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FX3 has a complex GPIO timer. To read the current timer value, use the CyU3PGpioComplexSampleNow API. As a result, it is possible to get 0.1-µs unit timestamp with the GPIO timer properly configured.
Assume the value of SYS_CLK_PLL is 403.2 MHz, a 0.1-µs unit timestamp needs the timer running at around 10 MHz frequency
1. Configure Fast GPIO Clock at approximately 10 MHz. Fast GPIO Clock is derived from SYS_CLK_PLL/4 with divider set as 10, so the frequency of Fast GPIO Clock is 10.08 MHz. CyU3PGpioClock_t gpioClock; /* Initialize the GPIO module */ gpioClock.fastClkDiv = 10; gpioClock.slowClkDiv = 0; gpioClock.simpleDiv = CY_U3P_GPIO_SIMPLE_DIV_BY_2; gpioClock.clkSrc = CY_U3P_SYS_CLK_BY_4; CY_U3P_SYS_CLK_BY_4; gpioClock.halfDiv = 0;