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Mastering Microcontroller with Embedded Driver Development
Год выпуска: 2017
Производитель: Udemy
Сайт производителя: https://www.udemy.com/mastering-microcontroller-with-peripheral-driver-development/
Автор: FastBit Embedded Brain Academy
Продолжительность: 17.5 часов
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Язык: Индусский Английский
Описание:
This Course Demystifies the internal working of the Microcontroller and its Peripherals.
Coding for the Peripherals STEP-BY-STEP and Developing software drivers completely from scratch by extracting maximum information from Datasheets,Reference manuals, specs,etc
Protocol Decoding Using logic analyzers, Debugging, Testing along with Hints and Tips.

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Overview of the Course
07:22
Important Note
00:22
What is this course all about ??
Preview
05:57
Source Code
00:09
IDE setup for Embedded Code Development
00:52

Development board used in our courses
22:05
Note for the students
00:09
About MCU Development board
05:12
STM32F4 Discovery and Nucleo : Board Details
08:53
ST-Link Driver Installation
03:38
ST Link Firmware Upgrade
04:13

Eclipse Setup For ARM Cortex M based MCUs
01:50:43
Note for the students
00:33
Section-Summary
00:10
Download Eclipse for C/C++ Developers
04:41
Download Cross-Toolchain for ARM Cortex Processor
04:56
Installing GNU ARM Eclipse Plugins
07:18
Installing Windows Build Tools(only for Windows users)
02:48
Download and Install OpenOCD
03:54
Eclipse Project Creation for ARM Cortex Proc. Based MCU
10:38
Understanding Eclipse Project Directory structure.
12:38
Understanding CMSIS
Preview
06:16
Downloading CMSIS
03:22
Integrating MCU Peripheral Library( Device HAL)
07:53
Integrating MCU Peripheral Library( Device HAL) Contd
19:06
Download & Debugging Code using GDB and OpenOCD
11:58
Download & Debugging Code using GDB and OpenOCD contd.
14:32

KEIL-MDK-5 Setup For ARM Cortex M based MCUs
42:47
Note for the students
00:11
KEIL-MDK-5 Installation
07:49
KEIL-MDK-5 Installation Contd.
02:36
KEIL-MDK-5 Pack Installation
12:59
Locating Pack Installation files
03:05
Creating a KEIL Project
12:11
Understaning The Discovery Board
01:42
Hardware/Software Requirements
02:13

LED/Button Exercises using BSPs
30:07
Exercise: LED Toggling App using Board BSP APIs
17:34
Exercise: LED Toggling App using Board BSP APIs-Nucleo
05:57
Exercise : Adding button support using board BSP APIs(Nucleo)
06:36

Embedded Code Debugging Tools n Tips
55:24
Embedded Code Debugging Part-1
04:18
Embedded Code Debugging Part-2: Break points
01:51
Embedded Code Debugging Part-3: Step In/Step Over/Step Out
04:43
Embedded Code Debugging Part-4 : Disable/Kill all Bkpts.
02:15
Embedded Code Debugging Part-5: Call Stack Usage
Preview
09:02
Embedded Code Debugging Part-6: Watch Windows
03:42
Embedded Code Debugging Part-7: Memory Windows
17:36
Exercise-Copying data from Flash to RAM
11:57

Understanding MCU Memory Map
16:51
Understanding Memory Map of the MCU: Part 1
05:10
Understanding Memory Map of the MCU: Part 2
03:04
Understanding Memory Map of the MCU: Part 3
08:37

MCU Bus Interfaces
37:27
MCU Bus Interfaces Explanation Part 1: I-Code/D-Code/S-Bus
11:26
MCU Bus Interfaces Explanation Part 2: AHB/APB1/APB2
08:13
MCU Bus Interfaces Explanation Part 3: Q/A session
Preview
11:29
Understanding MCU Bus Matrix
06:19

Understanding MCU Clocks and Details
36:53
Understanding MCU Clocking System:Part1
06:00
Understanding MCU Clocking System: Part2
12:15
Exercise-Using HSI Clock and Clock Measurement:Part 1
13:39
Exercise-Using HSI Clock and Clock Measurement: Part 2
Preview
04:59

