Cypress PSoC4 Pioneer kit review

Posted on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014 in kit biz by DP


Tayken wrote up a review of Cypress PSoC4 Pioneer kit:

I mostly work with microcontrollers and occasionally FPGAs. I already had a PSoC3 board that a Japanese magazine was giving so I had a pretty good idea about what PSoC is. For those of you who are new to the term, PSoC stands for Programmable System-on-Chip, it is like a System-on-Chip as it has analog and digital components and a microcontroller core and all of the parts inside it are programmable. You can do things in the microcontroller like look-up tables, then decide to move them to the digital logic part of it to save some memory and faster response. Before I begin with my review, I have to warn some about it: Although this board comes in Arduino form factor, using it is definitely harder than an Arduino…

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8 Responses to “Cypress PSoC4 Pioneer kit review”

  1. MacHa says:

    And where is the link to the full review?!

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