Questions tagged [psoc]

Programmable System on Chip. This is a chip containing digital and/or analog blocks which can be configured to create a very wide range of designs. It may refer specifically to the Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC, which integrates configurable analog and digital peripheral functions, memory and a microcontroller on a single chip.

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Mixed signal PCB layout for PSoC

I am developing a PCB for an analogue sensing application. It uses the internal ADC on a PSoC3. As usual, the application is very space constrained (11mm x 21mm), so I have had to make some ...
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Am I over-complicating this data acquisition design?

I'm working on a project that involves periodically reading 16x 0~5V analog voltages from identical FSR voltage divider circuits using an ADC. Each FSR is connected to a gain/LPF stage before being ...
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Why do TQFP and TFQN have different advice regarding analog ground?

This question is in reference to How to split Analog and Digital GND planes for a TQFN device. For the PSoC3, the advice on how to separate the analog and digital ground is different depending on the ...
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What is SOC in embedded System

I am new to Embedded domain and wanted to know what exactly is SOC(system on chip) means? Is it like we different hardware component on CPU chip(like RAM on CPU chip) or on the same embedded board we ...
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Power monitoring dificulties using ACS71020 30A SPI and PSoC 5lp

I'm currently developing a board for my dissertation that should monitor voltage, current and power consumption of a given load. For that purpose i chose to use the Alegro chip ACS71020, the one i ...