ARM7 with MATLAB Training

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ARM7 with MATLAB training explains ARM (Advanced RISC Machine) architecture, MATLAB programming skills, and different interfacing methods. During the training the participants develop the skills to work on microcontroller based systems. The trainees are equipped with the knowledge to convert MATLAB code to LPC21XX microcontroller based on ARM. How to plot the mages and use the GUIDE tool are also the part of comprehensive curriculum. Training on Simulink is also provided.

By the end of the training, you will be proficient in the following:

  • Clear understanding of ARM architecture and its based microcontrollers
  • Familiarity with block diagram, pin description, memory map and bus structure of Phillips LPC21XX
  • Detailed study of system peripherals of Phillips LPC21XX
  • Get overview of basic interfacing through LED, LCD, keypad matrix, switch, motor, relay, and infrared sensor
  • Basics of MATLAB and MATLAB programming
  • Providing external interface and GUI designing
  • Use Simulink, and create model of mathematical equations and dynamic systems
Target audience
  • Students from third and fourth year of BE / B. Tech. courses (Electronics, Electronics & Telecommunication, Instrumentation, Electrical, Computer Science, IT, Chemical).
  • Working professionals from different technologies including embedded systems, chemical, control among others.
  • Professionals willing to develop or enhance MATLAB skills.
Prerequisites

Candidates having knowledge of any 8-bit microcontroller architecture coupled with programming experience are the ideal participants for this course.

1. Introduction to ARM Architecture

  • Introduction of ARM Architecture Preview
  • Evolution of ARM Architecture
  • Pipeline Concept
  • ARM7 Architecture
  • ARM7 Based Microcontrollers

2. Introduction to Phillips LPC21XX

  • General description of LPC21XX
  • Features of LPC21XX
  • Block diagram & pin description
  • Memory map & bus structure

3. System peripherals of LPC21XX

  • Memory Accelerated (MAM)
  • Phase Locked Loop (PLL)
  • Power Control
  • APB (ARM peripheral Bus ) divider
  • Interrupt system
  • Wake –up Timer
  • Brown- out detection
  • Pin Connect Block
  • Vector interrupt Control (VIC)

4. User peripherals of LPC2148

  • Register description, Pin configuration, Features & applications of:
  • GPIO (General purpose input output)
  • Timer/Counter
  • PWM (Pulse Width modulation)
  • RTC (Real Time Clock)
  • WDT (Watch Dog Timer)
  • UART (Universal asynchronous receiver & transmitter)
  • I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit)
  • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
  • SSP (Synchronous Serial Port)
  • ADC (Analog to Digital Convertor)
  • DAC (Digital to Analog Convertor)

5. Basic interfacings

  • LED
  • Switch
  • Keypad matrix
  • LED matrix
  • 7 – segment Display
  • LCD - 2X16 Dot Matrix
    • 8 bit mode
    • 4 bit mode
  • Motors
    • DC Motor
    • Stepper Motor
    • Servo Motor
  • Relay
  • IR – sensor

6. Introduction to MATLAB

  • MATLAB introduction
  • Why, Where & Who Can use MATLAB
  • Power of MATLAB
  • MATLAB Software Introduction

7. Basics of MATLAB

  • Variables, Data types & Operators
  • Arrays, Matrix &Cells
  • Functions
  • Basic commands & functions
  • Working with Matrix

8. MATLAB Programming Basics

  • M-File editing
  • Debugging M-file
  • Calling functions
  • Writing functions
  • Basic Input Output Functions
  • Data import & export
  • Text file & excel Sheets

9. Programming Concepts

  • Control flow
  • Data types & Classes
  • Use of Cell Arrays, Structures, Character & Strings

10. Graphics

  • Introduction to graphs & plots
  • Different type of plot designing
  • 2D & 3D plots
  • Scientific data based plots
  • Plot editing & handling
  • Plotting Images

11. Graphical User Interface (GUI) Designing

  • Introduction to GUI
  • GUIDE tool
  • GUI Designing
  • GUI programming
  • GUI interfacings
  • Executable file Designing

12. External Interface

  • Image Processing
  • Audio & Video Processing
  • Serial Port Interfacing

13. SIMULINK

  • Getting familiarize with the SIMULINK user interface
  • Creating a new model
  • Opening an existing model
  • Brief study of the components of the SIMULINK
  • Introduction to Model-Based design
  • Importing and exporting data from and to the workspace
  • Creating a SIMULINK model out of the mathematical equations
  • Creating SIMULINK model of the dynamic systems

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