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- Blackfin STAMP BSP [45 min]
- This tutorial will review the features of the Blackfin processor and discuss the development environment for the Blackfin board with uClinux.
- Applied Micro
- UC3B Hands-on Introduction [ min]
In this episode, we give an introduction to developing with the UC3B in AVR32 Studio.
You will get an introductory presentation, before you sit down to work through the hands-on section.
NB! Some elements of this video are too small for successful viewing in the online flash player. Download the Quicktime H.264 version for better viewing (below the player). This also allows you to use the convenient chapter function of QuickTime.
- Debugging with JTAGICEmkII [ min]
In this episode, we give an intruction to debugging with AVR Studio and the JTAGICEmkII.
Both JTAG and debugWIRE is touched, and a few common mistakes are presented at the end. NB! Some elements of this video are too small for successful viewing in the online flash player. Download the Quicktime H.264 version for better viewing (below the player).
- STK500 [ min]
- In this episode, we present a basic introduction to the STK500 and its functions.
- Special:AVR32 Studio Software Framework in a minute [ min]
- In this short AVR TV special, we show you how to create a reasonably sensible project with AVR32 Studio and the Software Framework, and program it into an EVK1100.
- AT91SAM7X/XC Flash-based Microcontrollers [60 min]
- This tutorial will introduce Atmels ARM7-based microcontrollers. You will learn about the AT91SAM7X and the AT91SAM7XC Flash based microcontrollers, understand the block diagram on the SAM7X and SAM7XC family of microcontrollers
- Showcasing the Low-Power Features of SAM4L Microcontrollers with the SAM4L-EK [7 min]
- This video overview is of Atmel´s SAM4L low-power microcontrollers (MCU), based on the ARM Cortex-M4 core. SAM4L MCUs operate at 90uA/MHz and achieve an efficiency rating of 28 CoreMark/mA. The devices feature an array of power-saving technologies, including Atmel´s proprietary picoPower technology. You´ll see a demo using the SAM4L-EK evaluation kit.
- ATmega128RFA1 Wireless MCU (Non-audio) [20 min]
- ATmega128RFA1 Wireless MCU (with Audio) [20 min]
- ATtiny43U Overview (with Audio) [10 min]
- ATtiny43U Overview (Non-audio) [10 min]
- AVR EVK1105 Digital Audio Gateway Kit (with Audio) [15 min]
- AVR EVK1105 Digital Audio Gateway Kit (Non-audio) [15 min]
- AVR UC3 Audio Application (with Audio) [5 min]
- AVR UC3 Audio Application (Non-audio) [5 min]
- MCU Product Line Introduction (with Audio) [15 min]
- MCU Product Line Introduction (Non-audio) [15 min]
- MCU Wireless Solutions Product Line Introduction (with Audio) [25 min]
- MCU Wireless Solutions Product Line Introduction (Non-audio) [25 min]
- picoPower™ Technology (with Audio) [10 min]
- picoPower™ Technology (Non-Audio) [10 min]
- PIR Camera Sensor Solution Using theSAM3S Series (with Audio) [10 min]
- PIR Camera Sensor Solution Using theSAM3S Series (Non-audio) [10 min]
- QTouch - Create your own Touch Application (with Audio) [5 min]
- QTouch - Create your own Touch Application (Non-audio) [5 min]
- SAM9 MPU Boot Solutions & Application Deployment (with Audio) [20 min]
- SAM9 MPU Boot Solutions & Application Deployment (Non-audio) [20 min]
- SAM9G45 and SAM9M10 Architecture Overview (with Audio) [10 min]
- SAM9G45 and SAM9M10 Architecture Overview (Non-audio) [10 min]
- SAM9G46 and SAM9M11 Cryptographic Peripherals-SHA Hash Function Peripheral (with Audio) [5 min]
- SAM9G46 and SAM9M11 Cryptographic Peripherals-SHA Hash Function Peripheral (Non-audio) [5 min]
- SAM9G46 and SAM9M11 Cryptographic Peripherals - Part Two (with Audio) [10 min]
- SAM9G46 and SAM9M11 Cryptographic Peripherals - Part Two (Non-audio) [10 min]
- SAM9G46 and SAM9M11 Cryptographic Peripherals - Part One (with Audio) [10 min]
- SAM9G46 and SAM9M11 Cryptographic Peripherals - Part One (Non-audio) [10 min]
- SAM9M10 Hardware Video Decoder Post Processing Engine Features (with Audio) [5 min]
- SAM9M10 Hardware Video Decoder Post Processing Engine Features (Non-audio) [5 min]
- SAM9M10 Hardware Video Decoder Features (with Audio) [10 min]
- SAM9M10 Hardware Video Decoder Features (Non-audio) [10 min]
- SAM3U Peripherals and Power Management Overview (with Audio) [15 min]
- SAM3U Peripherals and Power Management Overview (Non-audio) [15 min]
- SAM3U Cortex-M3 Based MCU Introduction (with Audio) [15 min]
- SAM3U Cortex-M3 Based MCU Introduction (Non-audio) [15 min]
- Cortex®-M3 Introduction and Specific SAM3U Implementation (with Audio) [10 min]
- Cortex®-M3 Introduction and Specific SAM3U Implementation (Non-audio) [10 min]
- AVR® UC3 Introduction (with Audio) [10 min]
- AVR® UC3 Introduction (Non-audio) [10 min]
- AVR XMEGA USB Connectivity (with Audio) [10 min]
- AVR XMEGA USB Connectivity (Non-audio) [10 min]
- Atmel® Touch Solutions on the Atmel ARM® Cortex®-M3 Based Flash Microcontrollers (with Audio) [5 min]
- Atmel® Touch Solutions on the Atmel ARM® Cortex®-M3 Based Flash Microcontrollers (Non-audio) [5 min]
- In-System Programming in Atmel Studio 6 [8 min]
- Get an introduction into in-system programming in Atmel Studio 6. This video walks you through the key steps using an example project.
- TrueSTUDIO® for ARM [8 min]
- Atollic TrueSTUDIO® is the premier C/C++ development tool for embedded systems development and includes an optimizing C/C++ compiler and multiprocessor-aware debugger with tracing support as well as features for team collaboration, graphical modeling and design, code review and review meetings.
- TruSTUDIO IDE part 1 [17 min]
- How to create and manage projects using TruSTUDIO
- TrueSTUDIO IDE part 2 [26 min]
- How to create and manage projects using TrueSTUDIO
- Code Coverage Analysis [23 min]
- This video tutorial demonstrate how to use the TrueANALYZER (MC/DC-level, aircraft-grade) code coverage analysis module which is available for some TrueSTUDIO products:
- Source Code Review [20 min]
- This video tutorial demonstrate how to use the integrated features for source code review and code review meetings:
- Product Tutorials [20 min]
- A series of videos that show how to use the products
- Introduction to PSoC [20 min]
- In this tutorial we will first take a look at the PSoC marketplace. Then, we will review the major advantages of using PSoC over traditional solutions and how it helps embedded designers.Finally we will examine the block diagram of a basic PSoC device,
- Introduction to PSoC Designer [20 min]
- This tutorial is designed to quickly provide the necessary training to take advantage of PSoC technology, develop embedded applications for fast time to market, and introduce the PSoC Designer IDE.
