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I'm new to Psoc so i'm starting with the latest tool, the Psoc Creator. After searching and searching the question remains: how is possible to integrate a simple IIR filter in my project using the DFB - DSP capabilities of the psoc3 (or psoc5) ?
in Psoc Creator only a FIR filter element is available by now , (and seems not suitable for filtering out the 50 hz hum from the adc output)
I know that a simple and effective filtering could be done writing a filter in C language and letting the MCU execute the task, but the MCU has something else to do, and is a perfect job for the DFB - DSP block, anyway.
So, can anybody suggest a way , and possibly were to find the relative documentation? I tougth that maybe was possible to take some DSP code and create a new library component or maybe link some external code as a library but found no hints.