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AN74170 - PSoC® 1 Analog Structure and Configuration with PSoC Designer™

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Jun 26, 2020
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AN74170 explains the analog structure of standard PSoC® 1 devices and how the global analog parameters affect many of the analog user modules.

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Introduction

When designing with the PSoC 1 family of microcontrollers, you use PSoC Designer and its high-level interface to configure the PSoC, including the analog architecture. In addition to placing and configuring the individual user modules (building blocks), several global analog parameters also require configuration. Understanding these global parameters and the overall analog architecture is important, especially when a design consists of several analog user modules that are affected by these settings.

In the following videos, Dave implements Analog to Digital converters in a project and shows the tools he'll be using for designing robust analog-output sensor signal paths.

 

 

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