- Breaking Bit Boundaries— Introducing the Freescale Flexis™ Series [ min]
Breaking Bit Boundaries?Introducing the Freescale Flexis? Series It’s an industry first?Freescale is introducing the Flexis? MCU Series?the 8- to 32-bit connection point on the Freescale Controller Continuum, where complimentary families of S08 and ColdFire V1 microcontrollers share a common set of peripherals and development tools to deliver the ultimate in migration flexibility. The first members of the Flexis series are the QE devices which offer unprecedented pin, peripheral and tool compatibility between 8-bit and 32-bit. Register for this webcast to get an overview of the Flexis QE family including:
- The Freescale Controller Continuum
- Flexis? MCU Series
- 8-bit S08QE and 32-bit QE features and benefits
- Possible applications
- Ultra-low-power benefits
- Easy-to-use development tools
As a special promotion and for a limited time, after viewing this webcast, the first 128 people to order the demo board will receive 50% off the DEMOQE128 demonstration board. Get started now.
- ColdFire Embedded Voice Solution [ min]
Freescale has introduced an embedded VoIP reference platform solution designed to speed time to market for industrial embedded voice applications using VoIP. Developed in collaboration with Arcturus Networks Inc., the solution is available as an evaluation and development kit, a ready-to-use module, or a microcontroller (MCU) and software combination for integration into a customer’s hardware and software product. The comprehensive hardware and software solution is ideal for residential, industrial and commercial embedded voice using VoIP applications, such as intercom systems used in residential, commercial and industrial settings. View this webcast and receive 50% off the M53281KIT VoIP Development System.*
*One coupon per person.
Get your designs on the Controller Continuum Fast Track.
- Save your energy - Flexis™ Ultra-low-power 8-bit S08QE128 MCU [ min]
It's ultra-low-power and an industry first?Freescale introduced the Flexis? QE family which offers unprecedented pin, peripheral and tool compatibility between 8-bit S08 and 32-bit ColdFire V1 microcontrollers. The 8-bit MC9S08QE128 is Freescale's first S08 with 128K flash and is packed with peripherals that maximize performance while minimizing your power consumption. Register for this webcast for a deep dive on the S08QE including:
- Learn about the challenges and solutions for 8-bit users
- Discover S08QE features and benefits
- Maximize performance while minimizing your power
- Explore application use cases
- Receive a special offer and learn more
Learn how this device can save energy for your system and you!
- Designing for your World - ColdFire Flexis™ QE Microcontrollers [ min]
You can have it all?integration and performance. The Flexis? ColdFire? V1 QE controllers were designed with increased integration and performance to meet the rigorous requirements of today’s consumer and industrial markets. The 32-bit MCF51QE128 features ultra-low-power peripherals to support battery operation and reduce overall power consumption. These devices are also cost efficient to help reduce overall system costs. Register for this webcast for a deeper look at the MC51QE128:
- Learn about the challenges and solutions for 32-bit users
- Discover MCF51QE128 features and benefits
- Learn to balance performance and low power
- Maximize performance while minimizing your power
- Explore application use cases
- Receive a special offer and learn more
Learn about the Flexis ColdFire devices which offer a wide range of devices with a combination of low power, connectivity, security, and performance.
- MC9S08LC Family Electricity Meter Reference Design [ min]
- Freescale’s LC60 MCUs provide a system-on-chip solution that enables high segment count LCD applications while offering low-power operation, ideal for metering devices. The LC60 family combines a high-performance, low-voltage S08 MCU core (operating at 1.8V-3.6V) with an LCD driver module, a rich set of communications peripherals, dual flash memory arrays and an integrated programmable timer. This high level of integration helps reduce total system cost and board space by providing a configurable, flexible single-chip solution that minimizes the need for external display driver, memory and timing components and eliminates the need for off-chip EEPROM. View the webcast to learn more and receive $25 (USD) off the suggested resale price for the DEMO9S08LC60 demo board.
- Freescale's World Class USB Portfolio - Easing the Migration from Serial Communication to USB [ min]
Freescale offers a full breadth of 32-bit MCUs to accommodate the growing requirement for embedded serial connectivity via USB in industrial and consumer products.
Learn about our recently introduced USB products?the ColdFire? MCF5221x, MCF5222x and MCF5253 devices. Whether your design is for point-of-sale, medical instrumentation, security systems or another next-generation application, Freescale has a USB-enabled part for you. By providing everything you need, Freescale's complete hardware and software solution eases the pain of migrating serial applications to USB.
View this webcast, and receive a 50% discount off the suggested resale price of $119 (USD) for the M52221DEMO demo board.
- Creating a Connected World - Freescale’s Ethernet Solutions [0 min]
Connecting 32-bit controlled applications in the industrial, commercial and consumer markets is fast becoming a necessity rather than an option. Many new applications, such as remote data collection, home automation and networked appliances, require secure, high-performance connectivity at an economical price. Freescale gives design engineers the flexibility to choose the right 32-bit Ethernet MCU or MPU from a broad portfolio of ColdFire? embedded controllers.
This webcast features the ColdFire MCF5223x family with 10/100 Fast Ethernet controller (FEC) + PHY in a single-chip solution and the more highly integrated ColdFire MCF537x/2x cost-effective USB On-The-Go device with an LCD controller and 10/100 FEC.
Attend the webcast to learn more and get the M52233DEMO demonstration board with Plug-in ZigBee? daughter card and kit, including a CD ROM, power supply and Ethernet crossover cable for a discounted price of $50 USD (suggested resale price is $99 USD).
- Developing Complete System Solutions with the MCF532x [10 min]
- The MCF532x ColdFire Processor family enables you to expand your control, security and connectivity options with one device. The MCF532x family with the integrated LCD controller takes industrial control efficiency to the next level. Learn how to enhance your system with these LCD processors, use the integrated connectivity and security features to expand system functionality and develop systems that share information in a connected environment. Get your designs on the Controller Continuum Fast Track. View the rest of our series of Freescale eeTECHbriefs at eetechbrief.com under MPU/MCU events.
- Save Your Energy Flexis™ Ultra-low-power S08 & ColdFire MCUs [ min]
Taking the Lead in Low Power?The Flexis? series 8-bit and ColdFire? MCUs You can have it all?integration and performance. The Flexis? series controllers were designed with increased integration and performance to address the rigorous requirements of today’s consumer and industrial markets. The 8-bit and 32-bit ColdFire? V1 QE128 MCUs feature ultra-low-power peripherals to support battery operation and reduce overall power consumption. The MCF51QE128 is also the connection point to the 8-bit S08 architecture in the Controller Continuum and is your entry point into the entire family of ColdFire devices, developed for industrial markets that require exceptional connectivity and control features.
