[I cannot reply to https://community.cypress.com/t5/PSoC-5-3-1-MCU/We-were-unable-to-find-the-symbol-There-are-several-things-that/m-p/126258 from the old forum so I will create it again]
Often when I right-click a function name and select Go To Definition, it doesn't work. I get this error:
We were unable to find the symbol 'FunctionName. There are several things that can hinder symbol lookup:
- Make sure your project compiles without errors.
- Make sure your "Generated Source" has been generated (Build -> Generate Application).
- Make sure your .c files #include their corresponding header files.
The project compiles without errors, the Generated Source has been generated, and the .c files include the .h files which declare the function.
I don't understand why this works for some functions and not others.
I have to use Ctrl+Shift+F and search for the function definition manually.
Has anyone had this problem and figured it out?
For example, if I create a New Project, with the UART_Full_Duplex example, and build it, and then in main.c try to right-click on UART_PutString and Go To Definition, it produces this error. Is it a missing .h file or something?
Hello Infineon Support team
We are evaluating CYBT-343026-01.
Regarding RF regulatory certifications for Japan, we have referred "MIC_203-JN0721-Cert-i02.pdf" which is attached in the following thread.
To satisfy the regulation of "MIC_203-JN0721-Cert-i02.pdf", please tell us the tx power(in dBm) which we should configure in the application.
I am trying to send my data from the encoder to my cy8ckit-043 to check for any errors along with my CRC polynomial. How do I set it up in my PSoC creator. I made a CRC table in PSoc and wrote my polynomial representation too. I am still confused how to check for crc . I would like to know about the seed value and my polynomial value, what do they generate? How should I send my data stream through di pin on crc?Show Less
Dear community members,
We use the PWM component with a downstream RC circuit in our design to achieve a clean analog voltage of 0-5V. Unfortunately, voltage drops occur sporadically. A CYBLE-214015-01 32-SMT is used in the design. The problem does not occur with every module either. The pins are all loaded with 180 kilohms.
All inputs on the CYBLE are wired as recommended with the corresponding inductances.
I am grateful for any help.
I have a PSOC 4200M project that was working and debugging well. A change must have been made, because all of the sudden, I could not reach any breakpoints, even right inside the main() method. They never seem to be reached, but instead the software goes to a disassembly window instead.
I have never seen this before. I tried to turn off the disassembly window in Tools>Options, but then a window just pops up informing me that there is no source to debug, and would I want to see the disassembly window.
Please help if you have encountered this before, I am stuck.
I would rather not post my whole project if possible, if there are snippets or screenshots I would be happy to show those.
In electro-tech-online I asked about my need of making a device wich could generate a sinusoidal signal (by PWM method) with a 18F4550 Ucontroller, but it seem it is not possible. Someone named Dana suggested me to see the information about this cypress device. So, the questions are:
1. Is it possible to make a threephasic 5 KHz signal (3 120 degrees unphased signals), wich could be used by a power stage to handle about 1 ampere each branch in some kind of power transistors?
2. If the signal is analog, is it a way to isolate the control stage from the power stage?
3. Is it possible to stop or restart this signals with a Ucontroller signal? Or further, to control amplitude?
4. Do this device is sold and there are existences now on Mouser, Arrow or DigiKey?
Thank you for your time
I'm trying to learn if I can make a very slow clock without using up UDB/counters, etc. The PSoC® 3: CY8C34 Family Datasheet says:
Each clock divider consists of an 8-input multiplexer, a 16-bit
clock divider (divide by 2 and higher) that generates ~50 percent
duty cycle clocks, master clock resynchronization logic, and
deglitch logic. The outputs from each digital clock tree can be
routed into the digital system interconnect and then brought back
into the clock system as an input, allowing clock chaining of up
to 32 bits.
I can make a Clock component and it will use one divider up to 65536 to produce it, but how do I then route it back through another divider?Show Less
I used Psoc creator 4.3 for a log time with out getting such a issue. Since some days the creator freezes when trying to start debug. I updated to version 4.4 but the issue still exists. Psoc creator freezes for about 120 sec and then continue, windows give a sound. Today each debug start suffer from this delay.
WIN 10, MINIProg4, only 20GB free SSD space left.
What can I do to get rid of this pause?Show Less
I've just started trying to use a PSoC 5LP for the first time. The green LED is on and the display shows the 3.3V input but Creator can't port acquire when I try to program it. I've tried power cycling, reinstalling, restarting my computer but I haven't been able to get it to work.
Any suggestions would be welcome!Show Less
I encountered a problem while using AMUX to switch channel for 16 bit or higher resolution Delsig ADC.
I verify that in CY8CKIT-050 board and run the example project as below show, it can works as expected.
but when I change the ADC resolution to 16 bit, and input fixed voltage like half of power, the readout is abnormal of which jitter is serious, I think the Amux cause that, so I increase the delay time before start ADC to keep enough time after change channel, no matter what long I delay, the problem is still exist. I am confused about this problem.
I hope someone can help me solve this problem, thanks very much!