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AN90833 - PSoC® 1 Interrupts

Last Updated: 
Nov 20, 2015


Interrupts are an important part of any embedded application because they free the CPU from continuously polling the occurrence of a specific event. Instead, interrupts notify the CPU only when that event occurs. In a system-on-chip (SoC) architecture, such as PSoC® 1, interrupts are frequently used to communicate the status of on-chip peripherals to the CPU.

AN90833 introduces you to the PSoC 1 interrupt architecture and explains how interrupt service routines (ISRs) are implemented in PSoC Designer™, the integrated design environment (IDE) for PSoC 1. An example project is also provided with this application note.