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Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC 3, PSoC 5 and PSoC Creator

Cypress Semiconductor's PSoC 3, PSoC 5 and PSoC Creator

PSoC 3 and PSoC 5 offer the world's only programmable analog and digital embedded design platform, delivering unmatched time-to-market, integration, and flexibility across 8-, 16-, and 32-bit applications, as well as precision analog markets. PSoC 3 devices are based on a high-performance 8-bit 8051 processor, while PSoC 5 devices include a powerful 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 processor. The architectures offer high-precision programmable analog including 12- to 20-bit delta-sigma ADCs, digital logic libraries full of dozens of drop-in peripherals, best-in-class power management and rich connectivity resources. The architectures are supported by new PSoC Creator software, which introduces a unique schematic-based design methodology. PSoC 3 and PSoC 5 empower designers to create, change and reuse designs quickly and efficiently in software. This enables designers to develop feature-rich products rapidly and cost-efficiently with the ability to accommodate last-minute changes, and provides an easy migration from 8 to 32 bits. The PSoC Creator integrated development environment abstracts away the hardware so a designer does not need to be an expert on the device or the inner workings of peripherals to be programmed. It routes on-chip connections and I/O automatically, and it generates APIs for the peripherals and on-chip functions to ensure error-free interaction from software. The analog capabilities of the PSoC 3 and PSoC 5 architectures combine high-precision fixed-function analog, such as a 20-bit Delta-Sigma ADC, with a set of programmable analog peripherals that can be used to implement mixers, trans-impedance amplifiers, buffers, PGAs and more. Each Universal Digital Block in the architecture can perform the function of a low-end processor, can be chained together with other UDBs to enable larger functions, or can implement digital peripherals such as timers, counters, PWMs, UARTs, I2C, SPI and CRCs.

For more information: www.cypress.com/go/psoc

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