Designer's Guide to the Cypress PSoC
- Robert Ashby, Electronics Product Line Manager, ICON Fitness, one of the world's largest consumers of embedded chips, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Embedded design expert Robert Ashby will guide you through the entire PSoC world, providing thorough coverage of device feature, design, programming and development of the software-reconfigurable PSoC. He shares his best tips, tricks, and techniques that will help you to utilize the flexible and inexpensive PSoC to its greatest potential, with a minimum of heartaches and late nights.
With its emphasis on designing for adaptability -- a feature of the utmost importance in today’s fast-paced and cost-pressured design cycles -- this book will bring you up to speed quickly on everything PSoC, from memory management to interconnects. You will add brains and capable signal conditioning to a design with one chip, giving you extreme flexibility for a relatively low price. Specific application examples highlighting the PSoC’s unique capabilities are included throughout the text, with the supporting sample source code. This valuable code is also provided on the companion website so you can easily adapt it to your own designs.
Embedded systems engineers and programmers;Hardware/software engineering students, electronicstechnicians working in embedded systems, inhouse training departments of electronicscompanies, electronics hobbyists
- Published: July 2005
- Imprint: NEWNES
- ISBN: 978-0-7506-7780-6
Table of ContentsForeword
What's New with PSoC?
What’s On The Companion Website
Introduction to Microcontroller Basics
Chapter 1: Why Use the Cypress PSoC?
Chapter 2: Structure of the PSoC
Chapter 3: PSoC Designer
Chapter 4: Improvements of the PSoC
Chapter 5: Limitations of the PSoC
Chapter 6: PSoC Modules
Chapter 7: Interconnects
Chapter 8: PSoC Memory Management
Chapter 9: Multiple Configurations
Chapter 10: Project Pruning
Chapter 11: Design Tips
Chapter 12: PSoC Express
Appendix A: Global Resources
Appendix B: Project Walkthrough
Appendix C: Limited Analog System
About the Author