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Introduction to mmWave SDK

Introduction to mmWave SDK

Date:
May 11, 2017

Duration:
15:53
Introduction to mmWave SDK

mmWave SDK EVM Out-of-Box Demo

Date:
May 10, 2017

Duration:
04:31
mmWave SDK EVM Out-of-Box Demo
mmWave EVMs Deep Dive

mmWave EVMs Deep Dive

Date:
May 1, 2017

Duration:
06:24
The mmWave EVMs Deep Dive introduces the various mmWave EVMs and describes their block diagrams and connectivity ecosystems.
Porting Applications with the SimpleLink SDK

Porting Applications with the SimpleLink SDK

Date:
April 29, 2017

Duration:
06:45
Video demonstrating how easy it is to port applications between SimpleLink microcontrollers.

EtherCAT Master on Sitara Processors: Time-Triggered Send (TTS) and Sitara Scalability

Date:
April 27, 2017

Duration:
05:15
This EtherCAT Master on Sitara processors training provides an introduction to Time-Triggered Send (TTS).

EtherCAT Master on Sitara Processors: Acontis and CoDeSys EtherCAT Master Software Architectures

Date:
April 27, 2017

Duration:
08:54
This EtherCAT Master on Sitara processors training examines both the Acontis EtherCAT master software architecture

EtherCAT Master on Sitara Processors: Factory Automation + EtherCAT Protocol Overview

Date:
April 27, 2017

Duration:
09:14
This training provides an overview of the EtherCAT Master on Sitara processors training series

Dos and Don'ts for Communicating Issues & Queries to the Linux E2E Community Forums

Date:
April 26, 2017

Duration:
10:18
This video provides recommendations to customers for posting issues and queries to the Texas Instruments E2E Community Forums.

LP8863-Q1: TI's Best-in-Class Automotive Backlight LED Driver

Date:
April 17, 2017

Duration:
02:40
The 6-channel LP8863-Q1 automotive backlight LED driver has the capability to drive up to 96 LEDs and provide 40W of output power.

HSR and PRP Redundancy on RT Linux Training Series

This training series looks at High Availability Seamless Redundancy (HSR) and Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP), which are fundamental to many of the tightly-synchronized, high-reliability systems being built today. HSR and PRP work together or separate to keep systems working even when things break so that power stays on and things keep getting built. Both of them work in the low levels of the Ethernet stack to provide the applications that they serve these fundamental capabilities.

HSR and PRP Redundancy on RT Linux: Redundancy Overview

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
17:53
This training explains how redundancy helps avoid inevitable failures as high-reliability systems become more reliant on communication

HSR and PRP Redundancy on RT Linux: Redundancy and Linux

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
13:44
This training explains why Linux and RT Linux are good operating system choices for implementing redundancy protocols like HSR and PRP.

HSR and PRP Redundancy on RT Linux: Linux Commands

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
11:14
This training introduces the standard Linux commands and tools that are used to create, manage, and test HSR and PRP protocols.

HSR and PRP Redundancy on RT Linux: Systems Overview

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
11:14
This training introduces Ethernet-based Intelligent Electronic Devices(IED), which comprise the tightly-synchronized, high-reliability systems being built today

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.

Debugging Embedded Linux Systems: Locate Device Driver Source Code

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
12:05
This training illustrates various techniques used to locate a particular device driver in the Linux kernel.

Debugging Embedded Linux Systems: Understand Kernel Oops Logs

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
12:10
This training demonstrates how to read kernel oops logs, which are produced when there is a deviation from normal behavior of the Linux kernel.

Debugging Embedded Linux Systems: Kernel Logging System Overview

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
04:29
This training provides an overview of the Linux kernel logging system and the log levels that specify the severity of the error message.

Debugging Embedded Linux Systems: printk and Variations

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
10:29
This training provides an introduction to the printk API and variations, which is used to get debug information from your Linux kernel code.

Debugging Embedded Linux Systems: Dynamic Debug

Date:
April 15, 2017

Duration:
09:52
This training introduces the dynamic debug feature of the Linux kernel, which provides the ability to dynamically enable and disable kernel code to obtain additional information.
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