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  2. Last updated 6/2020 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.33 GB | Duration: 5h 57m Learn how to write better code for your embedded hardware or IoT projects like professionals, not beginners, do. What you'll learn Create professional grade embedded applications. Produce embedded applications employing THE most widely used programming language ever. Benefit from a wide variety of C compiler and preprocessor tricks to help you make better embedded applications. Requirements You should know Basic Microcontroller Programming. This course assumes you know how to program, so general good programming practices are assumed and not enforced in this course (meaningful variable names, commenting your code, indentation, etc.) You should at least be familiar with the C Programming Language (Good news, just so you know: The Arduino uses C). Description In this fourth part of the Beyond Arduino series, you'll learn many techniques to produce more efficient and professional embedded applications. It's time to leave the toy programs behind. You'll learn how to handle memory-attached hardware registers properly, how to perform bitwise manipulation of data, how to handle interrupts on your microcontroller development platform, and many other techniques which you aren't always aware of because of the immense body of elements that conceal the details in many beginner platforms, like the Arduino, for the sake of simplicity. You'll also learn how to deal with very basic, typically 8-bit, microcontrollers that don't have a Floating Point Unit and still write code that gets the job done in the best way possible even with the limited resources available. After grasping this knowledge, we expect you to think differently when designing your embedded applications in the future. By adding these best practices to your bag of tricks, you'll get one step closer to making embedded applications like a professional, and hopefully you'll feel less like a beginner. Overview Section 1: Introduction Lecture 1 Course Structure Lecture 2 Instructor Introduction Lecture 3 Motivation #1 Lecture 4 Motivation #2 Lecture 5 What's with the C/C++ thing? Section 2: The C Programming Language Review Lecture 6 Introduction Lecture 7 Characteristics of C Lecture 8 C is a Compiled Programming Language Lecture 9 C vs. Java Lecture 10 Syntax Lecture 11 Hello World Lecture 12 Variables and Arithmetic Lecture 13 If-Then-Else Statements Lecture 14 Case Statements Lecture 15 Loops Lecture 16 Supported Data Types Lecture 17 Different Sizes of int - Arduino Lecture 18 Different Sizes of int - Keil Lecture 19 Different Sizes of int - CodeWarrior Lecture 20 Chars aren't characters Lecture 21 No Strings in C Lecture 22 Character Arrays Lecture 23 No Booleans Either Lecture 24 Arrays Lecture 25 Pointers Lecture 26 Pointers Example Code Lecture 27 Pointers can be Indexed and Arrays Indirected Lecture 28 Functions Lecture 29 Functions Example Code Lecture 30 Passing Parameters by Value or Reference Lecture 31 Example of Pointers and Parameters Section 3: A Few Preprocessor Tricks Lecture 32 The C Preprocessor Lecture 33 Defining Constants Lecture 34 #define vs const Lecture 35 Which is Better? Lecture 36 Conditional Inclusion of Code Lecture 37 Conditional Inclusion of Code Example Lecture 38 Embedded Debugging with a Knife in the Woods Lecture 39 The #else Directive Lecture 40 Wikipedia Example Lecture 41 Live Demo: Conditional Inclusion of Code Lecture 42 Include Guards Lecture 43 Key Ideas Section 4: A Few Compiler Tricks Lecture 44 The C Compiler Lecture 45 Use Portable Data Types Lecture 46 First, a Thought Experiment Lecture 47 The Answers Lecture 48 Reason #1: Multiprocessors Lecture 49 Reason #2: Multithreading Lecture 50 Reason #3: Hardware-Attached Variables Lecture 51 Reason #4: Interrupts Lecture 52 The volatile Qualifier Lecture 53 volatile Demo in Codewarrior Lecture 54 Time Consuming Blocking Delays Lecture 55 Example: Blocking Delays Lecture 56 LPC1114 Tutorial Lecture 57 The KEIL Project Lecture 58 The delay() Function Lecture 59 The Rest of the Code Lecture 60 The main() Function Lecture 61 The walk() Function Lecture 62 Remember the const Qualifier Section 5: Bitwise Manipulation Lecture 63 Bit Manipulation Lecture 64 Bit Masking Lecture 65 The trick: Binary Masks Lecture 66 How to Set a Bit Lecture 67 How to Clear a Bit Lecture 68 Setting and Clearing Multiple Bits Lecture 69 A Real Microcontroller Example Lecture 70 Setting and clearing select bits Lecture 71 Reacting to Select Bits Lecture 72 Reacting to Select bits Lecture 73 Inverting Select Bits Lecture 74 Inverting Select Bits Lecture 75 A Meaningful Code Example Lecture 76 Implementation Tips Lecture 77 More Clever ways to access bits Lecture 78 A Code Example Lecture 79 Bit Masking Demo in Arduino Lecture 80 Bit Fields Lecture 81 Bit Fields Demo in Dev C++ Lecture 82 Bit Fields Demo in CodeWarrior Lecture 83 Bit Fields in Libraries Lecture 84 Key Ideas Section 6: Alternatives to Traditional Functions Lecture 85 Alternatives to Functions Lecture 86 Lookup Tables Lecture 87 Lookup Table Definition Lecture 88 Lookup Tables Example Code Lecture 89 Lookup Tables Caveats Lecture 90 Lookup Tables Demo in Arduino Lecture 91 Lookup Tables in ROM or RAM Lecture 92 Tradeoff between Lookup Tables and Traditional Functions Lecture 93 Macro Functions Lecture 94 Points for the Macro Function Lecture 95 Points for the Traditional Function Lecture 96 Macro Functions Lecture 97 Function Inlining Lecture 98 Inline Functions Lecture 99 Forcing vs. Suggesting Lecture 100 Macros vs Inline Functions Lecture 101 Key Ideas Section 7: What to do when there's no Floating Point Unit Lecture 102 What to do Without a Floating Point Unit Lecture 103 About Floating Point Numbers Lecture 104 Floating Point Number Formats Lecture 105 Binary 32 Floating Point Format - IEEE 754 Lecture 106 Floats are Not Perfect Lecture 107 Some Numbers are Impossible to Represent as floats Lecture 108 Floating Point Types in C Lecture 109 About FPUs Lecture 110 How FPU-less microcontrollers manage without an FPU Lecture 111 Software Implementations of Floats Lecture 112 Float Inaccuracies Lecture 113 Inaccuracies Demo in Dev C++ Lecture 114 Fixed Point Numbers Lecture 115 Powers of 2 Scaling Factors Lecture 116 Fixed Point Math Lecture 117 Standardized Fixed Point Formats Lecture 118 Fixed Point is a Real Option Lecture 119 A Fixed Point Library Lecture 120 Fixed vs. Floating Point Demo in Arduino Lecture 121 A Very Clever Fixed Point Trick Lecture 122 Just Integers Lecture 123 Wait! Having an FPU isn't a Silver Bullet Lecture 124 Key Ideas Section 8: Wrap Up Lecture 125 Think of All the Things we Learned Lecture 126 What's Next? Lecture 127 Farewell Lecture 128 Bonus Lecture: LabsLand and more from Closure Labs! Arduino Developers.,Software Developers.,Makers. 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Last updated 9/2021 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 3.02 GB | Duration: 7h 41m A 14 day proven course to a higher paying career in embedded systems, with deep understanding of ARM Cortex and STM32 What you'll learn In-depth understanding of the ARM Cortex fundamentals Set up a free and open source toolchain on your computer to program, flash and debug ARM based microcontrollers Core register functionality like stack pointers, link registers, program counters, control registers, vector tables Understand different types of exceptions on the ARM Cortex-M processor and what each of them mean Understand different peripherals and how to program them Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) Libraries and how to use them Feel confident and comfortable programming applications on the Cortex-M platform What is a programmers model and how it works for an ARM Cortex-M Unprivileged and privileged software execution levels Vector Table Offset Register (VTOR) and its uses Big Endian Format vs Little Endian Format OpenOCD (Open source debugger) STCubeMX Application and how to generate HAL drivers Requirements Basic knowledge of embedded systems STM32 Nucleo development board is recommended, but not mandatory Eager to learn about ARM Cortex-M fundamentals Description ✓ Do you like working with microcontrollers, sensors, and other embedded devices? ✓ Do you want a successful career in embedded systems, but can't find the right resources?