Take an in-depth look at Flexis controllers, particularly the ColdFire MCF51QE128 including:
- Challenges and solutions for designing with low power
- Maximizing performance while minimizing your power
- Testing it for yourself with the low power battery calculator
- Resources and demo kit special offer
First 500 registrants to register for and complete the webcast get a complementary DEMOQE128 board (shipping charges not included in offer).
- Freescale's 8-bit USB MCU solution — S08JM60 family [ min]
Need an integrated, easy-to-use USB solution for fast development?
Freescale has introduced the S08JM60 family of microcontrollers, designed to speed time to market for your USB applications. The eight devices in this growing family feature up to 60 Kbytes of flash memory, a full speed USB 2.0 device controller and a 12-channel, 12-bit analog-to-digital converter. The S08JM60 family also has several system protection features, such as low-voltage detect and a Computer Operating Properly (COP) module. These features make the USB devices ideal for low-end industrial control applications that require high reliability and connectivity, such as PC peripherals, building and lighting control systems, testing and measurement equipment, and medical monitoring devices.
Freescale also offers extensive USB application notes and a complimentary USB-Lite stack by CMX. Source code for the USB stack is also available.
View this webcast today to see how the S08JM60 family offers a complete USB solution for your application. Get 50 percent off the DEMOJMSKT JM60 Evaluation System by completing the webcast. *
- More Control, Connectivity and Performance for Industrial Applications Introducing the MCF5227x LCD [14 min] [ min]
Freescale ColdFire? LCD Devices Enable Developers to “add touch” to Industrial HMI Applications
Liquid crystal displays (LCDs) with touch-screen interfaces have enhanced the ease of use of countless consumer electronics products. To help accelerate deployment of touch-based control in industrial human-machine interface (HMI) applications, Freescale has introduced ColdFire? LCD microprocessors with an integrated touch-screen controller. The advanced 32-bit devices provide an ideal embedded processing solution for human-controlled commercial and industrial applications that require exceptional performance, integration and design flexibility.
Freescale’s MCF5227x LCD processors are designed for developers who want to add graphical display interfaces with touch-screen support to their commercial and industrial applications ? without having to design in numerous discrete controllers and other components. Applications for these processors include building/home automation, HVAC and lighting control systems, fire/security control systems, medical and patient monitoring products, test and measurement equipment, point-of-sale (POS) systems and large appliances (cookers, refrigerators and washing machines).
Backed by Freescale’s extensive development ecosystem, the highly integrated devices combine on-chip color LCD and touch-screen controllers to give developers an easy way to enhance their applications with touch-based user interfaces. The MCF5227x devices are also equipped with integrated USB On-The-Go (OTG) and CAN modules giving developers the ability to upgrade or standardize their serial communications.
MCF5227x processor evaluation boards are available now. The suggested resale price for the M52277EVB evaluation system is $449 (USD).
For more information about Freescale’s MCF5227x products, development tools and other resources, visit www.freescale.com/files/pr/coldfirelcd.html.
View this webcast, and receive a 50% discount* off the suggested resale price of $449 (USD) for the M52277EVB evaluation board.
*One discount per person. This offer expires on August 30, 2008 and is only available while supplies last.
- Freescale MPC8536E Green Embedded Computing Demo [ min]
- Growing energy demands from embedded electronics and increasing evidence of dramatic global climate change are generating greater environmental and cultural pressure for green solutions in embedded computing applications.
- MPC8313E Overview [10 min]
The training module provides an overview of the MPC8313E PowerQUICC communication processor. Discussion topics will include core architecture, peripherals and power consumption.
The presentation is performed by the Digi-Key Corporation, a Freescale Distribution partner
- Freescale offers broad USB microcontrollers portfolio with complete and easy-to-use solution [17 min] [ min]
Embedded serial connectivity via USB is a growing requirement for many industrial and consumer products. A simplified, cost-effective solution is needed to accommodate both hardware and software requirements while quickly and easily upgrading serial applications to USB. Freescale offers a broad portfolio of USB MCU/MPUs from 8- to 32-bit. Learn about our recently introduced USB products ? the 8-bit MC9S08JM60/32/16/8, and 32-bit MCF51JM128/64/32 devices ? which are ideal for industrial control, factory automation, HVAC systems, PC peripherals, remote control, point-of-sale equipment and health care monitoring instrumentation.
Freescale’s complete hardware and software solutions, including complimentary USB software stacks, enable developers to streamline the design process and accelerate time to market. Evaluation systems for JM devices are available now for ordering online. A getting started DVD is also coming with boards with complementary codewarrior development tools, USB stack, quick start guide, USB labs, and other resources to get customers run up in minutes. The cost effective DEMO9S08JM16 demonstration board is a full-featured development system for MC9S08JM16/8 available at a suggested resale price of $79.
View this webcast, and receive a 50% discount off the suggested resale price of $79 (USD) for the DEMO9S08JM16 board.
- Freescale Semiconductor MPC837x and MPC8315 PowerQUICC II™ Pro Processors [23 min] [0 min]
MPC837x and MPC8315E devices from Freescale Semiconductor extend the PowerQUICC II? Pro family, adding higher CPU performance, additional functionality, and faster interfaces while addressing requirements related to time-to-market, price, power consumption and package size.
Join John Weber from Avnet Electronics Marketing for a brief Webcast discussing:
- Target applications
- PowerQUICC II Pro advantages
- Power management
- Interface options
- Reference design boards and ecosystem support
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how the latest generation of PowerQUICC II Pro devices meets the need for highly integrated, scalable and cost effective solutions that deliver high performance. Also, viewers of this Webcast will be entered into a drawing to win a free 8315E processor evaluation board.
- Enabling USB Connectivity Introducing the Flexis™ JM Family [11 min] [ min]
Need a comprehensive USB solution that’s scalable?
Freescale has introduced the Flexis? JM family of microcontrollers designed specifically for USB applications. These devices combine unprecedented 8- and 32-bit compatibility with a comprehensive USB solution to enable fast and easy development for a range of industrial and consumer applications. The 8-bit JM60 features a USB 2.0 device controller to help standardize serial communications. The 32-bit JM128 adds support for USB host through the integrated USB 2.0 On-The-Go (OTG) controller, providing flexible control and connectivity options. Both devices are supported by Freescale's complimentary USB software, development boards, reference designs, application notes and training to get you through the development process quickly and easily.
View this webcast today to see how the Flexis JM family offers a complete USB solution for your application. Get 50 percent off the DEMOJM Demonstration System by completing the webcast.* .
- Emerson Network Power MVME7100 Dual-Core PowerPC Processor VMEbus Computing Blade  [ min]
The MVME7100 embedded computing blade expands the Emerson Network Power VME roadmap with both performance and memory enhancements. This platform is a perfect fit for industrial automation and military-aerospace applications such as radar/sonar, information system control and instrumental test.
