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I am trying to use the 9-bit address mode with hardware address detection on a CY8C4245 and although it it one of the biggest PSoC 4 devices the design is not fitting (Resource limit: Maximum number of UDB Unique Pterms exceeded (max=64, needed=74)
Is there a way to get this functionallity in a PSoc 4 device? If not, why is it selectable in PSoC Designer? It's frustrating when advertised functions are not working in the real world...