Data Structures

group group_scb_uart_data_structures


typedef void (*cy_cb_scb_uart_handle_events_t)(uint32_t event)

Provides the typedef for the callback function called in the Cy_SCB_UART_Interrupt to notify the user about occurrences of UART Callback Events.

struct cy_stc_scb_uart_config_t
#include <cy_scb_uart.h>

UART configuration structure.

Public Members

cy_en_scb_uart_mode_t uartMode

Specifies the UART’s mode of operation.

uint32_t oversample

Oversample factor for UART.

uint32_t dataWidth

The width of UART data (valid range is 5 to 9)

bool enableMsbFirst

Enables the hardware to shift out data element MSB first; otherwise, LSB first.

cy_en_scb_uart_stop_bits_t stopBits

Specifies the number of stop bits in the UART transaction, in half-bit increments.

cy_en_scb_uart_parity_t parity

Configures the UART parity.

bool enableInputFilter

Enables a digital 3-tap median filter (2 out of 3 voting) to be applied to the input of the RX FIFO to filter glitches on the line (for IrDA, this parameter is ignored)

bool dropOnParityError

Enables the hardware to drop data in the RX FIFO when a parity error is detected.

bool dropOnFrameError

Enables the hardware to drop data in the RX FIFO when a frame error is detected.

bool enableMutliProcessorMode

Enables the UART operation in Multi-Processor mode which requires dataWidth to be 9 bits (the 9th bit is used to indicate address byte)

uint32_t receiverAddress

If Multi Processor mode is enabled, this is the address of the RX FIFO.

If the address matches, data is accepted into the FIFO. If it does not match, the data is ignored.

uint32_t receiverAddressMask

This is the address mask for the Multi Processor address.

1 indicates that the incoming address must match the corresponding bit in the slave address. A 0 in the mask indicates that the incoming address does not need to match.

bool acceptAddrInFifo

Enables the hardware to accept the matching address in the RX FIFO.

This is useful when the device supports more than one address.

bool irdaInvertRx

Inverts the IrDA RX input.

bool irdaEnableLowPowerReceiver

Enables the low-power receive for IrDA mode.

Note that the transmission must be disabled if this mode is enabled.

bool smartCardRetryOnNack

Enables retransmission of the frame placed in the TX FIFO when NACK is received in SmartCard mode (for Standard and IrDA , this parameter is ignored)

bool enableCts

Enables the usage of the CTS input signal for the transmitter.

The transmitter waits for CTS to be active before sending data

cy_en_scb_uart_polarity_t ctsPolarity

Sets the CTS Polarity.

uint32_t rtsRxFifoLevel

When the RX FIFO has fewer entries than rtsRxFifoLevel, the RTS signal is active (note to disable RTS, set this field to zero)

cy_en_scb_uart_polarity_t rtsPolarity

Sets the RTS Polarity.

uint32_t breakWidth

Specifies the number of bits to detect a break condition.

bool breaklevel

Specifies the low or high level pulse detection for break condition.


This parameter is available for CAT1B devices.

uint32_t rxFifoTriggerLevel

When there are more entries in the RX FIFO than this level the RX trigger output goes high.

This output can be connected to a DMA channel through a trigger mux. Also, it controls the CY_SCB_UART_RX_TRIGGER interrupt source.

uint32_t rxFifoIntEnableMask

The bits set in this mask allow the event to cause an interrupt (See UART RX FIFO status. for the set of constants)

uint32_t txFifoTriggerLevel

When there are fewer entries in the TX FIFO then this level the TX trigger output goes high.

This output can be connected to a DMA channel through a trigger mux. Also, it controls CY_SCB_UART_TX_TRIGGER interrupt source.

uint32_t txFifoIntEnableMask

Bits set in this mask allows the event to cause an interrupt (See UART TX FIFO Statuses for the set of constants)

struct cy_stc_scb_uart_context_t
#include <cy_scb_uart.h>

UART context structure.

All fields for the context structure are internal. Firmware never reads or writes these values. Firmware allocates the structure and provides the address of the structure to the driver in function calls. Firmware must ensure that the defined instance of this structure remains in scope while the drive is in use.