4. Here’s a table with the...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 06 Mar 2017 by MattLandrum
Cypress announced its long-range Bluetooth LE module at the Bluetooth World in March 2016. Evaluation and development boards are now available to enable you to get started with the module.   Image1.png                                     The...
Posted to PSoC Creator News and Information on 18 Oct 2016 by Utsav Ghosh
    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 a clock of 24MHz, a 14 bit PWM would give an output frequency of 1.464kHz, which was not enough for my application.  ...
Posted to The PSoC Hacker Blog on 19 Mar 2015 by graa
In today's project, we demonstrate a custom Profile to implement a UART-BLE bridge using the BLE Pioneer Kit. When Bluetooth (classic) was released, it featured a Profile called SPP (Serial Port Profile) that allowed for easy cord-cutter designs...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 13 Mar 2015 by Pushek Madaan
In project #015, we looked at how two devices go through the bonding process and secures the link. In today's example, we look at the different authentication I/O capabilities offered by the PSoC 4 BLE...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 06 Mar 2015 by Pushek Madaan
In project #14, we looked at the Whitelist feature of the Link Layer, which enables the device to accept requests from a selected list of devices. Today we'll look at the feature of Security Manager Layer to secure and encrypt...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 06 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra
In earlier projects, we had looked at different roles which a BLE device can assume at both GAP and GATT layers. Now, we shift our focus to some of the features of lower layers of the BLE stack such as the Link Layer, the L2CAP layer, the Security Layer etc. In today's example project, we demonstrate how PSoC 4 BLE...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 04 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra
I the previous project #012, we demonstrated how to design an application that can change roles between a GAP Central and Peripheral.   In today's project, we'll shift our focus to the GATT layer...
Posted to 100 projects in 100 days on 03 Mar 2015 by Gagan Luthra
I visited Romania in October and was pleased to preside over the opening of a joint embedded design lab at University of Transylvania Brasov, You can learn more here : http://ilab.unitbv.ro/club/  
Posted to C.U. Around: Cypress University Program Blog on 02 Jan 2015 by pkx

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