Embedded Software and Hardware Architecture is a first dive into understanding embedded architectures and writing software to manipulate this hardware. You will gain experience writing low-level firmware to directly interface hardware with highly efficient, readable and portable design practices. We will now transition from the Host Linux Machine where we built and ran code in a simulated environment to an Integrated Development Environment where you will build and install code directly on your ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller. Course assignments include writing firmware to interact and configure both the underlying ARM architecture and the MSP432 microcontroller platform. The course concludes with a project where you will develop a circular buffer data structure.
Embedded Software and Hardware ArchitectureUniversity of Colorado Boulder
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I like, very interesting to aboard a good firmware development in microcontrollers
Excellent course for the introduction of ARM Cortex Architecture. It gave me insight on Micro-controller inter routines.
The perfect building of concepts by Mr. Alex. If you want to get your basics strong, this is the course you need to attend.
This is a very wonderful course. The instruction was perfectly delivered, and I can see myself going places with what I have learned here so far.
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