There isn't much to say on this project. I used the files supplied in the class to mill the PCB and I soldered it. In terms of documentation, all I have is a
This clearly isn't enough, which is why I documented the process of creating a PCB in Altium and milling it with the Modela in the next section.
I've been using PIC microcontrollers for almost 10 years now. It's hard to use something else than what you are used to use, but it's good for an engineer to gain
flexibility. Learning how to use small Atmel processors doesn't motivate me: they are too similar to what I'm used to. Instead, I decided to learn how to use Cypress
PSoC chips. I've been willing to try them for years: now is the time.
This my first attempt at a minimalist PSoC 4 development board. It can't get any simpler: