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Expert Certification in Embedded System with ARM


 Expert

INR 15000/-  INR 2999/-

What You'll Learn

Introduction to embedded systems design
The hardware implementation of the ARM7 microcontroller
Integrated peripherals based on I/O functions
Examples of internal peripheral software drivers
The Arm Cortex - M4 Processor Architecture : Part 1
The Arm Cortex M4 Processor Architecture : Part 2
The concept of pipelines, registers and exception modes
Software development flow and working with projects

About

The Advanced RISC Machine has several microcontroller families among which ARM7 are the longest serving ARM processors. The ARM7 CPU core based microcontroller is the most popular 32-bit embedded processor which features a small microcontroller with low power consumption. You can apply ARM architecture to almost every embedded application ranging from automotive communications protocol to medical devices and security systems.

Requirements

  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Robotics enthusiast

Course Outline

  • Introduction to ARM Based Processors.
  • Cortex and Cortex-M Based Processors
  • How to Select the Right MCU for You?
  • Advantages of the STM32 Portfolio
  • Data Processing Instructions
  • Copying Registers
  • Copying Multiple Registers
  • Swap Instruction
  • Modifying the Status Registers
  • Software Interrupt
  • MAC Unit
  • THUMB Instruction Set
  • Why Choose Eclipse/GCC as Tool-Chain for STM32
  • Two Words About Eclipse and GCC
  • Windows - Installing the Tool-Chain
  • Windows - Eclipse Installation
  • Windows - Eclipse Plug-Ins Installation
  • Windows - GCC ARM Embedded Installation
  • Windows – Build Tools Installation
  • Windows – Open OCD Installation
  • Windows – ST Tools Installation
  • Windows - Nucleo Drivers Installation
  • Installing the Tool-Chain
  • Linux - Java Installation
  • Linux - Eclipse Installation
  • Linux - Eclipse Plug-Ins Installation
  • Linux - GCC ARM Embedded Installation
  • Linux - Nucleo Drivers Installation
  • Linux – ST-LINK Firmware Upgrade
  • Linux – OpenOCD Installation
  • Linux – STM32CubeMX Tool Installation
  • Linux – QSTLink2 Installation
  • Get in Touch with the Eclipse IDE
  • Create a Project
  • Connecting the Nucleo to the PC
  • Flashing the Nucleo
  • Running On operating System
  • Introduction to Cube-MX Tool
  • Pin out View
  • Chip View
  • IP Tree Pane
  • Clock View
  • Configuration View
  • Power Consumption Calculator View
  • Project Generation
  • Generate C Project with Cube-MX
  • Understanding Generated Code
  • Create Eclipse Project
  • Importing Generated Files into the Eclipse Project Manually
  • Importing Files Generated with Cube-MX In to the Eclipse Project Automatically
  • Understanding Generated Application Code
  • Add Something Useful to the Firmware
  • Getting Started with Open OCD
  • Launching Open OCD
  • Launching Open OCD on OS
  • Connecting to the Open OCD Telnet Console
  • Configuring Eclipse
  • Debugging in Eclipse
  • ARM semi hosting
  • Enable semi hosting on a New Project
  • Using Semi hosting With C Standard Library
  • Enable semi hosting on an Existing Project
  • Semi hosting Drawbacks
  • Understanding How semi hosting Works
  • GPIO Management
  • STM32 Peripherals Mapping and HAL Handlers
  • GPIOs Configuration
  • GPIO Mode
  • GPIO Alternate Function
  • Understanding GPIO Speed
  • Driving a GPIO
  • De-initialize a GPIO
  • Interrupts Management
  • NVIC Controller
  • Vector Table in STM32
  • Enabling Interrupts
  • External Lines and NVIC
  • Enabling Interrupts with Cube-MX
  • Interrupt Lifecycle