Join Emerson Network Power’s Jennifer Burgess for a brief Webcast discussing:
? Improved VME performance with multicore processors
? Backward compatibility and design investment preservation
? Expanded memory options
? Higher capacity user Flash
? First fabric (PCI Express) enabled board
? Expanded I/O
? New high-speed, fabric enabled, expansion module
? Protection against migration to alternate technologies
In less than “13 minutes,” developers will learn how Emerson Network Power is cultivating a robust VMEbus ecosystem, pushing on-board storage capacities with integrated Flash and incorporating very rugged storage technology that replaces the need to add fragile rotating media.
- MCF5225x & Freescale MQX introduction [5 min]
Full-Featured and Powerful
Design with Freescale and expect one collaborative source for hardware, software, tools and services needs, providing a streamlined, powerful platform with MQX software solutions.
Proven and Valuable
MQX is a market-proven software, made available on Freescale processors for over
15 years. MQX now comes included with Freescale silicon and is complimentary for
Simple and Scalable
Freescale MQX software solutions offer a straight-forward API with a modular
architecture making it simple to fine-tune custom applications and scalable to
fit most requirements.
- S08QE8 Demonstration of Low-Power Modes [7 min]
- Check out a quick demonstration of our ultra-low-power QE MCUs. Using CodeWarrior? Development Studio for Microcontrollers you can see just how low you can go with your design.
- QE08 Low Power Demo [7 min]
- Check out a quick demonstration of our ultra-low-power QE MCUs. Using CodeWarrior Development Studio for Microcontrollers you can see just how low you can go with your design.
- QorIQ P2 Family Overview [10 min] [10 min]
- The QorIQ P2 platform series, which includes the P2020 and P2010 communications processors, delivers unprecedented performance per watt per $ for a wide variety of applications in the networking, telecom, military and industrial markets. Designed for scalability this processor family provides the horsepower needed to meet the most demanding application needs within a manageable power envelope.
This informative webinar will provide you with a high-level overview of the processor, it´s enablement and specific application spaces it addresses. Listen to the Webinar and receive 10% off development tools from Freescale.
- 8-Bit Microcontroller Overview [10 min]
- This tutorial provides an overview of Freescales 8-bit processor cores and their associated product families.
- ColdFire MCF5225x [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the new MCF5225x microcontroller family from Freescale --- an ultra-integrated ColdFire microcontroller with on-chip USB, Ethernet, CAN and encryption --- as well as the complimentary Freescale MQX software solution. This family provides designers with an embedded system solution with high performance and more connectivity.
- ColdFire Flexis QE Microcontrollers [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the features and benefits of these devices including the ultra-low power consumption that extends battery life and how easy it is to learn and use.
- ColdFire Embedded Voice Solution [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss embedded voice solutions using voice over internet protocol (VoIP).specifically, an introduction to embedded voice in industrial applications will be presented followed by an overview of a development kit that Freescale is making available. Additionally, the hardware and software solution will be discussed along with the part numbers currently available
- Flexis JM Family [10 min]
- This tutorial will explore Freescales JM microcontroller series and provide an understanding how the series offers a complete USB solution. It will also cover the many features, development tools, and reference designs that simplify USB development.
- Flexis JM™ USB Connectivity [15 min]
- This module explores the Freescale JM microcontroller series and provides an understanding of how the series offers a complete USB solution. It also covers the many features, development tools, and resources that simplify USB development.
- Flexis QE Series Compatibility [15 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the features and benefits of these devices including the ultra-low power consumption that extends battery life and how easy it is to learn and use.
- Flexis QE Series Low Power Features [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the Freescale QE family of 8-bit and 32-bit microcontrollers specifically focusing on their ultra-low-power technology.
- Introduction to MC9S08QG Series of MCUs [20 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the Freescale QG series of low pin count, low-power microcontrollers.
- LCD Design Solutions [10 min]
- This module will discuss the Freescale segment LCD MCU solutions and how these compact and cost effective 8-bit devices provide the analog, memory, LCD module, and communications options required for a variety of applications.
- MC9RS08KA8 Microcontroller [5 min]
- This Tuorial will discuss the features and benefits of the MC9RS08KA8 line of microcontrollers along with the potential applications for which these devices are ideally suited. Additional discussion will focus on some of the various modules included in this device along with the development tools available and how they can speed-up the design development process.
- MC9S08LC60 LCD Microcontroller [5 min]
- This module will discuss the features and benefits of the MC9S08LC60 family of LCD microcontrollers along with the potential applications for which these devices are ideally suited. Additional discussion will focus on the development tools available and how they can speed-up the design development process.
- MC9S08QE8 Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the features and benefits of the MC9S08QE8 line of microcontrollers along with their peripherals. Additional discussion will focus on the development tools and resources available and how they can speed-up the design process.
- MC9S12NE64 [30 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview of the MC9S12NE64 16-bit MCU. You will learn about the key features of this device, its available derivatives, the ever essential development tools environment available to support this device, and future derivatives of this device.
- MCF51CN Family - Ultimate Ethernet Solutions [5 min]
- This tutorial will introduce the MCF51CN series of 32-bit ColdFire Ethernet microcontrollers for Ethernet solutions. Also, it will discuss the features of the MCF51CN128 MCU, show how the MCF51CN family meets the needs of migrating from serial port to Ethernet applications, and explain how evaluating this Freescale solutions using the Tower System is easy with modular, reconfigurable hardware.
- MCF5227x LCD Processors [10 min]
- This tutorial discusses how the integrated LCD and touch screen controller of the MCF5227x is designed to give the user more flexibility when designing human controlled interfaces.
- Mechatronics [5 min]
- This tutorial will explain the benefits of using microcontrollers in electronically controlled mechanical systems.
- MPC55xx PitchPak Family [20 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview of the MPC55xx controller family and provide an introduction to the many applications, development tools, and software available.
- MPC8313E PowerQUICC Processor [10 min]
- This tutorial will identify the key features of this new product, hardware and security specifications, and low power consumption. The MPC8313E will also be compared to existing MPC831x processors.
- MPC8314/15 Product Overview [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss several topics including MPC8314/15 target applications along with its value proposition, product features, enablement options, and product roadmap.
- MPC8323E PowerQUICC II Pro Processor [5 min]
- This training module will provide an overview of the cost-effective MPC8323E QUICC Engine, review different target applications, and discuss its features.
- MPC834x PowerQUICC II Processors [5 min]
- This tutorial will identify the key features of the product family, introduce the available development tools, and review typical applications, as well as provide a detailed roadmap for future additions.
- MPC837x PowerQUICC II Pro Processors [10 min]
- This training module will provide information about the different target applications of the MPC837x family, product features, and development systems.
- MPC8544E PowerQUICC III [5 min]
- This tutorial discusses how the MPC8544E continues to enhance the integration and performance of the current PowerQUICC III products.
- MPC8548 PowerQUICC III Processors [10 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview of the different target applications of the MPC8548 family, product features, development system, roadmap, and review the part number decoder.
- QE128 8-Bit Microcontrollers [5 min]
- This tutorial provides an overview of the Freescale 8-bit processor cores and their associated product families.
