Cypress Semiconductor


Cypress is a leader in providing best-in-class semiconductors and wireless connectivity technologies for the growing Internet of Things (IoT).

Cypress’ advanced system-level solutions are Embedded in Tomorrow™. We deliver solutions that target markets growing faster than the broader semiconductor industry, including the IoT, and automotive, industrial and consumer markets. Our low-power, high-performance, secure PSoC MCUs, along with our robust, reliable wireless connectivity technologies enables IoT developers to design next-generation IoT applications.

To learn more about Cypress, go to http://www.cypress.com.

PSoC 6 MCUs

Cypress' PSoC 6 MCUs are purpose-built for the Internet of Things (IoT). It provides an ultra-low power, highly flexible, and secure architecture, enabling extended battery life, small form factors, and security for IoT designs. It's built on an ultra-low power 40-nm technology with an Arm Cortex-M4 CPU core running at up to 150-MHz. It provides you with a flexible architecture, enabling optimization of high-performance and low-power. In addition, hardware- and software-based security is provided, preventing precious data from being manipulated or modified.

Supported Platforms

Getting Started with Cypress Products using Mbed OS

https://os.mbed.com/teams/Cypress/wiki/Cypress-products-with-Mbed-OS

Code

  • Firmware-loader

    A command-line tool to update KitProg low-level program/debug communication firmware on Cypress kits

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 19 0
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  • mbed-os-example-aws-greengrass

    This repository contains the code examples and demos for PSOC6 MCU family of devices bundled with connectivity

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 11 0
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  • mbed-os-example-aws-iot-client

    This repository contains the code examples and demos for PSOC6 MCU family of devices bundled with connectivity

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 13 0
    GitHub hosted
  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-capsense

    This example demonstrates implementing CapSense buttons and slider for PSoC 6 MCU with Mbed OS.

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 9 0
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  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-csdadc

    This example demonstrates the usage of CSD analog to digital converter (ADC) for PSoC® 6 MCU with Mbed OS using the CSDADC Middleware Library.

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 2 0
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  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-csdidac

    This example demonstrates using the CSD current digital-to-analog converter (IDAC) as a current source and a current sink.

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 6 0
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  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-emwin-eink

    This code example demonstrates displaying graphics on an EInk display using EmWin graphics library in Mbed OS.

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 5 0
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  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-emwin-oled

    This example demonstrates how to display graphics on an OLED display using emWin graphics library in Mbed OS.

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 5 0
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  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-http-server

    This app connects to a Wi-Fi network as a STA (client), then starts a secure (or non-secure) web server and waits for requests.

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 3 0
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  • OS 5
    mbed-os-example-wifi-provisioning-via-ble

    This code example demonstrates how to connect a kit to WiFi by provisioning the WiFi credentials via BLE

    Last updated: 19 Aug 2019 4 0
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