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## Control Theory seminar

This 4-part technical seminar offers an introduction to control theory which is of value to electronic, electrical and mechanical engineers.  The aim is to provide engineers with an insight into elementary control problems and their solution.  An understanding of basic engineering mathematics is recommended to benefit fully from this course.

Agenda
1. Fundamental concepts: Linear systems, transient response, frequency analysis, classification of systems
2. Feedback systems: Effects of feedback, Nyquist analysis, stability margins, phase compensation
3. Transient response: Transient specifications, steady state error, PID control, root locus analysis
4. Discrete time systems: Sampled systems, the z-transform, aliasing, delay & reconstruction, discrete transformations
Description
• The course opens with a review of fundamental concepts, including linear differential equations and the Laplace transform. The behaviour of classical first and second order systems is examined in both the time and the frequency domains.
• The second section introduces closed loop control and the effects of negative feedback in the frequency domain. The Nyquist plot is introduced as a valuable tool to assess control loop stability and performance, and is applied to the design of phase compensators.
• The central theme of section three is control performance in the time domain. The design and tuning of PID controllers is explained using the step response, and various methods of assessing quality of response are presented. The root locus plot then is introduced as a method of designing complex systems to meet transient response specifications.
• Section four focuses on discrete time systems.  The z-transform is introduced, and the relationship between the s-plane and z-plane explained in detail.  The design of digital closed loop controllers is then described using emulation and direct design methods.  Also covered are some important practical considerations when implementing discrete time controllers, including aliasing, sample rate selection, the effects of computational delay, and zero order hold.
• The material is supported by many examples and tutorials, and includes a short question & answer session at the end of each section.  Matlab is used throughout the seminar to introduce new concepts and to illustrate each major topic.  A printed copy of the seminar manual containing the presentation material is issued to each attendee at the start of the course.

## Use MSP432 microcontrollers to bring high performance to low-power applications

While the market requires better power performance, it also continuously demands more functionality from devices. The challenge many developers face today is maintaining or improving battery operating life while simultaneously increasing a device’s capabilities. For many devices, it is not feasible to increase battery size or capacity. Developers need to achieve higher performance within the same power footprint if battery life is not to be compromised.

## Touch the Revolution with MSP MCUs featuring CapTIvate™ technology

Date:
November 10, 2015

Duration:
01:05
MSP MCUs with CapTIvate technology offer support for metal touch, the industry's highest resolution sliders and 3D gestures with the world's lowest power.

## Debug Server Scripting (DSS)

Date:
September 12, 2016

Duration:
18:50
If you need to automatically test your product or code, you will be interested in the DSS webinar.

## Embedded Security Fundamentals and Portfolio Overview for MSP MCUs Series

This series outlines a number of Embedded Security Fundamentals as well as a portfolio overview for MSP430 and MSP432 microcontrollers. These are just some of the topics covered in this series:

• Understand embedded security fundamentals
• Security terminologies and definitions
• Embedded microcontroller user requirements
• Microcontroller devices security offerings and development model

## Webinar: "Introduction to Texas Instruments Security Solutions"

Date:
January 26, 2017

Duration:
38:23
The Internet of Things is a technology that enables companies to collect data from their applications

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When: March 7, 2017
POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface) is an IEEE industry API standard for OS compatibility. The&nbsp;SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs)&nbsp;has both TI-RTOS and FreeRTOS support, however it also offers POSIX support on top of either of these RTOS's. This allows applications to be independent of the underlying RTOS. This workshop provides a simple introduction to using POSIX with the SimpleLink SDK. You will use TI Resource Explorer, the SimpleLink SDK, and CCS Cloud to modify a project and run it on a SimpleLink LaunchPad™ Development Kit. The goal for this project is to familiarize you with some POSIX APIs and concepts typically used in multithreaded applications. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;

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When: March 7, 2017
The purpose of this exercise is to familiarize the users with the RF driver running on the SimpleLink™ CC13x0 device. Users will also use Code Composer Studio and SmartRF™ Studio, and will learn how to import&nbsp;and modify&nbsp;existing RX & TX example applications. Users will use 2 CC13x0 LaunchPad™ kits to send/receive data between them. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;

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When: March 7, 2017
This training will walk you through setting up the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) example with the SimpleLink™ CC13xx device. When you have completed the training you will have a WSN consisting of a concentrator displaying data received from one or more sensor nodes. The nodes will be truly ultra low power and only wake up to send data if the measured ADC value (capacitive coupling on certain pins) changes by a certain threshold. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp; &nbsp;

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When: March 7, 2017
This training will walk you through setting up the Easy Link Network Processor example, as well as using SmartRF Studio for RF evaluation. When you have completed the training you will be able to set up the TI-RTOS EasyLink AT command Network Processor example to run on supported hardware, e.g. the CC1310/CC1350 LaunchPad. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;

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When: March 7, 2017
This workshop is a simple introduction for using TI Drivers within the Simplelink™ SDK.&nbsp;To get our feet wet, we are going to start basic & will learn how to blink an LED on our LaunchPad using the SimpleLink SDK. Specifically, we are going to be using "TI Drivers", a collection of easy-to-use APIs that provide abstracted, functional access to various peripherals. Note that TI Drivers are compatible across the entire portfolio SimpleLink MCU devices.&nbsp; This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.

## SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Using GUI Composer JTAG/XDS model

When: March 7, 2017
This workshop is a continuation of the&nbsp;TI Drivers Project Zero&nbsp;exercise. We will expand on that example by creating a simple PC-side graphical user interface (GUI) that complements our example. If you remember, we created a simple application that continually reads an ADC channel & toggles an LED on or off depending on whether or not our ADC reading exceeds a threshold. To do this, we will use a nifty tool called GUI Composer. GUI Composer is a browser-based utility for creating PC-side graphical interfaces for interacting with your hardware. GUI Composer supports several interfaces today, including Serial/UART, JTAG/XDS, or MQTT (for IoT applications). This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.

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When: March 7, 2017
This workshop is a simple introduction for setting up GPIO interrupts using TI Drivers within the Simplelink™ SDK. We will be leveraging the&nbsp;gpio_interrupt&nbsp;code example provided within the SimpleLink SDK for reference. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.

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When: March 7, 2017
With changing markets and new devices always coming out, software should be written in a manner which allows it to be moved to different devices easily. With the&nbsp;SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs), no/minimal application software changes are required when porting to a new device or RTOS. This is accomplished by using TI Drivers and POSIX APIs.This workshop is an introduction to the portability of applications using SimpleLink SDKs. This workshop will focus on the key areas that might be affected when porting an existing driver application to a different SimpleLink device. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;&nbsp;

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When: March 7, 2017
This workshop will dive into the details on how to configure TI Drivers for all SimpleLink Devices. We'll use these different devices in this workshop but the concepts are the same for all TI Drivers on all SimpleLink devices. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;

## SimpleLink™ Academy - TI-15.4 Stack | Sensor and Collector TI-15.4 Stack Project Zero

When: March 7, 2017
TI-15.4 Stack is an IEEE 802.15.4e/g RF communication stack. It is a main part of the SimpleLink CC13x0 Software Development Kit (SDK), and provides support for star-topology networks for Sub-1 GHz applications. TI-15.4 Stack runs on MCUs from the TI’s SimpleLink™ Sub-1 GHz CC13x0 wireless microcontroller (MCU) family. It offers several key benefits such as longer range in FCC band and better protection against in-band interference by implementing frequency hopping. This complete stack offering provides customers an accelerated time to market with a complete end-to-end node-to-gateway solution.In this lab, we will run a pair of examples based on the complete TI-15.4 Stack, one Sensor and one Collector - creating a star network of sensor node(s) sending data to a collector. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;

## SimpleLink™ Academy - TI-15.4 Stack | Using TI-15.4 stack and portable app to create a remote sensor

When: March 7, 2017
TI-15.4 Stack is an IEEE 802.15.4e/g RF communication stack. It is a main part of the SimpleLink CC13x0 Software Development Kit (SDK), and provides support for star-topology networks for Sub-1 GHz applications. TI-15.4 Stack runs on MCUs from the TI’s SimpleLink™ Sub-1 GHz CC13x0 wireless microcontroller (MCU) family. It offers several key benefits such as longer range in FCC band and better protection against in-band interference by implementing frequency hopping. This complete stack offering provides customers an accelerated time to market with a complete end-to-end node-to-gateway solution.In this lab, we start with the Portable example, which can be easily built and executed on all the various SimpleLink LaunchPads. The Portable example application reads data via I2C from a temperature sensor on a BoosterPack and communicates this data to the user over UART. We will then combine this application with the Sensor example application from the lab&nbsp;Sensor and Collector - TI-15.4 Stack Project Zero, to add RF reporting capabilities to the portable application, using the TI-15.4 stack. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;

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When: March 7, 2017
The SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs) includes TI-RTOS support.TI-RTOS accelerates development schedules by eliminating the need to create basic system software functions from scratch. TI-RTOS scales from a minimal footprint real-time multitasking kernel - TI-RTOS Kernel (formerly known as SYS/BIOS) - to a complete RTOS solution including protocol stacks, multicore communications, device drivers and power management. By providing essential system software components pre-tested and pre-integrated, TI-RTOS enables developers to focus on differentiating their application. This training is delivered as part of SimpleLink™ Academy in TI Resource Explorer, a collection of curated training modules developed by TI subject matter experts to help developers get up and running as quickly as possible.&nbsp;