PSoC 6 MCU

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Ask a question

Recent discussions

Sort by:
DaBr_4777916
PSoC 6 MCU
Trying to send a GATT notification with a payload of ~256 bytes between two BLE devices at 2Mbps.  If the devices are at a distance where the initial ... Show More
johnspeth
PSoC 6 MCU
I'm hoping somebody could please explain the pros and cons of running the PSOC 6 BLE stack on CM0 instead of CM4 like all sample code I've seen demons... Show More
LODA_2997366
PSoC 6 MCU
Hi:     In one project,I found tow same named fuction in the same .c file,how the modustollbox design which funtion to be build?      Show More
callum_snowden
PSoC 6 MCU
Hi all, We have a CY8CKIT-064S0S2-4343W kit that we're trying to get up and running with the demonstration code that is generated from AWS. I'm follow... Show More
sstadler
PSoC 6 MCU
I am interested in designing a solution for measuring TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) in water and sending the data over the 12V power line to the receiv... Show More
StNu_1610991
PSoC 6 MCU
The CY8CPROTO-063-BLE board is being used with hibernate and periodic alarms to save system power.  The RTC is producing the expected alarms and the h... Show More
dlprobst
PSoC 6 MCU
Hello,  I am very new to the world of BTLE, but have a large background in electrochemistry. I am currently curious about trying to power the PSOC6 pu... Show More
SuSh_1535366
PSoC 6 MCU
Hello, I want to know the CPU current of the PSoC61 series, but the datasheet only has information about dual-core device (why?). Please tell me the C... Show More
efor
PSoC 6 MCU
Hello all, I am currently using a psoc CY8C6347BZI-BLD53 to do some very high speed SPI transfers at 25MHz and have come across some interesting behav... Show More
LODA_2997366
PSoC 6 MCU
Hi:    Why the device nane , the defined symbols field of C/C++ compiler can't change synchronously When I change the  devices from CY8C624ABZI-D44 to... Show More
Board Information
PSoC 6 MCU

PSoC 6 MCU

Discussion forum regarding PSoC® 6 - 32-bit Arm Microcontroller (MCU) Forum, discusses the 40-nm technology - best combination of ultra-low-power consumption, flexibility, security and high-performance topics.
Top liked authors
Top labels