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SimpleLink™ Academy - FreeRTOS | Project Zero

When: March 9, 2017
The SimpleLink™ MSP432™ and Wi-Fi® CC3220 software development kits (SDKs) include the ability to use FreeRTOS™ (as well as the TI-RTOS). This workshop will explain what this really means.Here's what we'll learn:How TI Drivers work with FreeRTOSPOSIX support with FreeRTOSUnderstand parts of FreeRTOS kernel projectsThis 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 - POSIX Project Zero

When: March 9, 2017
POSIX (Portable Operating System Interface) is an IEEE industry API standard for OS compatibility. The SimpleLink™ software development kits (SDKs) 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. 

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Project Zero

When: March 9, 2017
This workshop is a simple introduction for using TI Drivers within the Simplelink™ SDK. 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. 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 9, 2017
This workshop is a continuation of the TI Drivers Project Zero 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.

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | GPIO Interrupt

When: March 9, 2017
This workshop is a simple introduction for setting up GPIO interrupts using TI Drivers within the Simplelink™ SDK. We will be leveraging the gpio_interrupt 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.

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Porting TI Drivers

When: March 9, 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 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.

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI Drivers | Configuring TI Drivers

When: March 9, 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. 

SimpleLink™ Academy - TI-RTOS | Basic

When: March 9, 2017
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. 

SimpleLink™ Academy - Wi-Fi | CC3220 Project Zero

When: March 9, 2017
CC3220 Project Zero: Getting Started with the Network Terminal Example.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 - Wi-Fi | CC3220 Portable + Wi-Fi

When: March 9, 2017
Adding Wi-Fi functionality on top of the SimpleLink MCU SDK common Portable example with the CC3220.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 - Proprietary RF | Linux Gateway Project Zero

When: March 13, 2017
The TI 15.4-Stack Linux SDK example applications helps developers create ultra-low power, very long-range, star-topology network solutions. The TI 15.4-Stack Linux SDK includes the Collector and Gateway Example Applications (in addition to others; See the TI 15.4-Stack Embedded Developer’s Guide for more details). The Linux Collector Example Application interfaces over UART with a CC13x0 LaunchPad™, which acts as a MAC CoProcessor (CoP). The Collector Example Application implements a full-function device which performs the functions of a network PAN coordinator (starting a network and permitting devices to join this network) and also provides an interface for monitoring and collecting sensor data from one or more sensor devices. In addition, the Collector Gateway Example Application provides a socket server interface to the Linux Gateway 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.

設計助手

Date:
March 21, 2017

Duration:
07:01
歡迎來到Power Stage設計師培訓部分。
Free webinar - SAR ADCs vs. Delta-Sigma ADCs: Different Architectures for Different Applications

Webinar - SAR ADCs vs. Delta-Sigma ADCs: Different Architectures for Different Applications

Date:
April 4, 2017

Duration:
26:45
This presentation covers the architecture details for the two most common types of precision analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that are widely used in a variety of consumer, automotive and industrial applications.
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IEEE802.3bt New Features

Date:
April 13, 2017

Duration:
16:50
This training provides technical information about the new IEEE802.3bt standard and compares the new features to the IEEE802.3at standard.
Automotive front end power stage

Riding Out Automotive Transients : Architecting Front End Power Conversion Stage for Automotive Off-Battery Loads

With rapidly expanding electronic content in latest generation of cars, there is an ever increasing need for power conversion from the car battery rail. The 12-V battery rail is subject to a variety of transients. This presents a unique challenge in terms of the power architecture for off-battery systems. This presentation introduces the different types of transients that occur in automotive battery rails, the causes of those transients, and the standards and specifications defining the test conditions for those transients.

Debugging Embedded Linux Systems Training Series

Linux is well-adopted within embedded systems. But debugging Linux system issues can be overwhelming. This training series teaches the techniques of debugging kernel issues that may be encountered in embedded Linux systems. This training series explains the Linux kernel logging system and logging API, illustrates how to locate a particular device driver, and demonstrates how to read kernel oops logs.

Average Current Mode Control of Bidirectional DCDC Systems

Date:
April 25, 2017

Duration:
57:18
This presentation will cover the modeling of average current mode control (ACMC) for both buck and boost converters.

Practical Comparisons of 3 different DC-DC Control Modes

Certain end-equipment, like communications, server, industrial, and personal electronics have design challenges solved by the DC/DC converter’s control-mode.  This session will compare and contrast 3 different devices using 3 different control modes under the same design criteria to see how each control mode solves particular size, efficiency, external component, ripple and transient response design challenges.

LC-sensing - a key sub-system in Smart Water and Heat meters

Date:
April 25, 2017

Duration:
04:59
CC1350 Wireless MCU and TI FemtoFET devices implement a LC-sensing solution together with a Dual-band RF link, an InfraRed LED port and segment LCD SW control

Designing Quick-Starting Embedded Systems Training Series

This training series provides background on embedded systems startup to enable users of the AM3x/AM4x/AM57x Sitara processors to make choices that reduce boot time during system design of a selected processor. It introduces the boot time components of the catalog processors, system, and the Processor Linux Software Development Kit (PLSDK). It provides first steps and capabilities to reduce boot time using the Processor SDK without significant customization. This presentation also gives developers a look beyond just the initialization of the selected OS.

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