✓ Are you preparing for a job interview in embedded systems? ✓ Do you already have a career in embedded systems, but want to start working on more engaging projects?This course on the "Foundations of embedded systems with ARM Cortex and STM32" is the right choice. Try it for 30 days with a no questions asked, money back guarantee, and you will thank yourself for making the right decision.Your instructorYou will be learning the material from the best of the best in the industry. Akshay has over 10+ years of solid experience and has worked for companies like Tesla, on crucial projects for the Model S, X and 3 cars. He has a passion for teaching, and once you've experienced his teaching style, it is hard to go anywhere else. He is patient with students, and understands the learning journey you will go through, and will be there to guide you along the way.Akshay has been teaching since his first years at University and as won awards in teaching and entrepreneurship.In one sentence, how is this course different from other embedded systems courses?If you are looking for a course that is built from the ground-up with quality in mind, proven to make you successful in embedded systems, this is it.What hardware is needed for this course?The instructor is using a STM32 Nucleo development board for this course. However, you are free to choose any ARM Cortex board you wish to. The learning from the content is transferable across different platforms.You can choose to develop on Windows, Linux or Mac as per your preference. All 3 are supported in this course. Your 14 day journey to successWe recommend spreading out the content of the course over 14 days as it has proven to maximise your learning, giving you a chance to absorb the information and practice hands-on as you go.Section 1 - You will learn about the ARM Cortex architecture. Understanding this will allow you to select the right microcontroller for your project. With the deep understanding of ARM Cortex architecture, you will also be able to debug applications like a pro!Section 2 - The ARM Cortex programmers model, is hardly taught anywhere but such a crucial piece to understanding how the processor functions and how the C code that you write interfaces with the hardware after compilation.Section 3 - The ARM Cortex exception model and vector table is an important step to understanding how the working of the processor when things don't go as intended. In embedded systems, exceptions need to be handled elegantly in order to produce a safe functioning product!Section 4 - ARM Cortex blocks like the System Control Block, Floating point unit, bus interfaces will be covered. This will give you an understanding of how core blocks inside the microcontroller are connected to each other and their usefulness.Section 5 - The first and an important step for a project is to be able to choose the right microcontroller. You will need to take all sorts of considerations into mind before making the choice. Making the right choice here will make your project successful in the short term and the long term as well. Section 6 - Peripherals let the processor talk to the outside world. When developing applications for microcontrollers, every project you will work on will interface to one or more of these peripherals. Having this understanding will allow you to successfully interface devices with the microcontroller.Section 7 - Special features of the microcontroller, go through 3 unique features that you will most likely be interfacing with in your projects.Section 8 - Hands-on lab to set up your computer with a development environment that will run on Windows, Linux or Mac. Having this setup will allow you to work on the lab exercises in this course and on your projects after course completion.Section 9 - Understanding UART communication is immensely important, and almost every embedded job interview will ask you a question about it. You will be able to become a pro at UART and interface all kinds of devices with the microcontroller after working on the lab exercises included with the course.Section 10 - I2C communication runs over 2 wires and is used extensively in a lot of embeded devices. The lectures and timed challenge lab exercise for I2C will train you to be a professional in this communication interface. Having this understanding will allow you to interface with millions of I2C devices available in the market and use them for your projects.Section 11 - GPIO is a peripheral that will definitely be in every single application you work on. With the hands-on learning in this section, you will understand different ways in which ports and pins can be setup to allow you to interface various types of devices with the GPIO peripheral.Section 12 - DAC and TIM peripherals will open the world of timing, and digital to analog conversion for you. This is an extensive area where microcontrollers are used and the lab exercises included in this section will give you an excellent understanding of how these two peripherals can be used in your custom application.Section 13 - These days we just download an IDE and are good to go. But have you ever wondered what the different components inside an IDE (Integrated development environment) are? Going through these exercises will allow you to get that understanding which will make debugging so much easier going forward. Understanding the development environment from ground-up allows you to be confident when things go wrong.Section 14 - We talk about the next steps and a continued learning program to allow you to take the learnings from this course and continue to apply them in future projects. We also talk about how you can use the information learned in this course to guarantee a successful career in embedded systems. Overview Section 1: Course basics Lecture 1 Important points before you get started Section 2: Cortex-M Introduction and Architecture Overview Lecture 2 ARM Cortex Family Lecture 3 Cortex-M Family Lecture 4 Cortex-M4 Instruction Set Lecture 5 Guidelines Lecture 6 Overview of the Nucleo F303RE board Lecture 7 Reference Documents Section 3: Cortex-M Programmer's Model Lecture 8 Programmer's Model Lecture 9 General Registers and Process Specific Registers Lecture 10 Special Registers Lecture 11 Lab Session #1 - Programmers Model - General and Special Registers Lecture 12 Lab Session #2 - Programmers Model - xPSR and Control Register Section 4: Cortex-M Exception Model, Vector Table and VTOR Lecture 13 Exception Model and Vector Table Lecture 14 Lab Session #3 - Reset Exception Handler and the Vector Table Lecture 15 Vector Table Offset Register (VTOR) Lecture 16 Lab Session #4 - Using VTOR to move vector table to SRAM Section 5: Cortex-M Core Blocks Lecture 17 Core Blocks inside the ARM microcontroller Lecture 18 Big Endian vs Little Endian Lecture 19 STM32F3x System Overview, Bus Interface Section 6: How to choose the right microcontroller for your application Lecture 20 How to choose a microcontroller for your project Lecture 21 Powering up a microcontroller on a breadboard Section 7: Peripherals of the microcontroller