Understanding MCU Peripheral Clock Control
36:44
Understanding MCU Peripheral Clock control
04:45
Exercise: Enabling/Disabling Peripheral Clock
16:10
Exercise-Making HSE as System Clock
10:04
Exercise-Making HSE as System Clock Contd.
05:45
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Understanding MCU Vector table
22:57
Understanding MCU Vector Table: Part-1
17:34
Understanding MCU Vector Table: Part-2
05:23
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Understanding MCU interrupt Design , NVIC, Interrupt handling
37:54
Understanding MCU interrupt Design , NVIC, Interrupt handling: Part 1
10:03
Understanding MCU interrupt Design , NVIC, Interrupt handling: Part 2
14:44
Understanding MCU interrupt Design , NVIC, Interrupt handling: Part 3
04:53
Understanding MCU interrupt Design , NVIC, Interrupt handling: Part 4
08:14
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Understanding MCU Specific Header file
30:46
Understanding MCU Specific header file: Part 1
17:00
Understanding MCU Specific header file: Part 2
13:46
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Importance of "Volatile" Keyword
17:35
Importance of "Volatile" Keyword: Part-1
09:53
Importance of "Volatile" Keyword-Part 2
Preview
07:42
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GPIO Must know concepts
19:40
GPIO pin and GPIO port
02:21
GPIO behind the scene
03:00
GPIO input mode with high impedance state
01:13
GPIO input mode with pull-up/down state
01:15
GPIO output mode with open drain state
05:53
GPIO output mode with push pull state
02:47
Optimizing I/O power consumption
Preview
03:11
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GPIO Programming structure and Registers
20:40
GPIO programming structure
02:44
Exploring GPIO PORT and pins of STM32F4xx Discovery board
00:57
GPIO Mode register(used to set mode for a pin)
03:07
GPIO port output type register(used to specify o/p type)
01:22
GPIO port output speed register (how quick transition?)
02:38
GPIO port pull-up/pull-down register(used to activate/deactivate pull-ups)
01:35
GPIO port input data register (used to read from pin)
01:00
GPIO port output data register(used to write to pin)
00:52
Enabling and disabling GPIO peripheral clock
Preview
02:41
GPIO alternate function register(used to set alternate functionality for a pin )
03:44
Find Out I/O Alt Functionality
1 question
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GPIO Driver Development: Getting started
16:54
Overview of the driver development task
01:34
Driver API Requirements
01:46
Creating Driver Template Project : Eclipse
09:47
Creating Driver Template Project : KEIL
03:47
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GPIO Driver Development : Driver header file
05:49
Implementing Driver Header file
05:49
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GPIO Driver Development: Implementing Init API
07:44
Code to configure the mode
02:34
Code to configure GPIO speed and output type
01:26
Code to configure GPIO pull-up/pull down
01:16
Configuring alternate function
02:28
Embedded Coding Skill
1 question
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GPIO Driver Development: Implementing Read/Write APIs
02:11
Implementing GPIO Read API
01:14
Implementing GPIO Write API
00:57
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GPIO driver Code testing:Writing Sample APP
08:57
Write init function to configure LED
03:57
Code implementation to turn on/off/toggle LED
01:40
Testing the sample Application on development board
01:15
Testing LED behaviour on logic analyser software
02:05
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GPIO Interrupt Handling
25:54
Exploring How peripherals interrupts the processor via NVIC
08:07
GPIO irq numbers
Preview
04:35
Vector table and IRQ handlers
02:01
Adding interrupt handling apis to our driver
01:58
Implementing APIs to Configure and Enable External Interrupts
04:48
Clearing external interrupt (otherwise NVIC will keep getting kicked )
01:11
Test interrupt APIs we developed by using button
03:14
Find out IRQ number
1 question
Interrupt Pending Bit
1 question
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SPI Essentials (All about SPI)
10:53
Introduction to SPI
00:59
Understanding SPI protocol
07:29
SPI behind the scene
02:25
-
What is phase , polarity and SPI modes ?
12:25
Significance of Polarity and Phase
04:59
Different SPI Modes with Timing diagram
03:21
Uni-Directional and Bi-Directional SPI
04:05
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SPI: Functional Block and Clock
08:43
Exploring SPI functional block(How SPI Engine works in MCU ? )
Preview
03:07
SPI Peripheral clock and Serial clock
05:36
Find out SPI Max Speed
1 question
-
SPI Important Registers
07:47
Exploring SPI Control Registers(CR)
04:44