- RS08KA2 Low-End Microcontroller Series [10 min]
- This tutorial will give a brief overview of the MCU core, give example applications, and provide access to development tools and more information.
- S08D 8-Bit Microcontroller [10 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview of the Freescale S08D Family microcontrollers as well as highlight some its features and benefits. While there are 3 variations of the part available, this tutorial will concentrate on the S08DZ.
- S08JM60 8-Bit Microcontroller [5 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview on the newest Freescale 8-bit USB microcontrollers with a description of its features and software tools.
- Tower System [5 min]
- This tutorial gives an overview of the Tower Board modular development tool that accelerates time to market for embedded system designs.
- USB Controller Continuum [10 min]
- This tutorial will cover the USB controller continuum, new products, and development tools.
- USBSpyder08 Discovery Kit [5 min]
- This tutorial provides an overview of the Spyder08 development tool which is a USB-based in-circuit debugger specific for the Freescale RS08KA, S08QD, and S08QG microcontrollers.
- ZigBee [60 min]
- This tutorial will introduce you to the Freescales scalable 2.4 GHz low data rate connectivity solutions.
- ZigBee Development Tools [10 min]
- This tutorial provides an overview of IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee technologies and discusses their features and benefits.
- ZigBee Solutions [15 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the basic foundations and elements of the IEEE802.15.4 and ZigBee technologies as well as the product solutions available from Freescale, which are applicable to many different markets. These products include a multi-solution software offering, MC1319x and MC1320x series transceivers along with the MC1321x series System in a Package (SiP) and MC1322x series Platform in a Package (PiP).
- Zigbee Technology Overview [20 min]
- This tutorial provides an overview of IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee technologies and discusses their features and benefits.
- What can you design with 500 MIPS for $13? [19 min] [19 min]
- Lots of things! Applications like security cameras, elevator controls, patient diagnostic equipment, residential gateways, service robotics, networking equipment and more need MPC8313E´s advanced features like high-speed USB, PCI and Ethernet, IEEE(r)1588 protocol support and power management. This webinar gives you the information-needed for your next innovative design-whether you are new to Power Architecture(tm) technology or a long time user.
- TWR-S08LL64 Quick Start Demo [4 min]
- Overview of the quick-start labs provided in the TWR-S08LL64 kit. Shows low power measurement.
- They are here! Freescale Kinetis MCUs based on ARM Cortex-M4 core [1 min]
- Freescales Jeff Bock highlights the "awesome" features of the Kinetis 32-bit microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex-M4 core
- Portable Health Care Reference Designs [1 min]
- Portable Health Care Reference Designs
- Future Designs
- FDI uEZ GUIProducts with NXP LPC1788 [16 min]
- Future Designs presents their uEZ GUI family of products working on the NXP LPC1788 MCU. The uEZGUI-1788-43WQS is designed to be used as an “off-the-shelf” Graphical User Interface (GUI) or Human Machine Interface (HMI) in a variety of end customer applications.
- Microchip's PIC32 Start Kit Video Presentation [ min]
- The PIC32 Starter Kit provides the easiest and lowest cost method to experience the PIC32 microcontroller for the first time. From the over 35 source code examples to the getting started project, users quickly learn Microchip's 32-bit family of microcontrollers and development tools. The kit includes everything needed to write, program, debug, and execute code on a high performance PIC32 microcontroller.
- Microchip PICkit 2 Starter Kit (15min) [0 min]
Microchip PIC? microcontrollers feature a powerful architecture, flexible memory technologies, comprehensive application notes, complete technical documentation and comprehensive easy-to-use development tools.
The PICkit 2 is one of the newest, low cost development kits for Microchip baseline and mid-range Flash microcontrollers. It is designed to help users “Get Started” quickly, easily and inexpensively with PIC? microcontrollers. Join Cheri Keller for a brief Webcast discussing:
- What is “The PICkit? 2 Starter Kit”?
- What’s inside the kit?
- PICkit? 2 programmer
- Low pin count demo board
- New features
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to quickly program, evaluate and develop applications for Microchip’s 8/14/20-pin family of Flash microcontrollers.
- Deep Sleep Mode on Microchip PIC18 and PIC24 microcontrollers [20 min]
- Some of Microchip’s new PIC18F and PIC24F microcontrollers provide an extreme low power mode that can drop microcontroller currents to virtually zero. This webseminar provides an introduction to Deep Sleep mode, including: how various wake-up sources can be used, peripherals that can remain active, and comparisons among low power modes found on these microcontrollers.
- Digital Signal Controller Audio and Speech Solutions [25 min]
- This tutorial provides an introduction to Microchip Speech Coding and Processing Solutions starting with an overview and progressing to a discussion of some features of every solution. Some of the working principles of the algorithms are discussed along.
- dsPIC DSC Timers [20 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the features of the three different types of general purpose timers available on the dsPIC. Also reviewed are the details on the various operating modes of the Timers and how they may be configured to operate in each mode.
- dsPIC30F 12-bit ADC Part 1 [20 min]
- This module takes a brief look at the important features of the 12-bit A/D Converter, or ADC module. Then, with the help of some examples, we will understand how to configure various operational parameters of the module.
- dsPIC30F 12-bit ADC Part 2 [15 min]
- This module discusses the usage of the A/D result buffers and interrupts. Also included is a review of the Alternate Sampling and Channel scanning methods of alternately sampling multiple analog inputs.
- dsPIC30F Addressing Modes Part 1 [25 min]
- This tutorial briefly reviews the basic addressing modes supported by the dsPIC30F architecture. Subsequently, we will take a look at how data may be accessed from program memory using a special feature called Program Space Visibility as well as by using table instructions.
- dsPIC30F Addressing Modes Part 2 [25 min]
- This module will give you a basic understanding of the addressing modes supported in the dsPIC30F architecture and a general overview of MAC Instructions, Modulo Addressing and Bit-Reversed Addressing.
- dsPIC30F Architecture Part 1 [30 min]
- This tutorial will take a look at the dsPIC30F architecture and introduce the Registers, Program and Data memories, instruction set, addressing modes, and DSP features.
- dsPIC30F Architecture Part 2 [35 min]
- This module introduces more features of the dsPIC30F architecture such as Interrupts, Traps, Rests, Clock Sources, Power Management modes and Programming modes.
- dsPIC30F DSP Engine & ALU [35 min]
- This module will discuss the features and capabilities of the DSP engine and ALU that is available in the dsPIC30F devices.
- dsPIC30F Interrupts [40 min]
- This module introduces the dsPIC30F interrupt controller which provides a significant amount of flexibility for the design of your system. Included is a review of the interrupt vector table and the interrupt priority scheme.
- dsPIC30F Motor Control PWM [30 min]
- This module discusses the general structure of the Motor Control PWM, including details on the period generator and the duty cycle generators. The different drive capabilities of the output pins will be targeted and we will see how dead bands help in preventing the damage or even the destruction of the external power stages.