Lecture 22 Timers and counters Lecture 23 Prescalers Lecture 24 PLL - Phase lock loop Lecture 25 ADC - analog to digital converters Lecture 26 DAC - Digital to analog converters Lecture 27 I/O ports Lecture 28 AC - Analog comparators Section 8: Special features of a microcontroller Lecture 29 Interrupts Lecture 30 Reset sequence and watchdog timer Lecture 31 JTAG - Joint Test Action Group Section 9: LAB: Windows, Mac, Linux - Development environment setup Lecture 32 Setting up the development environment Section 10: LAB: UART driver development Lecture 33 A deep dive into UART and its implementation Section 11: LAB: I2C - Inter-integrated communication driver development Lecture 34 The I2C protocol Lecture 35 I2C open drain Lecture 36 TIMED CHALLENGE: I2C driver development Section 12: LAB: GPIO - General purpose input output driver development Lecture 37 Project 1 - GPIO Peripheral Driver Development Lecture 38 ADC lab exercise Section 13: LAB: DAC & TIM - Digital to analog conversion driver development Lecture 39 Project 2 - DAC and TIM Peripheral Driver Development Section 14: (Optional): Setting up an Eclipse based development environment from scratch Lecture 40 Section Introduction Lecture 41 Setting up the virtual machine Lecture 42 Setting up Linux OS on the virtual machine Lecture 43 Setting up the Eclipse development environment Lecture 44 Setting up the development toolchain Lecture 45 Creating a blinky project Lecture 46 Setting up the open source debugger (Part 1) Lecture 47 Setting up the open source debugger (Part 2) Lecture 48 Install STCubeMX for generating HAL drivers Lecture 49 Running the blinky project Lecture 50 FAQ and Troubleshooting Lecture 51 Toolchain installation instructions for MacOS users Section 15: Congratulations and Thank you! Lecture 52 Guidelines Lecture 53 Closing Notes An embedded systems enthusiast, professional or student who is struggling to start programming on the ARM Cortex-M platform,Worked with Arduino before, and has basic working knowledge of embedded systems,Worked with 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers and want to venture into the world of 32-bit microcontrollers,Already been working with ARM Cortex microcontrollers and want to gain a deeper understanding of the processor's fundamentals Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/cortex-m/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/2395bfb1ea9437858b4fd027cfd5c7aa/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/531a7087ef99b5a413eb13a37e8594c8/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part1.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/7951e376ea7a61874850ebf8987a70d8/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part3.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/c61f0946a8cd8ba03725fb0f2a003a70/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part4.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/2AF7179F03EBFBB/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part4.rar https://nitro.download/view/832445AD2618C02/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part3.rar https://nitro.download/view/A9C659DBDF9BF18/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part1.rar https://nitro.download/view/D2B7604F96D4923/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part2.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/1E14cAa665cd1abA/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part4.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/1F3B0c14Da475892/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/544cdef630186ee7/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part3.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/c7f888D7C7453104/rsnsm.Foundation.of.Embedded.Systems.with.ARM.Cortex.and.STM32.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
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Last updated 5/2019 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 812.42 MB | Duration: 2h 9m Understand the processor core and the ADC peripheral with hands-on projects using the Atmel SAM4s microcontrollers What you'll learn Understand the processor and exception model for ARM Cortex processors Use ASF (Atmel Studio Framework) to write embedded code for ARM Cortex microcontrollers Handle ADC triggers and interrupts How to read digital codes and find their corresponding analog value How to read chip temperature using ADCs Understand the core concepts of analog to digital converters Directly write to registers to program ARM Cortex peripherals Understanding embedded systems Program ADCs on ARM Cortex Understand and configure various timing requirements of an ADC Requirements Basic understanding of embedded systems, C programming We will be using SAM4s Xplained Pro development board, it is helpful but not necessary for students to purchase it Description This course received a major update in Feb 2018 based on the feedback provided. Welcome to this course on Hands-on Embedded Systems with Atmel SAM4s ARM Processor. At the end of this course you will be comfortable with the ARM processor core, processor model, exception model, reset sequence, general and special registers, and also a master in the ADC peripheral. This course has been made from the ground-up to help you transition from the world of Arduino into the world of 32 bit Atmel SAM4s ARM microcontrollers. Who am I? I'm Akshay, and I'll be your instructor for this course. I have been fascinated with micro controllers since I was a child, and now I consider it lucky to have it as my profession. I currently write firmware for safety critical systems that go inside electric cars. With my knowledge of embedded systems over the past 10+ years, and working in Silicon Valley, I have gained a unique insight into what the industry needs and what the students are lacking. Course Structure This course has 8 sections. Section 1 will help you understand the differences between Arduino and 32 bit ARM Cortex. You will also understand the Cortex-M instruction set. Section 2 is dedicated to the setup of the development environment and hardware. This section also contains reference documents that you will be using for the rest of the course. Section 3 is about the processor fundamentals. At the end of this section you will be comfortable with the inner workings of the processor, the general and special registers that do all the magic inside the processor. You will learn how to interpret the assembly instructions and how they work inside the processor. Section 4 is about the peripherals. You will learn the theory behind the ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) peripheral. Section 5 is the first project of this course where you will sample an analog voltage using ASF libraries in Atmel studio and understand how the peripheral and processor work together to convert this into a digital code. Section 6 is the second project in this course where you will understand how an analog voltage is sampled and implement it by directly writing to the registers. (No library use here) Section 7 is the third project in this course where you will understand how to sample real time temperature and how the processor interprets the value in degrees C of F. You will implement it using ASF code. Section 8 is a homework project in which you will implement temperature sensing using direct register access. Solutions are provided for reference. This course content was generated from scratch in a way to get the point across to you, in the most efficient, exciting and engaging way! Is this course for me? If you are an embedded systems enthusiast, professional or student who is struggling to start programming on the ARM Cortex-M platform, this course if for you. If you have worked