PSOC


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AcronymDefinition
PSOCProgrammable System-On-Chip
PSOCProbabilistic System on a Chip
PSOCProgrammable System on a Chip
PSOCPartial State of Charge
PSOCPhilharmonic Society of Orange County (Irvine, CA)
PSOCPreliminary System Operational Concept
PSOCPower System Operation and Control (electrical engineering)
PSOCPotential Sale of the Company Agreement
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As motive power technologies support fast charging and PSoC operations, vehicles can remain actively productive for far longer without needing to stop for an extended charge period.
Since EMG signals are within a range of 20Hz and 500Hz [3], a band-pass filter for both channels of the EMGs was designed and implemented on the PSoC CY8C29466 of the family 1.
The PSoC 4 M-Series Pioneer Kit features the new PSoC 4200M device - an ARM Cortex-M0 CPU with 128KB Flash, 55 GPIOs and new peripherals including RTC, CAN and a DMA controller.
There were no significant differences on mothers' post-test PSOC results or mothers' post-test PACS results.
The distribution partners will sell the entire Cypress product line, including PSoC Programmable System-on-Chip devices, touch-sensing solutions, SRAM and nonvolatile memories and USB controllers.
Gibaud-Wallston and Wandersman (1978) developed the parenting sense of competence (PSOC) scale to assess parent skill-knowledge and value-comforting, also known as self-efficacy and satisfaction in parenting.
The Parenting Sense of Competence Scale (PSOC: [45]) includes 17 items designed to measure parental self-efficacy.