Course Outline

Introduction

Overview of Embedded Systems

  • Real-word Usage: Watches, DVD players, mobile phones, etc.
  • Differences between real-time operating systems, EmbeddedLinux, etc.
  • Resource constraints: size, speed, and power consumption

Overview of Microcontroller Architecture

  • Microcontrollers vs microprocessors
  • Selecting a Microcontroller Architecture

Starting a Project

  • Decididing design requirements
  • Preparing the Development Environment, Tools, and Hardware
  • Interfacing between microcontroller and PC.

Programming a 8051 Microcontroller Using Embedded C

  • Working with System Peripherals
  • Interfacing with User Peripherals
  • General Purpose I/O

Programming an ARM CORTEX M-3 Using Embedded C

  • Working with System Peripherals
  • Interfacing with User Peripherals
  • General Purpose I/O

Programming an ARM9 CPU Core Using Embedded C

  • Working with System Peripherals
  • Interfacing with User Peripherals
  • General Purpose I/O

Testing and Debugging

  • Tools and techniques
  • Optimizing for size, speed, and power consumption

Deploying an embedded system

  • Environmental considerations
  • Securing a device

Troubleshooting

Summary and Conclusion

Requirements

  • An understanding of electronics.
  • C programming experience.
  • Hardware (microcontroller, cables, etc.) and software (IDE, etc.) will be needed by all participants. Please consult with training coordinator for specific requirements.

Audience

  • Electronics engineers
  • Developers with knowledge of electronics
 35 Hours

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