with Arduino before, and have basic working knowledge of embedded systems, this course is for you. If you have already been working with ARM Cortex microcontrollers and want to gain a deeper understanding of the processor's fundamentals as well as the ADC peripheral, then this course is for you! Can I use another development board? I use the Atmel SAM4s Xplained Pro development board in this course which houses a ARM Cortex-M4 processor. You may choose any other microcontroller of your choice that works with Atmel Studio. If you need help selecting a board, let me know and I can help you out. My personal guarantee I am proud to say that I stand behind this course 100%, and guarantee you that you will get valuable information from this course. There is also a 30 day money back guarantee from Udemy. With this, you can feel confident about your purchase and know that it is a valuable find. Overview Section 1: Important points before we get started Lecture 1 Before we get started! Lecture 2 Course Introduction Section 2: Getting Past Arduino Lecture 3 Limitations of Arduino and how to surpass the learning barrier Lecture 4 Arduino to Atmel SAM4s Lecture 5 SAM4s Hardware Lecture 6 Cortex-M Instruction Set Section 3: IDE and hardware setup Lecture 7 Atmel Studio Installation Lecture 8 Setting up the SAM4s board in Atmel Studio Lecture 9 Reference documents Section 4: Learning the processor fundamentals Lecture 10 Programmers Model Lecture 11 Programmers Model - General Registers Lecture 12 Programmers Model - Special Registers Lecture 13 Exception Model Lecture 14 High level system overview and transitioning into peripherals Section 5: Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) Peripheral Lecture 15 Section Introduction Lecture 16 ADC Theory Lecture 17 Sample and Hold Circuit Simulation Section 6: Project 1 - ADC using Atmel Studio Framework Lecture 18 Introduction to the first project Lecture 19 Atmel Studio Framework (ASF) Setup Lecture 20 Writing the ADC setup function Lecture 21 Writing the ADC setup function - part 2 Lecture 22 Writing the ADC setup function - part 3 Lecture 23 Writing the Interrupt Handler and Running the Code Section 7: Project 2 - ADC using direct register access Lecture 24 Programming the ADC Control Register Lecture 25 Programming the ADC Mode Register Lecture 26 Programming the ADC Channel Enable and Interrupt Enable Registers Lecture 27 Compiling and running the code! Section 8: Project 3 - Temperature Sensing using ADCs Lecture 28 Project Introduction Lecture 29 Configuring the ADC to read the on-board temperature sensor Lecture 30 Measuring room temperature Lecture 31 Heat up the board and test the temperature sensor! Section 9: Challenge - Temperature Sensing Using Register Access Lecture 32 Your objective Lecture 33 Solution and source code Section 10: Closing Notes Lecture 34 Congratulations and thank you! 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  5. Published 06/2022 Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.13 GB | Duration: 24 lectures • 2h 9m Embedded Compiler Generate C and C code optimized for embedded systems. What you'll learn you will also learn how to use Simulink to create an embedded system that can be used in a project. you will learn how to automatically generate C code from a model. you will also learn how to create an embedded system that can be used in a project. you will learn how to automatically generate C code from a model. Requirements a basic understanding of accounting principles. laptop/ computer Knowledge of the C programming language. Description Introduction This course is designed to teach students how to use Simulink Embedded Coder to automatically generate C code from Simulink models. Students will learn how to configure the code generator, specify target hardware, and generate executable code. They will also learn how to debug and optimize embedded applications. Understanding how Embedded Coder works under the hood, and how to troubleshoot and optimize generated code Embedded Coder, and Embedded System prototyping tool, allows someone to understand its impact on subsystems and topologies during coding. you can learn how to optimize the generated code as necessary to preserve the efficiency of the Embedded System. Explore different aspects of code generation such as target hardware, compilation settings, and debugging embedded coder generates C and C++ code optimized for embedded systems by extending the capabilities offered by MATLAB coder in Simulink coder the generated code is ANSI and ISO C compliant so it can run on virtually any fixed or floating point-device and is particularly well-suited for applications that need to minimize memory usage or maximize speed you can replace the default code output with target-specific optimizations and customizations using code replacement libraries What will you learn in this course? Learn to Configure for Code Generation Learn Optimizing and Packaging Code Learn what is Simulink Learn about MatLab Learn what an Embedded coder is Learn How to Generate code for your MATLAB files and functions Learn to Select your processor and code generation output Course Outline Selecting Targets Working with Custom Data Optimizing and Packaging Code Commenting, Tracing, and Documenting Code Executing and Verifying Code Commenting, Tracing, and Documenting Code Executing and Verifying Code Automate your embedded software development process with Simulink and Coder. Enroll in the course now! Who this course is for This course is designed for students who have basic experience with computers. this can be for beginners who haas knowledge on basic c language this course is for Embedded Hobbyist this course is for engineers Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/simulink-matlab-embedded-coder-for-automatic-c-code-generation/ Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/659cb1d1dc30c0a0c852b5c30af4dead/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/b2277023c52286fa7d9aa108a70a6764/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part1.rar.html H4S https://hot4share.com/4cczpxeoa95u/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part2.rar.html https://hot4share.com/r55n44v44bxn/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part1.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/BA16F1B29F56861/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part2.rar https://nitro.download/view/FA6C2CCF41F8E9B/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part1.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/ee46a1e6Ae0317db/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/fc0d025FFaB1713a/ubkaj.Simulink.Embedded.Coder.for.Automatic.C.Code.Generation.