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Version: ** Question: Is there a command line tool to configure USB-Serial devices in Windows OS? Answer: Yes, the USB-Serial command line configurat... Show More
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Version: ** Question: What are the different control signals from CCG3PA to the buck boost chip in CY4532 EVK? Answer: CCG3PA supports the following ... Show More
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Version: ** Question: What is the workaround if we try to override a GPIO that is already overridden? Answer: In an FX3 device, if we try to override... Show More
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Version: ** Question: How do I evaluate the impact of PLL jitter on CAN precision when PLL clock is used for a CAN peripheral? Answer: Use the follow... Show More
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Version: ** Question: How do I clear the watchdog timer (WDT) in Sleep mode for TRAVEOä II family MCU? Answer: The WDT cannot be cleared in Sleep or ... Show More
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Version: ** Question:What is the thermal resistance for TRAVEOä II CYT2B series? Answer: The thermal parameters (ƟJa, ƟJB, ƟJc) used to characterize ... Show More
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Version: ** Question: What is the procedure for performing USB 3.1 transmitter and receiver compliance tests for an FX3 device? Answer: The procedure... Show More
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Version: ** Question: What are the differences in the TCPWM block of the CY8C62x4 devices compared to other PSoC 6 MCU devices? Answer:Note: This art... Show More
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Version: ** The IMO is PSoC 4’s main clock source, which clocks the peripherals and the CPU. However, it is also possible to use an external clock (E... Show More
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Version: ** Channel Availability Check (CAC) [1] The CAC test applies to devices that are capable of detecting radar signals. In this test, the radio... Show More