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You could consider to use the cypress PSoC microcontroller family. There you can build a lot of digital blocks.
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If you have the right application they are pretty good. Download the Psoc Designer software from the cypress web site. Buy one of the development boards to experiment with. There are loads of complete projects and application notes on the cypress web site. There is also another useful web site - Psoc Developer I think - with application (...)
Hi, The PSoC1 core was M8C whereas PSoC3 has an 8051 core and hence the programming codes and instructions as well as registers will be different. cypress has some very good example projects in PSoC3 with ADC and I2C published in their website. You can use them as a reference and start building your project. Regards, Anitha
For an upcoming Independent Study class and for a few upcoming projects, my friend and I have been feverishly working on getting the cypress WUSB modules interfaced to PIC microcontrollers. There is virtually no documentation out there about using these other than the manual and a PSoC example. They have been used in several commercial (...)
I am designing a streaming data acquisition application with the cypress EZ-USB FX2, using CyAPI. The data is transferred from external logic via the slave FIFO interface to a quad-buffered bulk endpoint in the FX2. The PC fetches data from the FX2 using transfer prescheduling by queuing overlapped transfers (the BeginXfer-WaitXfer-FinishXfer appro
I think you can find a lot of projects in Google :!: A other good resource is the cypress web site. They have application notes for designing Keyboard-controllers with good theory.
I like cypress PSoC as best microcontroller, with inbuilt Analog & Digital Blocks, with 16K Flash and 256 bytes RAM, And in June they are coming with new controller having 32K Flash and 2K RAM. Easy to use and Free IDE as PSoC Designer and C Compiler cost only 150$ so its cheapest.