  • Interrupt Priority Levels.
  • Cortex-M0/0+
  • Cortex-M3/4/7
  • Setting Interrupt Priority in Cube-MX
  • Interrupt Re-Entrancy
  • Mask All Interrupts at Once or a Priority Basis
  • Introduction to UART and USART
  • UART Initialization
  • UART Configuration Using Cube-MX
  • UART Communication in Polling Mode
  • Installing a Serial Console in Windows
  • Installing a Serial Console in Linux
  • UART Communication in Interrupt Mode
  • UART Related Interrupts
  • Error Management
  • I/O Retargeting
  • How to Perform Transfers in Polling Mode
  • How to Perform Transfers in Interrupt Mode
  • How to Perform Peripheral-To-Peripheral Transfers
  • Using the HAL_UART Module with DMA Mode Transfers
  • Miscellaneous Functions From HAL_DMA and HAL_DMA_Ex Modules
  • Using Cube-MX to Configure DMA Request
  • Correct Memory Allocation of DMA Buffers
  • Analog-To-Digital Conversion
  • Introduction to SAR ADC
  • HAL_ADC Module
  • Conversion Modes
  • Single-Channel, Single Conversion Mode
  • Scan Single Conversion Mode
  • Single-Channel, Continuous Conversion Mode
  • Scan Continuous Conversion Mode
  • Clock Polarity and Phase
  • Slave Select Signal Management
  • The I2C Protocol
  • START and STOP Condition
  • Power Management
  • Power Management in Cortex-M Based MCUs
  • How Cortex-M MCUs Handle Run and Sleep Modes
  • Entering/exiting sleep modes
  • Sleep-On-Exit
  • Sleep Modes in Cortex-M Based MCUs
  • Power Management in STM32F Microcontrollers
  • Power Sources
  • Power Modes
  • Run Mode
  • Dynamic Voltage Scaling in STM32F4/F7 MCUs
  • Over/Under-Drive Mode in STM32F4/F7 MCUs
  • Sleep Mode
  • Stop Mode
  • Standby Mode
  • Low-Power Modes Example
  • The STM32 Memory Layout Model
  • Understanding Compilation and Linking Processes
  • Flash Memory Management
  • Introduction to STM32 Flash Memory
  • The HAL_FLASH Module
  • Flash Memory Unlocking
  • Flash Memory Erasing
  • The Cortex-M Unified Memory Layout and the Booting Process
  • Software Physical Remap
  • Vector Table Relocation
  • Running the Firmware from SRAM Using the GNU ARM Eclipse Tool chain
  • Understanding the Concepts Underlying an RTOS
  • Introduction to Free RTOS and CMSIS-RTOS Wrapper
  • The Free RTOS Source Tree
  • How to Import Free RTOS Manually
  • How to Import Free RTOS Using Cube-MX and Cube-MX Importer
  • How to Enable FPU Support in Cortex-M4F and Cortex-M7 Cores
  • Thread Management
  • Thread States
  • Thread Priorities and Scheduling Policies
  • Voluntary Release of the Control
  • The idle Thread
  • Bus Structure
  • Memory Map
  • Register Programming
  • Memory Accelerator Module
  • Memory Map Control
  • Bootloader
  • External Bus Interface
  • External Memory Interface
  • Phase Locked Loop
  • VLSI Peripheral Bus Divider
  • Pin Connect Block
  • External Interrupt Pins
  • Interrupt Structure
  • STM32CubeMX IDE: Embedded C
  • Start-up Code
  • Interworking ARM/THUMB Code
  • Locating Code In RAM
  • Inline Functions
  • Fixing Objects at Absolute Locations
  • Inline Assembler
  • General Purpose I/O
  • General Purpose Timers
  • Watchdog
  • PWM Modulator
  • Real Time Clock
  • UART
  • I2C Interface
  • SPI Interface
  • Analog To Digital Converter
  • Interrupt Service Routines
  • Software Interrupt
  • Hardware Debugging Tools

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Student feedback

★★★★★
5.0 average based on 2 reviews
Rajat
★★★★★ 2 months ago

it is a very user friendly course and the content was well taught

Sonu
★★★★★ 2 months ago

great course covered most of the stuff . i recommend to all

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