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AN205510 - F2MC-8FX Family, CY95200 Series, Keyboard Development using Matrix | Cypress Semiconductor

AN205510 - F2MC-8FX Family, CY95200 Series, Keyboard Development using Matrix

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Jul 05, 2018
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There are three methods to design a keyboard function using the CY95200 series MCU: external interrupt, AD and matrix. This document describes how to use the matrix method to develop a keyboard function and illustrates the method with an example.

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