New attendees at the door will receive a free PSoC 4 BLE kit ($49 value)! People who have already received a kit, please bring it with you.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to present Cypress’ Introduction to PSoC 4 and provide a hands on training. We are glad to have you for 6 hours full of design information that will reduce your design cycle time and get you to market faster. Instructions will start at 9:00 AM sharp. To get the best benefit of the training and keep up with the pace it is strongly recommended to install all the software before the training session. Software installation may take up to 60 minutes not including the download time.
Required Software (preinstall before the Workshop):
PSoC Creator Integrated Design Environment (IDE)
Download PSoC Creator for Windows
CY8CKIT-042 Kit Only
(Kit Design Files, Documentation, Examples)·
Intro to PSoC 4 Workshop.zip
(please download and unzip to your desktop)
Windows-based laptop with at least 1 free USB port (you need to bring your laptop)
CY8CKIT-042 PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit
(you get to keep the kit that we provide) Hands-On Training Workshop - Introduction to PSoC® 4
Understand the architecture of the PSoC® 4 Programmable System-on-Chip
Learn how to use PSoC Creator™ and the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit to design with PSoC 4
Learn how to implement digital, analog, CapSense and mixed signal designs with PSoC 4
[30min> Setup & Install
[30min] Introduction to the PSoC 4 Platform
[60min] Hands-On Lab Exercises: Programmable Digital Design
[60min] Hands-On Lab Exercises: User Interface Design
[60min] Hands-On Lab Exercises: Mixed Signal Design
Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday (August 13th, 2016) at 9:00 AM.
This workshop was written with EE 101 attendees in mind. Basic embedded design knowledge is a plus however, there’s little code that the attendees need to write on the spot. This workshop doesn’t demand that the attendees know any of the low-level details. It’s a good fit for a broad audience. Knowledge of hardware description languages such as VHDL or Verilog is NOT needed.
Coffee and water provided. We'll have a 1 hour lunch break where people can visit one of the local eaterys.