Rapid Embedded Systems Design Education Kit
Teach your students a faster and easier way to design and implement embedded systems using the Arm Mbed API and tools. This course covers the fundamental principles of how to accelerate the development of embedded systems and rapidly prototype various embedded applications.
The teaching materials have been updated to include coverage of Mbed Studio and Mbed CLI.
- A full set of lecture slides, ready for use in a typical 10-12-week undergraduate course (full syllabus below)
- Lab manual with code solutions for faculty. Labs are based on low-cost but powerful Arm-based hardware platforms.
- Prerequisites: Basics of programming in C / C++
To produce students who can design and program Arm-based embedded systems and implement them using commercial API.
- Knowledge and understanding of
- Arm processor architectures
- Arm-based microcontrollers as modern embedded computing platforms
- High-level programming API as a prototype tool for rapid development of embedded applications
- Fundamentals of programming peripherals on microcontrollers
- Explain the characteristics of an embedded system and evaluate its benefits and challenges
- Identify and explain key features of Arm architectures and processors
- Describe the flow of programming an Arm processor
- Outline the different components of the Mbed platform, how they relate to programming microcontrollers, and the benefits of a high-level API
- Explain how microcontroller peripherals can be controlled through the Mbed API, using digital and analog I/O, interrupts, pulse-width modulation, and timers
- Explain key serial communication technologies and how the Mbed API supports them
- Explain the features of a Real-time Operating System (RTOS) and how Mbed supports them
- Use the Mbed Command-line Interface (CLI) to import, compile and run projects
- Utilize Mbed API functions for digital and analog I/O, interrupts, and pulse-width modulation to control peripherals on a microcontroller
- Implement different serial communication protocols, such as UART, SPI, and I2C using Mbed Studio
- Utilize the Mbed RTOS APIs to create an application that can alter LED displays
- Utilize a range of Mbed APIs to design and create an advanced music player
|1||Introduction to Embedded Systems|
|2||The Arm Cortex-M4 Processor Architecture|
|3||Introduction to Arm Cortex-M4 Programming|
|4||Introduction to the Mbed Platform and CMSIS|
|5||Digital Input and Output (IO)|
|6||Interrupts and Low Power Features|
|7||Analog Input and Output|
|8||Timer and Pulse-Width Modulation|
|10||Real-Time Operating Systems|
Extra Reading: The Arm Cortex-M Processor Architecture: Part 2
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