- dsPIC30F Quadrature Encoder Interface [15 min]
- This tutorial gives a basic overview of the Quadrature Encoder Interface or QEI and outlines some of the key features of the QEI.
- dsPIC33F DMAC [35 min]
- This module explores the features and capabilities of the DMA controller, a component in the Microchip high performance 16-bit MCU families. The DMA controller can be found on all dsPIC33F and PIC24H family members.
- Introduction to dsPIC33F Architecture Part 1 [35 min]
- This module discusses the features of the dsPIC33F family of devices, and the differences between the dsPIC33F family and the dsPIC30F family devices.
- Introduction to dsPIC33F Architecture Part 2 [35 min]
- This module discusses the features of the dsPIC33F family of devices, and the differences between the dsPIC33F family and the dsPIC30F family devices.
- PIC18 K-series [10 min]
- This tutorial will overview the PIC18 family and introduce the new K-series microcontrollers. This module will also review the K-series enhanced features and capabilities. Finally, it will discuss the soon to be released PIC18FxXK20 demonstration board and the included application examples.
- PIC18/PIC24 Deep Sleep Mode [25 min]
- This tutorial will take a look at the new low-power sleep mode being added to the Microchip PIC18 and PIC24 microcontrollers.
- PIC24 Introduction [30 min]
- This tutorial will begin with a quick review of Microchip 16-bit products. We will then take a closer look at the PIC24FJ128GA device and its associated family. From there we will move to the tools available and cover the software libraries to support the families. Finally, we will discuss where you can go to get additional information.
- PIC32 Introduction [15 min]
- This tutorial will give a general overview of the new PIC32 family including its architecture and development tools. This module will also provide a product roadmap, and demonstrate how to get started with the PIC32.
- Serial Communications using dsPIC30F CAN [40 min]
- This tutorial will start by outlining some key features of the Controller Area Network, or CAN, module in the dsPIC30F family of devices. It will then delve deeper into the processes of data transmission and reception through the CAN interface, as well as bit timing considerations. Finally, it will show the interrupt and error management mechanisms built into the CAN module.
- Serial Communications using dsPIC30F I²C [45 min]
- This tutorial will start by outlining some key features of the Inter-Integrated Circuit, or I2C, module in the dsPIC30F family of devices. We will then delve deeper into the processes of data transmission and reception through the I2C, as well as various slave device addressing techniques. Finally, we will study some additional features of the I2C module.
- Serial Communications using dsPIC30F SPI [40 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the Serial Peripheral Interface, commonly known as the SPI module. It will start by outlining some key features of the SPI in the dsPIC30F family of devices. Finally, it will provide an understanding of data transmission and reception through the SPI.
- Serial Communications using dsPIC30F UART [30 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter, commonly known as the UART module.
- Designed for Low Power 8-bit XLP Applicatins [1 min]
- This video demonstrates Microship´s new XLP 8-bit Development Board
- Wi-Fi Comm Demo Board [3 min]
- Introduction to Microchip´s Wi-Fi Solution using the Wi-Fi Comm Demo Board
- From the newly released Marvell ArmadaXP and Freescale MX6 Cortex A9 Quad Cores to the Marvell MV78200 Dual Core all with Linux [2 min]
- The LCD Explorer Development Board supports Microchip’s 100-pin Microcontrollers with x8 common Segment LCD Drivers. The LCD Explorer provides an ideal platform for a customer to evaluate a MCU with a x8 Common LCD Driver on a 38 segment x 8 common LCD display.
- Remote Control Demo Board from Microchip Technology [4 min]
- The Remote Control Demo Board is a platform that demonstrates the hardware and software integration of various different technologies, including Graphics, Capacitive Touch, USB, and Wireless RF4CE, controlled by a single PIC24FJ256DA210 microcontroller. 4m.36s
- NXP Industrial System Reference Design [16 min] [0 min]
NXP Semiconductors has adopted an innovative platform approach to addressing the unique design requirements of industrial applications such as building environment (HVAC) and lighting control, white goods, eMetering/AMR, personal medical products and solid state lighting (SSL).
This platform approach accommodates emerging design trends in industrial control while also meeting the demand for scalable implementations that can accelerate time-to-market. Join NXP’s Rob Badhorn for a 17-minute Webcast discussing:
- General trends in industrial control
- LPC2468 Industrial Reference Platform
- Features and benefits
- IRD and DALI application board demonstrations
- NXP design ecosystem and example solutions for target applications
- Reference designs and development platforms
- Hardware and software suites
- Middleware and training modules
In less than 17 minutes, you’ll gain an understanding of how NXP technology - from AC line connections to DC MOSFET drivers - is enabling higher efficiency, lower power designs that won’t escalate total system costs or product development cycles.
- ARM7 Architecture [30 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview of the ARM7 architecture. It will compare the ARM state and the Thumb state of the processor, as well as the ARM instruction set and Thumb instruction set. It will also show the different processor operating modes, the registers within the processor, and the three-stage instruction pipeline.
- ARM7 Memory [30 min]
- The intent of this tutorial is to provide you with an overview of the LPC2000 Flash memory. You will learn about the External Memory Controller and the Memory Accelerator Module. You will also learn about Flash programming techniques and various Boot loader features. Finally, you will learn about code protection on the LPC2000 device.
- ARM9 [20 min]
- This tutorial will provide an overview of the performance and features included in the NXP family of ARM9 processors.
- Bluestreak Series Overview [10 min]
- This tutorial will introduce the BlueStreak MCU product line, provide application examples, explain the feature set, and provide links to development tools.
- LPC2300 and LPC2400 Microcontrollers [20 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the ARM7 core, the peripherals on the LPC2300 and LPC2400 MCUs and also the tools and support available for these microcontrollers.
- LPC3250 Overview [30 min]
- This tutorial will introduce the LPC3000 family of microcontrollers (MCUs), focusing primarily on the LPC3250 device, its memory and peripheral support, and a brief discussion of the tools available for these devices.
- Migrating from 8/16-Bit MCUs to 32-Bit ARMs [35 min]
- This training module will present an overview of the ARM7 core and specifically highlight the differences between the ARM7 core and traditional 8 or 16 bit CISC architectures that many microcontroller customers are familiar with.
- The LPC800 Microcontroller in: Advancements in Technology for the Embedded Developer [3 min]
- An overview of major technology advancements that have transformed the way embedded developers work -- from the 1970s to the present -- culminating with the launch of the LPC800 microcontroller.
- H8 Tiny Microcontrollers CPU Architecture [20 min]
- We will provide an overview of key technical details that are required or can be used to your advantage in the design of high-performance, cost-effective embedded system products.
- H8S Architecture Overview [60 min]
- This tutorial bridges the gap between the basic technical information in a product brief and the detailed data in a comprehensive hardware manual. To get the most out of this material, you should be familiar with MCUs and understand core issues related to the development of embedded control systems.
- H8S Family Overview [25 min]
- This tutorial bridges the gap between the basic technical information in a product brief and the detailed data in a comprehensive hardware manual. It also provides an overview of technology issues and products and briefly positions the H8S product line and highlights various aspects of the technology Renesas uses in these versatile devices.
