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building automation webinar series

Creating robust, innovative, low-power HMI interfaces for e-lock, security, thermostats and other building automation interfaces with CapTIvate touch technology

Date:
October 6, 2016

Duration:
40:23
This webinar is the third session from the Building Automation webinar series. Brought to you in cooperation with Farnell element 14. 

MSP Bootloader (BSL) Options

Date:
December 16, 2016

Duration:
09:27
The MSP Bootloader options video introduces the different options and customization of BSL depending on the device family in MSP430 and MSP432 devices.

MSP430 Workshop Series 10 of 12 - USB Communications

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
19:18
MSP430 Workshop - Part 10 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 11 of 12 - Energia (Arduino)

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
28:52
MSP430 Workshop - Part 11 of 12
MSP430 Code Composer Studio

MSP430 Workshop Series 2 of 12 - Code Composer Studio

Date:
September 18, 2015

Duration:
28:09
MSP Design Workshop - Part 2 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 3 of 12 - Using MSPWare with GPIO

Date:
August 25, 2015

Duration:
20:42
MSP Design Workshop - Part 3 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 4a of 12 - Reset Modes

Date:
September 18, 2015

Duration:
04:37
MSP Design Workshop - Part 4a of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 4b of 12 - Clocks

Date:
September 18, 2015

Duration:
14:09
MSP Design Workshop - Part 4b of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 4c of 12 - DCO initialization/calibration

Date:
September 18, 2015

Duration:
09:42
MSP Design Workshop - Part 4c of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 4d of 12 - System Initialization

Date:
September 18, 2015

Duration:
09:18
MSP Workshop - Part 4d of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 4e of 12 - Lab Abstract

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
01:37
MSP430 Workshop - Part 4e of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 5 of 12 - Interrupts

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
31:40
MSP430 Workshop - Part 5 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 6 of 12 - Timers

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
30:16
MSP430 Workshop - Part 6 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 7 of 12 - Low-Power Optimization

Date:
September 25, 2015

Duration:
27:14
MSP Design Workshop - Part 7 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 8 of 12 - Interrupts

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
07:17
MSP430 Workshop - Part 8 of 12

MSP430 Workshop Series 9 of 12 - Non-Volatile Memory

Date:
April 21, 2014

Duration:
18:36
MSP430 Workshop - Part 9 of 12

MSP430™ Ultrasonic sensing MCUs - Portfolio overview

Date:
July 8, 2019

Duration:
02:42
Get an overview of MSP430 ultrasonic sensing MCUs – the easiest to use with robust performance for water/gas/flow meters.

MSP430 Capacitive Touch MCUs featuring CapTIvate™ Technology Training Series

MSP430 MCUs featuring CapTIvate technology are the most noise-immune capacitive touch MCUs, and first to feature an IEC61000-4-6 certified solution. These MCUs feature the most configurable combination of buttons, wheels, sliders and proximity sensing interfaces, as well as support for metal touch, glove-proof and moisture-tolerant designs, all at the world's lowest power.

This training series details the key features of MSP430 MCUs featuring CapTIvate technology, enabling you to get started on your next great capacitive touch design and get to market more quickly.

Advanced Signal Processing on 16-bit MSP430 FRAM MCUs with Low Energy Accelerator (LEA)

This training series covers LEA or Low Energy Accelerator a vector math co-processor, the performance benchmark, and how to get started on the new MSP430FR599x. LEA is capable of performing various signal processing tasks efficiently without any CPU intervention. For example, LEA can perform a 256-point complex FFT in just ~5k cycles whereas a Cortex-M4F would take approximately 17k cycles (3.6x improvement).

Designing with Delta-Sigma ADCs: System design considerations to optimize performance

Delta-sigma analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) are oversampling converters typically used in applications requiring higher resolution. However, ADCs do not work by themselves. In fact, they require several key components around them, including a front-end amplifier, a voltage reference, a clock source, power supplies, and a good layout. Many devices integrate these features together with the ADC to offer a complete system solution, which simplifies the design for customers and minimizes board space.

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