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  6. Published 6/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 2.26 GB | Duration: 3h 0m PCB Design, Arduino, Testing, Programming What you'll learn What is PCB and the Design Software Schematic Design, PCB design, Manufacturing hardware and generating gerber files How to make a board based on Atmega microcontroller Soldering, Testing and Debugging the board Firmware and Arduino IDE How you can work on making this board step by step and work on real world projects What are the tools needed while working on embedded system Basic theory and real world examples Design Rule and electrical rules Testing of PCB board KiCAD 6, Arduino IDE and Freerouting software Also build projects on this board Understand the Hardware and software Requirements Basic knowledge of electronics Description Learn the most popular atmega328 microcontroller and design the Printed circuit board and work on real world examples. After completing this course you will be able to design your own custom board based on the arduino based microcontroller. You will aslo learn about component ordering, uploading gerber files and send it to the manufacturer, Testing the hardware board, uploading the code the board. Learn the KiCAD 6 Version.Learning Outcomes:1. What is PCB: PCB terminology and keywords. Understand the printed circuit board (PCB) and different layers in it. Types of PCBs based on different layers. Types of components present on the PCB and their size and shapes. Learn about the packages of the components.2. Schematic Design: Learn the schematic editor and how you can place and search for the components, Symbols used for different components. Pins and connection of the components, Work on Annotation and Electrical rules check. Assign footprint to the symbols used. How you can create the schematic section by section as power circuit, microcontroller circuit and USB to UART interface. Datasheet of the components and their mechanical dimensions. Communication protocols.3. PCB Layout and Routing: Basic setting of the editor, Placement of the components based on some rules, use the freerouting software to route the tracks, silkscreen layer, do the DRC(Design rule check). How you can solve the errors in DRC and how you can change the footprint. How you can work on different layers, board outline and 3D view of the PCBs.4. PCB Manufacturing: Generate the gerber files and upload this gerber files to the PCB Manufacturer. Also you will get to know on how PCB manufacturer provide the component procurement, assembly and soldering service.5. Soldering and Testing the PCB: Soldering and testing the circuits based on the schematic design. Understand through hole and SMD components. Tools which are essential for soldering and working on testing tools like multimeter and power supply.6. Uploading the code: Blink an onboard led by programming the atmega328 using the mini USB. 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  7. MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.87 GB | Duration: 3h 44m Learn ARM Cortex-M33 Trust Zone Security Concept What you'll learn ARM Cortex-M33 Trust Zone ARM Security Approach ARMv8M Architecture Embedded C ARM Assembly Embedded System Debugging Requirements Basic C Language NXP LPC55S69 Microcontroller Eval Board Description This Course is a guide for embedded arm Cortex-M33 Trust Zone programming.Taking this course will allow you to :Get familiar with cortex-M33 different hardware blocks and internal registersLow Level Programming of Cortex-M33 internal Registers, Modes/states switchingLow Level Debugging of C and Assembly CodeSAU (Security Attribution Unit) IDAU (Implementation Defined Attribution Unit)ARMv8M Trust Zone ImplementationInterrupt handling in ARMv8M ArchitectureBanked registers between security statesBasic Embedded C and Assembly Programming for Cortex-M33 Based PlatformGo through Microcontroller (LPC55S69) reference manual a well as armv8m reference manualUse MCU Expresso for DebuggingBasic Embedded System ProgrammingBy the end of this course you will be able to understand ARM Cortex-M33 Trust Zone Implementation and program your first Security based program running on Cortex-M33.Embedded System consist of the ability to find the location of the information that you need to configure specific hardware block or to understand some CPU functionality, with this course you will know where to look for such information and how to look for it.This Course is suitable for:For beginners who start searching for their own way on embedded system and ARM Based Security PlatformsStudents trying to have better understanding of Cortex-M33 Trust Zone functionalityProfessionals Trying to extend their knowledge on ARMv8M Trust Zone ImplementationWill be my pleasure to answer any question and don't hesitate to get back to me :) Who this course is for Beginner interested to ARM Security Approach,Embedded Developer interested to learn Cortex-M33 Trust Zone Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/arm-cortex-m33-trust-zone Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/1fda6abf23e536e3543ecc2dbc982188/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part2.rar.html https://rapidgator.net/file/eab53b23c5165505e293cb829336f3fe/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part1.rar.html H4S https://hot4share.com/ils2waekn8rp/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part1.rar.html https://hot4share.com/mj7emnvjj56s/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part2.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) https://nitro.download/view/8C1A64112C46A92/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part2.rar https://nitro.download/view/EFB613967C59821/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part1.rar [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/42567C3aC6A2c43d/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part1.rar https://uploadgig.com/file/download/b36A634d5fA15eab/zcldr.Embedded.Arm.CortexM33.Trust.Zone.part2.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
  8. Published 06/2022 MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 55 lectures (13h 31m) | Size: 6.94 GB No Libraries used, Professional CMSIS Standard,RTC,IWDG,WWDG, DMA_ADC,DMA_I2C,DMA_SPI,DMA_UART,DMA_PWM What you'll learn Write firmware using only bare-metal embedded-c Write DMA Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) drivers using bare-metal embedded-c Write DMA PWM drivers using bare-metal embedded-c Write DMA UART drivers using bare-metal embedded-c Write DMA SPI drivers using bare-metal embedded-c Write DMA I2C drivers using bare-metal embedded-c Develop proficiency in your embedded development skills and confidently take the next steps Requirements No programming experience needed - I'll teach you everything you need to know. We shall be using the STM32 IDE which is FREE. Description Are you tired of Copying and Pasting code you don't understand? With a programming based approach, this course is designed to give you a solid foundation in bare-metal firmware development for ARM-based microcontrollers . The goal of this course is to teach you how to navigate the microcontroller reference manual and datasheet to extract the right information to professionally build peripheral drivers and firmware. To achieve this goal, no libraries are used in this course, purely bare-metal embedded-c and register manipulations. Still keeping it simple, this course comes in different ARM Cortex-M development boards so that students can put the techniques to practice using an ARM Cortex-M development board of their choice. This version of the course uses the STMicroelectronics STM32F4-NUCLEO which has an ARM Cortex-M4 microcontoller. So with that understood, let me tell you. 