- H8S Product Overview [60 min]
- This tutorial describes the products in the four sub-series within the H8S series, showing the performance they deliver and the functions they offer. It also discusses typical embedded system applications for these high-performance, low-power 16-bit MCUs.
- HEW Installation and Administration [10 min]
- This tutorial is on the installation and administration aspects of the High-performance Embedded Workshop (HEW). HEW speeds up the development of software for embedded system applications.
- M16C First Look [40 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the many applications where M16C is being used. It will also discuss the 7 key benefits used in evaluating MCUs and how these benefits apply to the M16C product line.
- Quick HEW Demonstration [15 min]
- This tutorial covers various aspects of the HEW microcontroller (MCU) support product from Renesas Technology. HEW speeds up the development of software for embedded systems that use the many popular devices we offer. To get the most out of this course material, you should be familiar with MCUs in general and you should understand the fundamentals of designing and developing embedded control systems.
- R8C CPU Core Architecture [25 min]
- This tutorial describes the R8C features, explains the devices power-saving modes, and highlights key on-chip peripheral functions that help reduce system cost.
- R8C Family Overview [20 min]
- This tutorial will describe the characteristics, variations and roadmap for the devices in the R8C Tiny product line. We will summarize the features and benefits of these economical, power-efficient devices will also discuss ways they help ensure reliable system operation. Additionally, we will show data from some performance benchmarks, highlights our flash memory technology, and briefly describe development tools that aid system design.
- R8C Product Overview [25 min]
- In this tutorial, we focus on specific devices in the R8C Tiny family. It will describe their features, explain the devices, power-saving modes, and highlight key on-chip peripheral functions that help reduce system cost.
- Silicon Labs
- Lower the power consumption in your design! [15 min]
- Lower the power consumption in your design! The C8051F9xx is the industry's lowest-power MCU and the first MCU able to operate down to 0.9 V with support for single and dual battery operation. The part provides all key attributes for low-power applications. Learn how to order free samples and development tools, as well as access support resources, development tools and Next Steps.
- Learn more about the new C8051F700 [11 min]
- The industry’s fastest touch sense on-chip peripheral uses a capacitance-to-digital converter (CDC) with a 40 us acquisition time that when combined with the 25 MIPS CPU on the C8051F7xx enables sophisticated human interface functions, even when large arrays of touch sense elements are used.
- STM32 Connectivity Line Product Training [15 min]
- Introduce the new connectivity line extension to the STM32 microcontroller
- Provide an overview of the original STM32 MCU Line
- Review new features added in the connectivity line
- Introduce targeted applications and application examples
- Discuss tools and evaluation hardware
- STM32 Cortex-M3 32-bit Microcontrollers [10 min]
- This tutorial introduces a new family of 32-bit Flash microcontrollers available from STMicroelectronics. This module includes a discussion of the family architecture, capabilities, and benefits. The available STM32 development and support tools are also discussed.
- Bluetooth Low Energy and ANT: Very Low Power Wireless Conn [25 min]
- This video will present an overview of the BLE and ANT standards before diving into the key care-abouts and challenges when designing with these two protocols. The session will then cover on how to setup a quick BLE and ANT link.
- Sub-1 GHz RF performance line development kit [6 min]
- View an introduction to TI´s CC1120 sub-1 GHz RF performance line and associated CC1120DK development kit.
- Motorola RAZR™ and TI CC2540 Bluetooth® low energy demo [2 min]
- This video features a demo of Motorola RAZR communicating via Bluetooth low energy with the Salutron heart rate strap and TI’s CC2540DK-MINI development kit.
- ZigBee® RF4CE advanced remote control solution [2 min]
- See How TI´s latest ZigBee RF4CE remote control solution enables mouse-like pointing functionality, keyboard and gesture- and touch-based input controls.
- BeagleBoard Rev C2- OMAP3530 [10 min]
- The BeagleBoard is a USB powered embedded processor board that provides community-supported low-power, high-performance ARM Cortex-A8 based single board computing. This module will highlight the technical features, usage, and benefits of the BeagleBoard, show where to find software that verifies the hardware functionality, and provides some recommended peripherals to further compliment the board.
- MSP430 Design Tools [10 min]
- This module will provide a general overview of the powerful tools available for the MSP430 families. Additionally, some MSP430 family associated design resources will be presented.
- MSP430 Overview [25 min]
- This module??vides a general overview of the MSP430 microcontroller architecture and the ultra-low power concept. Additional discussion focuses on the operation of this device along with some key specifications and features.
- MSP430 Peripherals [25 min]
- This tutorial will provide a general overview of each of the peripherals available in the MSP430 microcontroller family. Additionally, a brief overview of the MSP430 family along with some associated design resources will be presented.
- MSP430x2xx/4xx and Wireless Overview [20 min]
- This module will provide a general overview of the MSP430x2xx/4xx microcontroller families and the wireless options available for these families. Additionally, a brief overview of the MSP430 family along with some associated design resources will be presented.
- MSP430x5xx Overview [10 min]
- This module will provide a general overview of the MSP430 microcontroller architecture and the ultra-low power concept. Additional discussion will focus on the operation of this device along with some key specifications and features.
- OMAP3503 Applications Processor [10 min]
- This tutorial will discuss the features, benefits, and high performance of the OPA365 amplifier.
- Beagle Board Training Module [10 min]
- The BeagleBoard is a USB powered embedded processor board that provides community-supported low-power, high-performance ARM Cortex™ A8 based single board computing. This module will highlight the technical features, usage, and benefits of the BeagleBoard, show where to find software that verifies it’s hardware functionality, and provides some recommended peripherals to further compliment the board.
- eZ430-Chronos Wireless Watch Development Tool: Online Training Module [0 min]
- The eZ430-Chronos is the world´s first wearable wireless development system that comes in a sports watch. It may be used as a reference platform for watch systems, a personal display for personal area networks, as a wireless sensor node for remote data collection, or simply as a watch. The unique form factor for a wireless development system makes it the world´s first customizable tool contained in an intelligent sports watch. Join this session to learn more about the eZ430-Chronos development tool.
- Developing HD Video Applications with the TI DaVinci DM8168 [0 min]
- Start developing compelling HD video applications with TI’s new DM8168 high performance processor within the DaVinci platform.
- Training: Intro to Motors & Motor Control (Parts 3) [0 min]
- Part 3 of 6 - Brushless DC Motors: This session will talk about the different types of motors used in the industry; DC, Brushless DC, Steppers, Permanent Magnet Synchronous, and AC Induction. To gather a better understanding of motors, differences of these motors with advantages and disadvantages of each will be shown. Basic motor drive circuits will be discussed from full H-Bridge drive to half-bridge for 3-phase motors. Other drive concepts such as 6-step commutation along with drive issues such as current recirculation will be discussed. Field Oriented Control will also be discussed and how it has progressed with improving technology. This session will end with how to implement a motor control application using TI solutions from analog products, digital controllers and software to precisely control the position, velocity and torque of mechanical drives.
