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30/03 a 03/04/2015 – Mini Curso Getting Hands-On with Cypress’ PSoC
- March 30 – Day 1: The World of PSoC
The Programmable System-on-Chip is a user-friendly rapid development platform used by engineers (and educators and Makers) to design products for the consumer and industrial markets. An overview of the PSoC’s architecture will be explained, along with a presentation of the examples illustrating the use of this Programmable System-on-Chip component.
- March 31 – Day 2: Getting Started with PSoC
This session will include a discussion on how to start using PSoC for electronics project prototyping. Definitions of key terms used in the development of PSoC projects will be explained along with the differences between the PSoC Designer and PSoC Creator development tools. In this class, we will look at a hands-on project of controlling a LED with PWM (pulse-width modulation) using a PSoC.
- April 1 – Day 3: PSoC and Physical Computing
The PSoC is capable of being used in a multitude of applications and products. One design technique that allows PSoC to be interactive within its environment is known as physical computing. Definitions of physical computing and examples will be examined in this session. We will also show you how to build a touch interface using Cypress Semiconductor’s CapSense technology.
- April 2 – Day 4: PSoC BLE Part 1
The ability to improve process and product performance using wireless techniques is a driving force of product innovation today. Cypress Semiconductor’s PSCoC BLE — for Bluetooth Low Energy — is a development platform that provides such innovation for engineers working in the consumer and industrial markets. In this session, PSoC BLE will be introduced via the PSoC BLE Pioneer Kit. The highlight of this session will be a PSoC BLE CapSense proximity sensor project.
- April 3 – Day 5: PSoC BLE Part 2
This final session is a continuation of the PSoC BLE CapSense proximity sensor project. In this last class, you will walk away with the knowledge of how to connect the integrated circuit with the CySmart PC tool using the CapSense proximity sensor discussed in the Day 4 class. Lastly, the Make PSoC BLE challenge will be presented, as well.
- Meeting 90-nm to 10-nm Process Technologies’ Physical IP Design Requirements for Wearable Devices and Application Processors
- Building and Enforcing Mobile Application Security Policy in a BYOD World
- Achieving maximum velocity in Embedded Development (Part 1: Continuous Integration)
- Learn and leverage machine vision software
- Power Efficient Wireless Platforms for IoT and Industrial Applications
- Choosing the Optimal Multiprotocol PHY IP for Your SoC
- A Flash Crash Course on Flash-Based Architectures
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