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For me it is much easier from now to develop code because I undertstand the base behind, so I'm more confident and more experienced to develop and debug the code. Really, this course is very useful to link the hardware knowledge with the coding skills. This fills the gap between them. Thanks for it! :)" A third student "I am a professional semiconductor chipset application engineer with 30 years in global embedded product design in system applications. I can say this teacher is very straight forward by sharing his many years knowledge to the students with his true heart. Yes. I love his teaching pace and style!" Taken by 5000+ Students with 1000+ Reviews If at least one of the following applies to you then keep reading if not then simply skip this course " Escape From " Copying/Pasting code you don't understand Using third party libraries and header files like HAL, LL and StdPeriph Experiencing bugs you don't understand Being afraid of technical documentations like the reference manual and datasheet of the chip Imposter syndrome " Arrive At " Building every single line of code from scratch by writing to the microcontroller's memory space directly. Using No third party libraries or header files Understanding and writing every single line of code yourself- no Copy/Paste Using the debugger effectively to analyze and resolve any bugs Developing proficiency in your embedded development skills and confidently take the next steps So like I said, there's more than just getting each piece of code to work. Here's an overview of what you're getting... Analyzing the chip documentations Before developing the firmware for any chip you have to learn how to read the documentation provided by the chip manufacturer. Defining Peripheral address All components on the microcontroller have an address range. To write to a component or read from a component you need to locate its address range in the documentation and properly define the addresses in your code. Creating registers from the address The addresses in the address range of a component represent the registers of that component. To access these registers you have effectively typecast the addresses. Understanding CMSIS Cortex-Microcontroller Interface Standard (CMSIS)CMSIS is a standard developed by Arm for all Cortex-Microcontrollers. This is the standard used in professional firmware development But it gets better because you're also getting. 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Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 7.06 GB | Duration: 42 lectures • 19h 45m Automotive Embedded Systems & Applications - vehicle informatics & control, components, car comm, CAN & LIN, TTP, ZigBee What you'll learn Understand the Automotive landscape & Automotive Embedded Systems Learn about Embedded Systems application in Automotive Industry Identify Automotive Safety Standards Understand Vehicle Informatics Learn Serial Interfaces, CAN & LIN Bus Protocols, TTL FLEXRAY Understand the key Components of Automotive Systems Deep-dive into Vehicle Control and Car Communication Technologies Describe Wireless Networking Technologies, Bluetooth Security, Bluetooth Low Energy concepts Learn how ZigBee 802.15.4 is used in Automotive Industry Get introduced to Context Aware Wearable Devices Define Input Output Interfacing and Network Interface Cards Learn about Internet Standardization Understand Jini Architecture Define IEEE 1394 Standards Learn MOST Architecture, Specifications, Application Framework, Protocols Learn MOST Physical Layer, Network & Fault Management, Network Diagnostics, Network Services, Network Interface Controller Understand MOST Tools, Compliance Tests, Testing of MOST based infotainment Systems Learn MOST150 series, MOST150 Migration, Manufacturing and Processing of MOST Components Requirements Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world! Description A warm welcome to the Automotive Embedded Systems & Applications course by Uplatz. An embedded system is an electronic or computer system which is designed to control, access the data in electronics based systems. This system includes a single chip microcontroller such as cortex, ARM and also microprocessors, FPGAs, DSPs, and ASICs. Nowadays the usage of embedded systems is widespread. But the software that is programmed into the microcontroller is capable of solving only a limited range of problems. Embedded systems have a huge variety of applications that varies from low to high-cost consumer electronics to industrial equipment, medical devices to weapon control systems, aerospace systems and entertainment devices to academic equipment, and so on. Embedded systems span all features of our present life. Embedded systems are being extensively used in Automotive industry. Embedded Systems have taken total control on automobiles. From small wiper controls to large and complicated anti-lock brake controls, everything in automobiles is under control of Embedded System. Electronic Control Units ECU is being used in automobiles. ECU consist of microcontroller and digital signal processors. Mercedes, BMW cars and other lavish vehicles make use of a variety of controllers used in Embedded Systems. An advanced embedded system in automobiles has increased rapidly in the past two decades. Every year automobile manufacturers pack embedded systems into their cars for different functionalities like ignition, security and audio systems. The technological innovations of the embedded system within the vehicle are being ambitiously challenged to make the vehicle energy efficient, network savvy and safer. In 1968, the Volkswagen used first embedded system in the automobile industry. Today, a typical automobile on the road has computer controlled electronic systems, and the most commonly used embedded systems in a vehicle include Airbags, anti-lock braking system, black box, adaptive cruise control, drive by wire, satellite radio, telematics, emission control, traction control, automatic parking, in-vehicle entertainment systems, night vision, heads up display, back up collision sensors, navigational systems, tyre pressure monitor, climate control, etc. Some of the key areas where the embedded systems are currently used in automobiles Black box Airbags Drive by wire Adaptive cruise control Anti-lock braking system Telematics Automatic parking Satellite radio Tyre pressure monitor Traction control In-vehicle entertainment system Navigational Systems Night vision Backup collision sensors Heads up display Emission control Climate control An embedded system plays a key role in automobiles due to its flexibility as well as versatility. The electronics revolution has controlled within the design of automobiles like the fuel ignition, protection of power train crash, etc. An embedded system used in automobiles can assist in pollution control, system monitoring, etc. At present, the microcontrollers used in automobiles mainly depend on the vehicle. For example, a normal vehicle includes around 30 -35 whereas some luxury vehicles include 70 - 75 microcontrollers. The auto industry has a complex supply chain, so compliance with standards is easier to manage than individual, very detailed specifications. This Automotive Embedded Systems Applications course by Uplatz covers comprehensively the description of automotive landscape, safety standards, vehicle informatics, components of automotive systems and serial interfaces followed by embedded systems & applications within the automotive industry such as CAN and LIN Bus protocol, TTP FLEXRAY, vehicle control, car communication using Bluetooth, wireless networking technologies, ZigBee, Bluetooth security, etc. This Embedded Systems in Automotive industry course also touches upon the context aware wearable devices. 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  10. Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 3.20 GB | Duration: 17 lectures * 9h 41m Automotive Embedded Systems & Applications - vehicle informatics & control, components, car comm, CAN & LIN, TTP, ZigBee What you'll learn Understand the Automotive landscape & Automotive Embedded Systems Learn about embedded systems applications in automotive industry Identify automotive safety standards Understand vehicle informatics Learn serial interfaces, CAN & LIN bus protocols, TTL FLEXRAY Understand the key components of automotive systems Deep-dive into vehicle control, car communication technologies Describe wireless networking technologies, Bluetooth security, Bluetooth low energy concepts Learn how ZigBee 802.15.4 is used in automotive industry Get introduced to context aware wearable devices Requirements Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world! Description A warm welcome to the Automotive Embedded Systems & Applications course by Uplatz. An embedded system is an electronic or computer system which is designed to control, access the data in electronics based systems. This system includes a single chip microcontroller such as cortex, ARM and also microprocessors, FPGAs, DSPs, and ASICs. Nowadays the usage of embedded systems is widespread. But the software that is programmed into the microcontroller is capable of solving only a limited range of problems. Embedded systems have a huge variety of applications that varies from low to high-cost consumer electronics to industrial equipment, medical devices to weapon control systems, aerospace systems and entertainment devices to academic equipment, and so on. Embedded systems span all features of our present life. Embedded systems are being extensively used in Automotive industry. Embedded Systems have taken total control on automobiles. From small wiper controls to large and complicated anti-lock brake controls, everything in automobiles is under control of Embedded System. Electronic Control Units ECU is being used in automobiles. ECU consist of microcontroller and digital signal processors. Mercedes, BMW cars and other lavish vehicles make use of a variety of controllers used in Embedded Systems. An advanced embedded system in automobiles has increased rapidly in the past two decades. Every year automobile manufacturers pack embedded systems into their cars for different functionalities like ignition, security and audio systems. The technological innovations of the embedded system within the vehicle are being ambitiously challenged to make the vehicle energy efficient, network savvy and safer. In 1968, the Volkswagen used first embedded system in the automobile industry. Today, a typical automobile on the road has computer controlled electronic systems, and the most commonly used embedded systems in a vehicle include Airbags, anti-lock braking system, black box, adaptive cruise control, drive by wire, satellite radio, telematics, emission control, traction control, automatic parking, in-vehicle entertainment systems, night vision, heads up display, back up collision sensors, navigational systems, tyre pressure monitor, climate control, etc. Some of the key areas where the embedded systems are currently used in automobiles Black box Airbags Drive by wire Adaptive cruise control Anti-lock braking system Telematics Automatic parking Satellite radio Tyre pressure monitor Traction control In-vehicle entertainment system Navigational Systems Night vision Backup collision sensors Heads up display Emission control Climate control An embedded system plays a key role in automobiles due to its flexibility as well as versatility. The electronics revolution has controlled within the design of automobiles like the fuel ignition, protection of power train crash, etc. An embedded system used in automobiles can assist in pollution control, system monitoring, etc. At present, the microcontrollers used in automobiles mainly depend on the vehicle. For example, a normal vehicle includes around 30 -35 whereas some luxury vehicles include 70 - 75 microcontrollers. The auto industry has a complex supply chain, so compliance with standards is easier to manage than individual, very detailed specifications. 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Today, the demand for capable embedded systems are on the rise as modern applications such as machine learning make their way into consumer devices. A kernel is the core of an operating system that manages the operations of the computer and its hardware, especially the memory and CPU. In other words, the kernel is the interface between software and hardware. Why Embedded Linux? Embedded Linux provides flexible, low-cost, open-source environment and gets adapted to specific-purpose microprocessors. Compared to proprietary embedded operating systems, Linux allows multiple software, development, and support vendors; it has a stable kernel and provides the ability to read, modify, and redistribute source code. 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  13. MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 14 lectures (10h) | Size: 2.68 GB Learn C Programming for Embedded Systems. Take a deep-dive into C language and learn how to apply it to Embedded Systems What you'll learn C for Embedded Systems - introduction & basic data types Learn basic concepts of E and Embedded C programming Deep-dive into C programming Deep-dive into Embedded C programming Understand Embedded C preprocessing Define C Traps & Pitfalls Discover the secrets of printf in C Learn standard C and Embedded C libraries Requirements Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world! Description A warm welcome to the C and Embedded C Programming course by Uplatz The C Standards Committee created the Embedded C as a collection of language extensions for the C programming language to address commonality concerns that emerge with C extensions for various embedded systems. It's used to create microcontroller programming software Fixed-point arithmetic, named address spaces, and essential I/O hardware addressing are all characteristics not accessible in normal C. In simple words, Embedded C is a set of language extensions for the C programming language by the C Standards Committee to address commonality issues that exist between C extensions for different embedded systems. C is a general-purpose programming language that is frequently used to create desktop programs of all types. Dennis Ritchie created it to design the operating system as a system programming language. Low-level memory access, a basic set of keywords, and a clean style are all properties of the C programming language that make it suited for system programming such as OS or compiler development. In its natural state, it employs a native platform development strategy, meaning that the application's development is platform-dependent and limited to a single platform. Embedded C is a microcontroller-based programming language that is an extension of the C language. I/O Hardware Addressing, fixed-point arithmetic operations, accessing address spaces, and other features distinguish the Embedded C language from traditional C programming. The Basic Structures of an Embedded C Program are organized in five tiers. Embedded C is unarguably the most popular languages among Embedded Programmers for programming Embedded Systems. There are many popular programming languages like Assembly, BASIC, C++, Python etc. that are often used for developing Embedded Systems but Embedded C remains popular due to its efficiency, less development time and portability. An Embedded System can be best described as a system which has both the hardware and software and is designed to do a specific task. Some examples of the embedded systems in a modern-age car are Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Temperature Monitoring System, Automatic Climate Control, Tire Pressure Monitoring System, Engine Oil Level Monitor, etc. Embedded Systems consists of both hardware and software. If we consider a simple Embedded System, the primary hardware module is the Processor. The Processor is the heart of the Embedded System and it can be anything like a Microprocessor, Microcontroller, DSP, CPLD (Complex Programmable Logic Device) or an FPGA (Field Programmable Gated Array). All these devices have one thing in common: they are programmable i.e., we can write a program (which is the software part of the Embedded System) to define how the device actually works. Embedded software/program allows hardware to monitor external events (Inputs / Sensors) and control external devices (outputs) accordingly. 