- TI @ APEC2011: Digital Power Conversion with C2000™ MCUs [0 min]
- Digital power development boards, featuring a MPPT (maximum power point tracking) boost DC/DC + Isolated LLC board based on C2000™ Piccolo™ MCUs. Coupled with a Grid-Tied DC/AC converter, also based on Piccolo MCUs. Benefits include maximum efficiency across full load range; reduced component count (integrated hardware - up to 4.6-MSPS ADCs, 150-ps resolution PWMs, comparators and DACs) with power line modem; scalable, programmable MCU platform. Also features an easy-to-use module controlSUITE™ with supporting software libraries, training and documentation.
- TI Presents Smarter Metering Solutions [0 min]
- TI´s comprehensive utility metering portfolio includes devices targeted at electricity, water and gas metering, as well as power line communications (PLC) and radio frequency (RF) interfaces for automated meter reading (AMR) that allow customers to design "smart metering" solutions.
- Demonstrating Smart Metering Solutions from TI [0 min]
- The focus of this video is on energy meters and their advancement to Smart Meters. Smart meters are breakthroughs in the metering industry, bringing in a number of advantages to consumers and utility companies.
- Sitara™ ARM Microprocessor Overview [0 min]
- In this video, you will gain insight into TI’s Sitara™ family of high performance, ARM ARM Cortex-A8 and ARM9 microprocessors (MPUs). The Sitara family further shows TI’s commitment to continued investment and innovation in the ARM architecture.
- AM1810 Sitara™ ARM® MPU PROFIBUS Demo [0 min]
- Get introduced to AM1810 (ARM9) and integration of PROFIBUS interface on this device. Also learn how to get started and find more information on using AM1810 in industrial systems.
- AM389x Sitara ARM MPU [0 min]
- AM3892 and AM3894, two new Sitara™ ARM® Cortex™-A8 microprocessors delivering up to 1.5 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 performance with high system integration for faster, more robust applications. These MPUs are suitable for a wide variety of applications, such as communications, networking, single-board SoC computing, industrial and point-of-service applications. With extreme system and peripheral integration, the Sitara AM3892 and AM3894 ARM MPUs provide multiple high-performance interfaces, such as PCIExpress Gen2, dual USB 2.0, SATA 2.0, dual Gigabit Ethernet and DDR2/DD3 controllers.
- AM1808 Development Kit Demonstration [0 min]
- See a demonstration of the Sitara AM1808 EVM, highlighting the strength of the graphics capabilities of the processor via user interface and menus.
- C6Run Software Development Tool [0 min]
- C6Run Software Development Tool is designed for users of TI’s heterogeneous system-on-chip processors, which contain both an ARM core and a TMS320C6000 DSP core. The C6Run tool enables the user to compile code for the DSP of a supported platform without having to learn any new programming languages, system interfaces or other TI-specific technologies. Using this tool, ARM programmers will find it easy to differentiate and improve the performance of their products by leveraging the C6000 DSP, with little or no changes to application code. C6Run provides front-end build scripts that provide a familiar command-line interface and that hide many of the details of building code for the C6000 DSP core.
- C6Accel Software Development Tool [0 min]
- C6Accel is a free software development tool that allows ARM SoC developers access to production-ready DSP optimized software. C6Accel allows ARM developers to create applications that utilize the computational power of TI’s DSPs without having to learn DSP-specific specific programming. The tool contains optimized DSP software that enables ARM applications to add DSP acceleration in conventional ARM development environment. C6Accel includes hundreds of core DSP-optimized functions that are useful in various signal processing applications. It simplifies the ARM user experience in leveraging the DSP by providing a library of ARM APIs. These APIs abstract complexities of using DSP in a multi-core SoC environment.
- Application Processors: OMAP-L138 Evaluation Module Out of the Box [0 min]
- This training will take you through the set up of the OMAP-L138 (C6-Integra DSP+ARM Cortex-A8) Evaluation Module, so you know what to expect of your out of box experience.
- Training: Video Surveillance Reference Design for IP Net Camera and DVR: (Part 1) [0 min]
- Part 1 of 2 - Video Surveillance Reference Designs - DVR: In this session, we will discuss video reference designs based on TI’s DM365 processors and TVP5158 analog decoders that help reduce customers’ time to market. The DM365 IPCamera and DVR reference designs are targetted for the Video Surveillance market where high quality video at low bitrates and a low system BOM are key to designing successful products. This session will give details on the hardware and software architecture, as well as cover the business model for engaging with TI.
- Training: Video Surveillance Reference Design for IP Net Camera and DVR: (Part 2) [0 min]
- Part 2 of 2 - TMS320DM36x IP Security Camera Reference Design: In this session, we will discuss video reference designs based on TI’s DM365 processors and TVP5158 analog decoders that help reduce customers’ time to market. The DM365 IPCamera and DVR reference designs are targetted for the Video Surveillance market where high quality video at low bitrates and a low system BOM are key to designing successful products. This session will give details on the hardware and software architecture, as well as cover the business model for engaging with TI.
- SimpleLink Wi-Fi First Time Config [1 min]
- Demo video showing quick first time config for SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3000 device
- PurePath™ Wireless audio headset development kit demo [2 min]
- View a quick introduction of TI´s PurePath™ Wireless headset development kit.
- SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3000 Sample Applications [3 min]
- SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3000 sample applications using MSP430™ Ultra-Low Power 16-Bit microcontrollers and Stellaris® ARM® Cortex™-M-based microcontrollers.
- SimpleLink™ GPS CC4000 Setup and Data Demo [4 min]
- Setup and data gathering demo using the SimpleLink™ GPS CC4000 self-contained module. The device minimizes complexity synonymous with adding GPS functionality to products.
- My First C2000 LaunchPad Project: Internal Temperature Measurement [10 min]
- In this video we´ll show you how to run the out of the box demo application, Internal Temperature Sensor Measurement, using the C2000 LaunchPad.
- TI-RTOS Overview [8 min]
- In this video, Nick Lethaby, TI´s Operating Systems Manager, provides an overview of TI-RTOS. TI-RTOS is a complete real-time operating system (RTOS) for the Texas Instruments microcontroller platform.
- TI-RTOS Operating System Components [21 min]
- In this video, Nick Lethaby, TI’s Operating Systems Manager, provides an overview of the TI-RTOS operating system components. TI-RTOS is a complete real-time operating system (RTOS) for the Texas Instruments microcontroller platform.
- eZ80 Acclaim Product Family [10 min]
- This tutorial we will introduce you to the eZ80 Acclaim family and the many applications these devices are used in.
- F1680 Series [15 min]
- This tutorial will present the F1680 series specifications and functionalities, as well as the 28- and 44-pin development board features. It will also highlight applications that can utilize the F1680 family.
- Z8 Encore MC [45 min]
- This tutorial will provide an introduction to the Zilog motor control families, including development kits and on-chip peripheral training.
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- Product Training Module by Digi-Key.