Quick Start Course on Programming ARM Cortex M3/M4 Processor based Microcontroller Premium class

FastBit Embedded Brain Academy, Embedded/Firmware Engineering

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47 Videos (3h 57m)
    • Promo Video : ARM Cortex M3/M4 Programming Course

      1:59
    • Overview of the Course

      4:12
    • Motivation to learn Cortex Family of Processors

      2:33
    • Programmer's Model :Operational Modes and Access Levels

      9:24
    • Switching between Privileged and Un-privileged Access Level

      3:05
    • Programmer’s Model: Register Model

      5:37
    • Programmer’s Model: Special Purpose Registers

      8:11
    • CMSIS

      2:45
    • Processor Reset Sequence

      3:28
    • Installing KEIL-MDK-5

      2:16
    • Installing Software Packs

      2:06
    • Creating Your First KEIL Project

      3:50
    • Debugging Project using KEIL µVison-4 IDE

      4:00
    • Understanding different Types of Clocks

      2:47
    • Quick Board Test With Blinky Application

      2:13
    • Discovering The Discovery Board

      1:51
    • Lab Assignment 1:Demonstrating Usage of CMSIS Core APIs

      6:00
    • Lab Assignment 2 : Switch between privileged and non-privileged access level

      5:55
    • Memory System features and Memory Map

      10:35
    • Bus Protocols and Bus interfaces

      4:52
    • Aligned and Un-aligned data transfer

      4:27
    • Bit-Banding

      7:31
    • Lab Assignments 3: Bit-Band Operations using C

      4:31
    • Intro to stack memory

      3:02
    • Stack memory model

      2:53
    • Subroutine and stack

      1:50
    • Stacking and un-stacking during Exception

      2:24
    • Lab assignment 4: Stack Operations Using Different Stack Pointers(MSP/PSP)

      6:18
    • Intro to System Exceptions and Interrupts

      4:07
    • NVIC(Nested Vectored Interrupt Controller )

      4:05
    • Interrupt priority

      8:36
    • Exception Activation and De-Activation

      2:37
    • Pending Interrupt behavior

      3:34
    • Lab assignment 5 : Exception Masking/Un-masking

      6:38
    • Lab Assignment 6 : Getting Started with USB-Logic Analyzer

      2:47
    • Lab Assignment 7 : Interrupt Priority and Pre-emption

      11:26
    • NVIC Registers

      5:58
    • Exception Vector Table

      4:56
    • Exception Entry and Exit Sequence

      5:55
    • Lab assignment 8: Programming and Configuring LED using Registers

      12:18
    • Lab assignment 9 : Programming and Configuring External Interrupt (Buttons)-I

      6:35
    • Lab assignment 9 : Programming and Configuring External Interrupt (Buttons)-II

      11:56
    • Use of shadowed stack pointer

      3:12
    • SVC System Exception

      7:34
    • PendSV System Exception-I

      4:26
    • PendSV System Exception-II (Understanding with animation)

      6:02
    • Lab assignment 11 : PendSV in offloading interrupt processing

      3:58

About This Class

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Have you ever tried to learn about ARM Cortex M3/M4 Processor by reading a book or technical manuals and found stuck ? . Have you  ended up seeing bits and pieces all over the map but could not able tie it all together to have a big picture ? 

This course is for Embedded Engineers/Students like you who want to learn and Program ARM Cortex M3/M4  based controllers by digging deep into its internals and programming aspects.

Don't worry if you are new to ARM based controller. In this course, you'll see everything you needed to quickly get started with Programming Cortex M3/M4 based controller. The lab session covers various programming assignments which helps you to remember the concepts better. 

Listen !! Its not Mandatory to buy a new Hardware !

Many people ask me which hardware to buy, i would like to mention that
if you buy new hardware for every new course then the problem never ends. The biggest objective of this course to understand the core internal details with register level programming and to share generic ideas to handle interrupts and peripherals so that you  can confident enough to handle any development board based on any microcontroller. 

 You will get a full coverage of ARM Cortex M3/M4 processor with full hands on lab sessions. Once you complete the course, I assure you that you will be confident to handle any microcontroller in terms of writing firmware, Memory maps, handling interrupts,Nested Vector interrupt controller(NVIC) , Writing IRQ handlers, handling system exceptions and many more. I even walk you through reference manuals and datasheets to understand things better. 

For the lab STM32F4xx based Discovery board is used. But the Course is designed such a way  that it can be applied to any Microcontroller based on ARM Cortex M3/M4.  So, need not to buy any special hardware for this course. if you already have some other development board i would suggest you keep using that. You can download the source code and play with your own hardware.

Save time and have fun !

Watching lectures, Programming assignments and lots of animations will save hours off your self-study time, and will give you the confidence to look at embedded processors  from a different perspective. So, learn something new this year and boost your momentum at  work .

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Embedded/Firmware Engineering

Kiran Nayak, Technical Lead of FastBit Embedded, holds the Designation of Embedded Software Developer and has over 7 years of experience in domain Embedded Software Development, Firmware Engineering, Real time systems, etc. He worked with some of the leading chip manufacturing companies in the domain of firmware engineering, BLE SDK development, Low power wireless protocol stack development, etc. 

He is a frequent presenter in Conferences and seminars. He obtained his bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communication engineering and Co-authored and presented Many IEEE papers in different International conferences. 

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