ARM 7 Training Courses
Embedded System Design and Programming (embedded C) using ARM 7(32 bit) Microcontroller:
Course code: CITL-ARM-01
Length: 2 days
Course description - see below
Training Course Detail
A course tailored and designed to deliver sound theoretical and practical skills in the field of ARM based embedded systems. You will gain specialist knowledge understanding the architecture of ARM7 to establish as a leader in the industry.
You can then choose from a wide range of optional modules encompassing computing, engineering and digital media processing. It may also be possible for you to undertake a 'real-world' project in an industrial placement or work alongside the Faculty's research teams (eg Automation, mobile and wireless).
An intensive four day course covering the advanced aspects of the embedded C programming for the real-time embedded programmer using ARM based controllers.
- To become comfortable with the advanced aspects of the embedded C programming language
- To gain an in-depth knowledge on what is happening at compile, link and runtime on a target processor
- To introduce good quality and style for real-time embedded programming
- To gain hands-on experiences of programming up interrupts and real-time operating systems.
What you will learn:
- Advanced aspects of the C programming language
- The traps and pitfalls of the language (e.g. structure packing, dynamic memory, etc.)
- Compile, link, and run-time memory models
- MISRA-C guidelines
- What parts of C should and should not be used in real-time embedded systems programming.
- A good grasp of the fundamentals of C
Who Should Attend:
The course is designed for engineers who want to improve their grounding and understanding of the C programming language. It is specifically aimed at issues relevant to real-time embedded software engineers.
- Four days
The course workshop uses the Keil micro-vision 3 and the ARM based LPC2129 microcontroller as a target for the hands-on sessions. Exercises are designed to stretch attendees’ abilities and explore subtleties of the language. A good working knowledge of the C programming language is essential as some of the exercises involve extensive programming.
Introduction Program Structure
Introduction Program Structure
- Introduction to Embedded systems.
- Exposure to different architectures (RISC vs. CISC).
- Why ARM 7? (Advantages, philosophy, architecture).
ARM 7 family
The RISC architecture of ARM 7 family micro controller.
Introduction To ARM 7 mic
Using Keil micro-vision 3 as a programmers editor Working with Make files Configuring hyperterminal for serial data handling (UART) Understanding ARM 7 instruction set.
C programming for ARM 7 Machine Code Burning Techniques and Software’s.
Hardware interfacing and Programming In embedded c of following External and On Chip Devices with ARM 7 microcontrollers.
Using simulators, debuggers
Registers and different modes of operation
Exploring microcontroller board features
Hardware interfacing and Programming In embedded c of following External and On Chip Devices with ARM 7 microcontrollers:
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