What you’ll learn in Mastering Microcontroller and Embedded Driver Development
- Understand how to program MCU peripherals and how to handle them correctly.
- For your microcontroller, create peripheral drivers.
- For GPIO, SPI, I2C, and USART, learn the entire driver development process from scratch.
- Writing peripheral driver headers, prototyping APIs, and implementation are all topics covered in this course.
- To help you get things done, look through MCU data sheets, reference manuals, and start-up codes.
- Learn how to handle and configure interrupts for various peripherals in the proper manner.
- Find out about peripheral IRQs, vector tables, and NVIC interfaces, among other topics.
- Learn about the various Peripherals’ configuration, status, and control registers.
- SPI, I2C, GPIOs, USART, and other back-end working details are decoded.
- Examine MCU bus interfaces, clock sources, MCU clock configurations, and other hidden secrets.
- Understand how to enable/configure peripheral clocks, serial clocks, and baud rates for different serial protocols.
- AHB and APB bus protocols for MCUs are explained.
- Learn about HCLK, PCLK, PLL, and other MCU clocks.
- On a logic analyzer, learn how to capture, decode, and analyze serial protocol traces.
- Case studies will teach you how to quickly troubleshoot peripheral problems.
- C programming skills are a must.
- If you are completely unfamiliar with MCUs and the C programming language, we recommend that you first complete our “Embedded C” course for complete beginners.
>> You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for a comprehensive microcontroller programming course!!
MCU1 is the number for the course.
Write drivers for STM32 GPIO, I2C, SPI, and USART from scratch using Embedded C.
This course has English Subtitles/CCs turned on.
Update 5 (May 2021 ): All drivers were developed in a live session with step-by-step coding, and SPI and I2C communication exercises were added to the stm32-Arduino communication exercises.
Update 4 (November 2021 ): A dedicated support team has been assigned to students’ questions and concerns.
Who this course is for:
- Professionals interested in exploring Embedded systems
- Hobbyists and students who want to start their career in Embedded world
- If you think about ’embedded’ then think about taking this course. you will not be disappointe
- This Course may not be suitable for those people who are looking for quick prototyping using boards such as Arduino
|File Name :||Mastering Microcontroller and Embedded Driver Development Free Download|
|Genre / Category:||IT & Software|
|File Size :||1.74 gb|
|Publisher :||FastBit Embedded Brain Academy|
|Updated and Published:||11 Nov,2021|