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C2000™ F2806x Microcontroller Workshop

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Date: May 15, 2019

NOTE: The workshop materials on this page are no longer being updated or maintained, and are provided “as is”. However, the workshop materials can still be very useful for learning about the device. The CCS projects which are used with the lab exercise source files may need to be recreated for use with later versions of the software. Also, the hardware target (i.e. development board) may be discontinued.

The C2000 TMS320F2806x Microcontroller Workshop is a hands-on technical course based on the TMS320F28069 device. This device shares many common features and peripherals that are also found on the other C2000 family members. Therefore, this workshop is ideal for anyone interested in learning more about the C2000 microcontrollers. Learning is accomplished through detailed presentation materials and hands-on lab exercises. This workshop has been developed to decrease the learning curve from months to days, reduce development time, and accelerate product time to market. Also, this workshop is perfect for both the beginner and advanced users.

The workshop starts with the basic concepts and progresses to more advanced topics in a logical fashion. Each topic and lab exercise builds on the previous one that was presented, running a common theme throughout the workshop. All of the lab exercises are written using the Peripheral Register Header Files and are performed on the F28069 Experimenter kit. The materials guide the user through system initialization, peripheral setup, and programming an application into flash memory using the Code Composer Studio on-chip flash programmer.

Workshop Outline

  1. Architecture Overview
  2. Programming Development Environment -- Lab: Linker command file
  3. Peripheral Register Header Files
  4. Reset and Interrupts
  5. System Initialization -- Lab: Watchdog and interrupts
  6. Analog-to-Digital Converter -- Lab: Build a data acquisition system
  7. Control Peripherals -- Lab: Generate and graph a PWM waveform
  8. Numerical Concepts -- Lab: Low-pass filter the PWM waveform
  9. Direct Memory Access (DMA) -- Lab: Use DMA to buffer ADC results
  10. Control Law Accelerator (CLA) -- Lab: Use CLA to filter PWM waveform
  11. Viterbi, Complex Math, CRC Unit (VCU)
  12. System Design -- Lab: Run the code from flash memory
  13. Communications
  14. Support Resources

Running the Labs

In order to run the labs, you will need:

NOTE: Your CCS installation must include the following options in each category:
• Processor Support – select “C2000 real-time MCUs”
• Select Emulators – choose “TI XDS Debug Probe Support”

Workshop Materials - Revision 5.0 May 2014

Additional information

This course is also a part of the following series

Date: May 16, 2019
Date: May 6, 2019
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