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This course on C and Embedded C Programming explains how to use C in embedded systems. This course teaches delegates how to program a contemporary embedded microcontroller utilizing real-time development tools, in addition to providing them a thorough understanding of the C programming language. The C Programming for Embedded Systems course is designed to provide you with real-world coding experience as well as hands-on project work using ARM-based microcontrollers. You'll learn how to create embedded software applications and handle software configuration management. This C and Embedded C programming course is for everyone, whether you're a student or a working professional wishing to change careers. The Embedded C course gives a step-by-step approach to mastering the C programming language for novices. 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  16. MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz Language: English | Size: 1.53 GB | Duration: 4h 16m Get to know the inner workings of the RISC-V architecture. What you'll learn How to design an embedded system of your own. The steps to take when you have an embedded system in mind. Tips and tricks in several steps of the design and implementation process. How the RISC-V architecture is organized. The RISC-V philosophy. Requirements Be comfortable with digital or analog electronic circuits. Have some basic experience with schematic diagrams. Be able to create embedded applications using either a microcontroller or an FPGA. Description Learn about the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture by creating applications in an actual RISC-V microcontroller! See many applications developed on a RISC-V embedded microcontroller board. We've chosen an inexpensive board so you may follow along if you want. This course is part of a hands-on curriculum where you'll get some basic experience on the design and development of embedded applications using a RISC-V core. This curriculum contains the following courses Part 1: The RISCV ISA. Where you'll learn about the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture. Part 2: Embedded Applications. Where you'll learn how to create basic applications using the on-chip peripherals. Part 3: Real Time Operating Systems. Where you'll learn how to create RTOS applications with an industry standard RTOS. Part 4: The Journey inside an RTOS. Where you'll learn how an RTOS works, now that you know how to use them. The purpose of this first course is to get you acquainted with the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture, covering the following topics, and more About RISC-V The RISC philosophy. The RISC-V foundation. The RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture Details. CPU Registers. Addressing Modes. The Modular Instruction Set Variants. Base (Integer) Instruction Set. Multiplication Instruction Set. Atomic Operation Instruction Set. Compressed Instruction Set. Floating Point Instruction Set. Hands-On Boot Camp The GD32 Board, by Seeed Studio Segger Embedded Studio Creating a Project Compiling your Code Debugging Disassembled Code Who this course is for Hobbyists who want to get their ideas in a professional board. Engineering students who want to create professional applications. Makers who have created custom applications in a development board, and want to take this expertise to the next level. Homepage https://www.udemy.com/course/riscv-isa/ https://hot4share.com/ai3pkzezdimi/hs6t5.E.F.w.R.P.1.T.R.I.rar.html [b]Download (Uploadgig)[/b] https://uploadgig.com/file/download/80d1F32856E09a04/hs6t5.E.F.w.R.P.1.T.R.I.rar Download ( Rapidgator ) https://rapidgator.net/file/b8c87aa7c323eb0d190e3d57d56b4fac/hs6t5.E.F.w.R.P.1.T.R.I.rar.html Download ( NitroFlare ) http://nitro.download/view/A2F2407E573A3E3/hs6t5.E.F.w.R.P.1.T.R.I.rar Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction
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This Embedded Systems & Engineering training will provide you an opportunity to learn about the skills required to be any one of the Embedded engineers and hence will give you direction on how to become an Embedded engineer or test engineer, or any of the titles mentioned above. You will acquire knowledge on Embedded Hardware Development and its complexities through this Embedded Systems, Engineering, and MATLAB course. An Embedded system is a controller, which controls many other electronic devices. It is a combination of embedded hardware and software. An Embedded System is an integrated system which is formed as an combination of computer hardware and software for a specific function. It can be said as a dedicated computer system which has been developed for some particular reason. Embedded systems work independently or are attached to a larger system to work on few specific functions. These embedded systems can work without human intervention or with a little human intervention. There are two types of embedded systems microprocessors and micro-controller. Getting to market with in-demand IoT applications requires embedded systems designed for rapid development, flexibility and scale, along with a complement of devices, tools, documentation and support. MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. MATLAB (short for matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and proprietary programming language developed by MathWorks, a leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists. Intended primarily for numerical computing, MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization and numeric computation. Some of the key areas where MATLAB is used: Math and computation Algorithm development Modeling, simulation, and prototyping Data analysis, exploration, and visualization Scientific and engineering graphics Application development, including Graphical User Interface building System vs. Embedded System Basically a system is a set of interrelated parts/components which are designed/developed to perform a common tasks or to do some specific work for which it has been created. Thus a system is an arrangement in which all its unit assemble work together according to a set of rules. It can also be defined as a way of working, organizing or doing one or many tasks according to a fixed plan. Embedded means something that is attached to another thing. An embedded system can be thought of as a computer hardware system having software embedded in it. An embedded system is a microcontroller or microprocessor based system which is designed to perform a specific task. For example, a fire alarm is an embedded system; it will sense only smoke. Main components of Embedded systems are - Hardware (hard-wired components) Software (application software) Firmware or Real Time Operating system (RTOS) that supervises the application software and provide mechanism to let the processor run a process as per scheduling by following a plan to control the latencies. Examples of embedded systems are - Digital watches Washing Machine Toys Televisions Digital phones Laser Printer Cameras Industrial machines Electronic Calculators Automobiles Medical Equipment Engineers and scientists across the globe use MATLAB to analyze and design systems and products currently transforming our world. The programming language is found in automobile active safety systems, interplanetary spacecraft, health monitoring devices, smart power grids and LTE cellular networks. The platform is optimized for machine learning, signal processing, image processing, computer vision, communications, computational finance, control design, robotics and other mathematical operations. 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