Electronic and/or software "assignement" ?
Do you know if the connection used is SPI/I2C.
It's both electronic and software assignment..
My project details are wireless 3d accelerometer adxl345 using psoc5 .
Communication is through wixelpair
Sorry, but I'm a little bit confused. Do you have a block diagram with few lines of description to help understanding how the mentioned components (wixelpair, adxl345, psoc) interconnects ?
What you should do:
Please: what is WIXELPAIR? No google, no wikipedia???
Wireless transmit 3D accelerometer ( AXDL 345 ) information to determine the earthquake magnitude and the direction of the force
Use USB Wixel pair to transmit the data to the Host Computer and graph it in real-time
Use Python or C
This is my project assignment
Regarding the wixel - its probably this one here: https://www.pololu.com/product/1336
Looks like you should use it as serial bridge, so you can use the UART component on the UART side, and a simple serial port on the PC side.
So add the UART component to my task list above. Maybe get started by getting the wireless bridge working first, you you can use a simple serial terminal program (e.g. tera term) on the PC side to see debug output from the PSoC.
If you get that working, start working with the ADXL345. Try to set it up via SPI and read some data from it, which you then can print to the serial port.
Can u help me with that .. actually I don't know nothing about it... can u guide me from where to start
If you are completely new to PSoC, maybe you should start with looking at the Creator 101 series: http://video.cypress.com/video-library/video/PSoC-Software_PSoC-Creator-...
It will give you an overview and a first introduction. After it you should be able to do your first experiments and projects.
This forum is intebnded to help with actual and concrete problem regarding PSoC. Giving complete introductions os solving complete projects is beyond its scope (and we should not do your homework anyway...).
So please look at the introductions, install PSoC Creator and go through its tutorials and its demo projects. If you have specific questions, don't hesitate to ask, there will always be someone trying to help you.