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TI-RSLK MAX Module 11 – Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

This module will show you how to display characters and provide real-time debugging on a display screen. An LCD or OLED on your robot provides a convenient way to observe what it is thinking.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 12 – DC motors

The purpose of this lab is to interface the motors to the TI LaunchPad to make the robot move. Understanding how duty cycle, voltage and current combine to affect speed is required when building your robot.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 13 – Timers

In this module, you will write software that uses the timers to create PWM outputs. Using timers for PWM and period interrupts provide mechanisms to grow the complexity of the robot system

TI-RSLK MAX Module 14 – Real-time systems

This module demonstrates how to use priority interrupts for creating real-time systems.  As your robot system becomes more complex, period interrupts are one way to combine multiple threads onto one microcontroller.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 15 – Data acquisition systems

This module will teach you how to interface the infrared distance sensors using the analog-to-digital converter. IR distance sensors are an essential component for solving robot challenges where avoiding walls is necessary to achieve the goal.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 16 – Tachometer

In this module, you will learn how to interface the tachometers that enable the robot to measure motor rotational speed. Tachometer data allows your software to drive straight, drive for a prescribed amount of distance or turn at a prescribed angle.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 17 – Control systems

The purpose of this module is to create a control system by combining the sensors with the actuators. Incremental and integral control are simple algorithms for controlling motor speed.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 18 – Serial communication

The purpose of this module is to understand the operation and use of first in first out (FIFO) queue to interface the robot to the PC using a serial channel. You will create two FIFO queues and design a command interpreter to assist in the robot challenge. You will develop an interrupting device driver using the universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART). This serial port allows the microcontroller to communicate with devices such as other computers, input sensors, and output displays.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 19 – Bluetooth low energy

The purpose of this module is to understand basic concepts of Bluetooth® low energy (BLE). You will interface the TI SimpleLink™ BLE CC2650 Module BoosterPack™ Plug-in module to the SimpleLink MSP432P401R LaunchPad™ development kit using universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) communication. You will create a BLE service with multiple characteristics and design a robot system that can be controlled by a smart device using BLE.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 20 – Wi-Fi

In this module, you will learn how to develop a set of Wi-Fi communication functions and learn how to interact with web services. By using the CC3100 to communicate with the MSP432, you will interface a Wi-Fi radio module to the microcontroller.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 1 - Lecture video - Running code on the LaunchPad using CCS

Date:
July 20, 2019

Duration:
11:03
Introduction to embedded systems with CCS and the TI-RSLK software installation.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 2 - Lecture video - Voltage, current and power

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
26:17
Covering resistors, capacitors and LEDs.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 2 - Lecture video 2b - Circuits

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
10:19
Introduction into circuits and the overall electrical systems

TI-RSLK MAX Module 3 - Lecture video - ARM Cortex M Architecture Digital Logic

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
11:57
Introduction into digital logical by learning the fundamentals, digital versus analog, and processor

TI-RSLK MAX Module 3 - Lecture video - ARM Cortex M Architecture Part I

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
20:10
Understanding how the processor works is essential for the design of embedded systems, such as the one used in your robot.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 3 lecture video part II: ARM Cortex M Assembly

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
23:01
In this module you will develop and test an assembly function the maze robot might use to perform a numerical calculation.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 4 - Lecture video part I - C programming

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
26:31
In this module, you will develop and test software functions that will be used in the maze robot.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 4 - Lecture video part II - Design

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
19:50
Learn software design through a call graph, data flow graph, successive refinement, abstraction (functions) and modular design (header/code files).

TI-RSLK MAX Module 4 - lecture video part III - Debugging

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
17:27
Learn debugging on the MSP432 through controls (step, breakpoints), observing variables and functional debugging.

TI-RSLK MAX Module 5 - Lecture video part I - Battery and voltage regulation

Date:
July 18, 2019

Duration:
20:55
Learn battery power sources, voltage regulation (constant voltage) and performance measurements.
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