Welcome in the forum, Soumya!
There is something simple, a shift register which you might use for serial in when we are not talking about the usual serial interfaces as UART, I2C or SPI. A parallel out is one single write to a port of your choice, that's it.
Since your request is a little bit uncommon and you seemingly are a beginner with PSoC4 some questions:
Have you already got any Development or prototyping kit? Which one??
What do you want to perform with serial in, parallel out? Frequencies?? Connected devices??? Links to datasheet????
You can also consider doing a simple verilog serial in / parallel out shift
register or use simple components like D FFs and basic logic to create the
Look at the 101 series of videos http://www.cypress.com/search/all/101?f=meta_type%3Avideos
Thank you Bob!..:-)
Yes I just started working with the CY8CKIT-049 4xxx Prototyping Kit. I am trying to read serial data through a GPIO and store it into a register. Something custom, not RS232 etc... I did find a verilog implementation of the SIPO, but it didn't have API's for me to go any further into testing it...
Yes, I have currently implemented one with DFF. Thank you for the verilog file, will test it out..:-)
thank you for Shiftin implementation, I didn't know it that simple. As a note the ShiftIn_v1_0.cysym file does not open in Creator 3.2.
Oh, did I? I didn't remember... Getting old...