DigBuf(input2) or DigInv module can use for this purpose.
It can select SysClk*2, VC1,2,3 and CPU_32K for the input.
Well, Please post a question properly, If you are a Cypress Employee.
In PSoC5 (not in PSoC4) you may define a clock at your need and route it to any pin. The clock settings allow you to select an existing source which includes IMO and ILO.
He said PSoC1??
Post proper forum of device
Would be simple title
Would be politely question
That make sense.
Oh, I'm misreading of this complex title.
If except PSoC1, that can select as clock source.
Let me put it this way.
What is the maximum frequency which i can output on a PSoC 5 LP GPIO ?
I have worked on PSoC 1 Devices, There are dedicted GPIO in PSoC 1 to output IMO(Sysclk) and ILO (32 KHz).
Are there any pins like this in PSoC 5 LP or i can use any pin to output ?
I know i can define a clock at my need and route it to a GPIO.
What is the maximum frequency a GPIO can output ?
In PSoC 1, The maximum i can go is 12 MHz to get undistorted waveform.
Are there any limit like this in PSoC 5 LP ?
Are there specific GPIO's which can handle higher frequencies than other GPIO ?
I am not sure how i ended up posting in PSoC 5 device programming :(
Sorry for the inconvenience. I wanted it to be posted on PSoC 5 architecture.
You are quite right here, your question gets answered.
Have a look into the TRM of the PSoC5 LP family, here an excerpt:
thanks for the pointer.
I will have a look at the TRM.
You are always welcome!