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PSOC5 FTK & on-board SWD Functionality

Summary: 2 Replies, Latest post by Rampage Robotics on 05 Mar 2012 12:19 AM PST
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user_68952517's picture
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In working with the FTK, I would like to duplicate the onboard JTAG functionality provided by the CY7C68013A microcontroller. 

Why are both SW0IO and SW0CK provided by USBIO (P15_6, P15_7) and PORT1 (P1_0, P1_1) attached to this microcontroller? Which of these two are being used for programming the PSOC5? Could someone with familiarity with the schematic for the FTK and PSOC5 line elaborate this a little further?

Thank you.

vvsk's picture
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I just talked to the kit developer about this. Only the Port 1 SWD pins are used for programming in the FTK. The Port 15 pins are present but are not used currently in the kit.

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 Thank you very much!

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