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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TOP REVIEWS FROM EMBEDDED SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE
Great work by Alex University of Colorado Boulder and Alex but it should increase the course length
Very insightful introduction of embedded system's various memory types, memory access methods and data structures
Excellent course for the introduction of ARM Cortex Architecture. It gave me insight on Micro-controller inter routines.
It was really helpful in understanding my arm processor very well.
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