TMS320C2000 Microcontroller Workshop
Ready to dive into the world of C2000 MCUs! If so, then this multi-day, hands-on technical workshop is for you. Save weeks of development time and walk away ready to start your design immediately. Covering the Piccolo™ F2806x devices, TI experts will walk you through the system initialization, peripheral setup and programming an application into flash memory using the CCS on-chip Flash programmer. Additionally, you will learn about IQmath, FPU, DMA, CLA, VCU and DSP/BIOS.
The workshop is based on the F28069 device since it combines many common features and peripherals of the PiccoloTM and DelfinoTM families. Therefore, this workshop would be very useful to anyone interested in the C2000 MCU family of devices.
Every lab exercise builds on the previous lab exercise, running a common application theme throughout the workshop. The lab exercises are performed using the F28069 Piccolo Experimenter's Kit. This kit consists of a docking station, a USB cable, the F28069 controlCARD, and CCSv5.
The docking station features on-board USB JTAG emulation, access to all of the controlCARD signals/peripherals, and breadboard areas. The controlCARD is a complete board level module that utilizes an industry-standard DIMM form factor to provide a single-board controller solution. The docking station is fully powered from the USB connection and no external power supply is needed.
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All workshop attendees will receive a free F28069 Piccolo Experimenter's Kit at the start of class for the lab experiments and to take home upon completion of class to help reinforce the workshop concepts.
This course has no specific prerequisites however some familiarity with the following is especially helpful:
- Embedded processor design
- Digital Signal processor design
- C and Assembly language programming
- Graphical development environments such as Code Composer Studio
While digital signal processing, motor control theory, and power supply design is not specifically covered in the workshop, understanding these concepts may help you better understand their implementation with the processor.
United States: $1595.00 includes take-home F28069 Piccolo Experimenter's Kit
- Mar 12-14, 2013 Dallas, TX
- May 07-09, 2013 Schaumburg, IL
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Europe: €1800 excluding VAT includes take-home F28069 Piccolo Experimenter's Kit
- 05-08 Mar 2013 - Garching, Germany
- 02-05 Jul 2013 - Garching, Germany
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TMS320C2000 Microcontroller Workshop Outline
1. Architecture Overview
2. Programming Development Environment
3. Peripheral Register Header Files
4. Reset and Interrupts
5. System Initialization
- Lab: Watchdog and Interrupts
6. Analog-to-Digital Converter
- Lab: Build a data acquisition system
7. Control Peripherals
- Lab: Generate and Graph a PWM waveform
8. Numerical Concepts and IQ Math
- Lab: Low-pass filter the PWM waveform
9. Direct Memory Access (DMA)
- Lab: Use DMA to buffer ADC results
10. Control Law Accelerator (CLA)
- Lab: Use the CLA to filter PWM waveform
11. Viterbi, Complex Math, CRC Unit (VCU)
12. System Design
- Lab: Run the code from flash memory
- Lab: Run DSP/BIOS code from flash memory
15. Support Resources
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- US workshops are 3 days in length
- 8:30AM - 5:00PM
- Lunch provided
European classes are subject to cancellation if minimum number of attendees is not met one week prior to the date of the workshop.
United States classes are subject to cancellation if minimum number of attendees is not met two weeks prior to the date of the workshop.
In the event of short notice cancellation Texas Instruments' liability is limited soley to the refund of the workshop fees
Minimum = 5 Maximum = 12