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Free online course on Embedded Systems

 

This free online course on Embedded Systems is intended for electrical/electronics engineers who want to enter this field. It's basic and introduction course. It will train and prepare you to go deep into embedded systems design field.

There are total of 18 online embedded systems course modules. There are more modules to be released in the coming months. You can complete this embedded systems course in 3 months.

We are basing this course material on an ARM Cortex M0 based microcontroller (along with kit) from ST Microelectronics, NXP Semiconductor and ARM7 kit from OKI Semiconductor. ARM is the latest and most preferred architecture in today's embedded market.

Course Material(click on below modules):

Module 1: Introduction to Embedded Systems: Definition, application and future.

Module 2: Microprocessor, Microcontroller, MCU Manufacturers, introduction to programming

The other modules below are put in three streams based on the hardware boards used in the course, you read more on that in module-2 (above link).

Stream-Discovery Stream-LPCXpresso Stream-AME-51

Module 3b: Installation of ARM Cortex M0 based STM32F0 kit from ST Microelectronics and sample code

Module 4: Sample programs -1 for ARM Cortex M0 based on STM32F0

Module 5b: ARM Cortex M0 Architecture.

Module 6b: Sample program-2 (interfacing keypad)

Module 7: Serial communication concepts -1

Module 8: RS-232 Basics

Module 9: Controller Area Networking (CAN)

Module 10: LIN

Module 11: I2C Bus Interface

Module 12: SPI Bus Interface

Module14: USB Interface

Module15: SRAM memory interface

Module16: Flash memory interface

Module17: LCD display panel interface

Module18: Touch pane interface

Module19: Audio/video interface

Module 3a: Installation of ARM Cortex M0 based LPCXpresso kit from NXP Semiconductor and sample code

Module 4: Sample programs -1 for ARM Cortex M0 based LPCXpress

Module 5a: OKI ARM Cortex M0 Architecture.

Module 6a: Sample program-2 (interfacing keypad)

Module 7: Serial communication concepts -1

Module 8: RS-232 Basics

Module 9: Controller Area Networking (CAN)

Module 10: LIN

Module 11: I2C Bus Interface

Module 12: SPI Bus Interface

Module14: USB Interface

Module15: SRAM memory interface

Module16: Flash memory interface

Module17: LCD display panel interface

Module18: Touch pane interface

Module19: Audio/video interface

Module 3: Installation of OKI's ARM7 KIT(old module, suggest to skip this module)

Module 4: Sample programs -1 for ARM7 TDMI MCU

Module 5: OKI ARM Processor Architecture.

Module 6: Sample programs -2 for ARM7 TDMI MCU

Module 7: Serial communication concepts -1

Module 8: RS-232 Basics

Module 9: Controller Area Networking (CAN)

Module 10: LIN

Module 11: I2C Bus Interface

Module 12: SPI Bus Interface

Module14: USB Interface

Module15: SRAM memory interface

Module16: Flash memory interface

Module17: LCD display panel interface

Module18: Touch pane interface

Module19: Audio/video interface

If you want to receive email alert whenever a new embedded systems course module is added, please send an email to editor@eeherald.com . Please share this page with others who are keen to learn embedded systems.


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