Apple Notification Center Service (ANCS) enables a BLE device to connect to an iOS device and access notifications generated on the iOS d...
We will learn how to drive segment displays with psoc 4 ble, without requiring any external driver ics. we will also control this display...
We will examine the real (measured) throughput of a ble connection using psoc 4 ble.
We demonstrate how you can perform over-the-air (ota) firmware upgrades with psoc 4 ble.
In project #025, we demonstrated how you can use Cypress F-RAM as exteral storage memory to perform Over-the-Air BLE firmware upgrades. F...
We will learn how to optimize a psoc 4 ble design for lowest power consumption.
In previous projects, we've talked about standard BLE Profiles, or more specifically, Adopted GATT Profiles with examples like Heart Rate...
The PSoC 4 BLE family of devices of come in two memory variants, with 128 KB or 256 KB Flash. In addition to the Flash memory, these devi...
We demonstate how to implement a time multiplexed, bluetooth low energy gap central device.
We implement a digital pressure sensor with ble connectivity on the ble pioneer kit.
We demonstrate how to control high-brightness rgb leds over bluetooth low energy (bluetooth smart).
In project #035, we demonstrated how to implement a BLE to I2C brigde while assuming the GAP Peripheral role (GATT Server).
We demonstrate how to implement a ble to i2c bridge using the ble pioneer kit.
This Smart Spider is controlled through Smartphone/Tablet via Bluetooth Low Energy (PSoC4 BLE). Designed for PSoC® Pioneer Challenge 2015
Nokia 5110 GLCD, some C code, and a $4 PSoC 4200 32-bit ARM Prototype Boards from Cypress creates an inexpensive project terminal under $7
The PSoC Prototype boards run happily at 3.3 Volts making them ideal for projects such as GPS clocks with low-voltage displays like Nokia.
The $4 Cypress 4100 & 4200 Prototyping boards come naked in a cardboard mailer. Here are some ideas on making the board useful.
The PSoC 4 series have embedded capability for Character LCD displays so there is no longer an excuse for projects that are headless!
Color is king... especially when it is under $10 and the ILI9341 is particularly easy to interface using Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
Cypress PSoC 4 has all the right characteristics to be an Arduino killer: highly configurable, shield compatibility, low price, speed ...
The flexibility of the PSoC 4100 project board and the inexpensive Nokia 5110 GLCD opens the door for a very inexpensive 6-channel voltmeter
A thermistor + resistor + PSoC 4200 will accurately calculate the temperature using the PSoC 4 Sequencing Successive Approximation ADC.
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