Exploring SPI Data Registers(DR)
01:43
Exploring SPI Status Registers(SR)
01:20
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SPI Driver Development: Getting started
03:46
Overview
01:33
Driver API Requirements
01:11
Exploring different SPI Peripherals and pin packs of the MCU
01:02
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SPI Driver Development : Writing Driver header file
12:00
SPI Register Bit Definitions Macros(Converting register details in to Macros)
02:42
SPI Data structures
06:01
Driver exposed APIs to handle SPI
03:17
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SPI Driver Development: Implementing init API
08:34
Writing init function and helper functions
00:52
Configuring mode, phase and polarity
01:26
Configuring datasize, baudrate and direction
01:25
Configuring NSS(Slave select pin )
03:51
Enabling/Disabling SPI Peripheral
01:00
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SPI Driver Development: Implementing TX/RX API
08:13
Implementing TX API for master
02:57
Implementing RX API for master
01:47
Implementing TX API for slave
02:33
Implementing RX API for slave
00:56
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SPI Master/Slave Communication
11:33
How does SPI master TX/RX data ?
07:33
How does SPI slave TX/RX data ?
04:00
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SPI Driver Development: Implementing TX ISR
10:27
Understanding SPI TX/RX IRQ numbers
04:11
Setting up TXE/RXNE interrupt
01:09
Writing SPI irq handler
02:22
Handling spi Tx interrupt
02:45
Quiz about Debugging SPI Interrupt
1 question
-
SPI Driver Development: Implementing RX ISR
01:03
Handling RX done interrupt in ISR
01:03
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Writing SPI sample application: Getting Started
03:44
Understanding the Requirements
02:19
Understanding connection diagram
01:25
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Writing SPI sample application : Master Code
17:30
Initialization
10:12
Defining various IRQ handlers
02:09
Master write Sequences (send CMD, get ACK, send data)
03:40
Master Receive Sequences(Send CMD, get ACK, get data)
01:29
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Writing SPI sample application : Slave Code Implementation
04:37
Initialization
00:49
Slave Handling Read/Write command from master
03:48
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Testing , Decoding and Debugging Tips
16:00
Initial testing on hardware
02:33
Capture SPI transcation on Logic analyzer
03:30
Decoding SPI transcation Using logic analyzer
03:43
Common problems in SPI and Debugging Tips
06:14
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I2C Essentials
07:51
Intro to I2C protocol
05:35
I2C Hardware Setup
02:16
Quiz SPI and I2C
3 questions
-
I2C protocol in Detail
16:25
Basics
02:14
Address phase
Preview
00:59
Start Condition
01:03
ACK/NACK
Preview
01:08
Stop Condition
Preview
00:37
Master Read/Write Data Phase
02:34
Repeated start (start with out a stop )
04:20
Clock Stretching
03:30
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I2C Operating Modes
05:43
I2C in fast mode and standard mode
01:44
I2C duty cycle
03:59
-
I2C Addressing mode
03:07
7bit addressing
01:35
10 bit addressing
01:32
-
I2C Functional block diagram and Clocks
07:16
Exploring I2C functional block in the MCU
02:40
I2C peripheral clock and serial line clock(Fpclk and SCL)
04:36
-
I2C Interrupts
07:35
I2C IRQs and Interrupt Mapping
05:28
Exploring I2C IRQ numbers
02:07
-
I2C Peripheral : Registers
15:44
Exploring I2C Control Registers(CR)
05:16
Exploring I2C Own Address Registers(OAR)
01:09
Exploring I2C Data Register(DR)
01:47
Exploring I2C Status Registers(SR)
04:49
Exploring I2C Clock Control Register(CCR)
02:43
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I2C Master/Slave Communication
17:41
How I2C Master TX data ?
04:57
How I2C Master RX data ?
11:09
How I2C Slave TX data ?
01:35
Quiz about I2C Master TX
1 question
Quiz about I2C Master RX
1 question
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I2C Driver Development: Getting started
03:44
Overview
01:27
Understanding the Requirements
00:50
Exploring different I2C Peripherals and pins of the MCU
01:27
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I2C Driver Development: Driver header file
10:31
I2C Register Bit Definitions Macros
02:41
I2C Data structures
06:04
I2C Driver Exposed APIs
01:46
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I2C Driver Development : Init Function
12:00
Init API and Helper Functions
00:57
Code Implementation to Enable/Disable I2C peripheral
00:39
Configure clock stretching , own address , auto ACKing
01:45
Configure I2C mode, addressing mode and duty cycle
01:50
Code to Initialize I2C Serial Clock
02:53
Code to Generate Start/Stop condition
01:16
Enabling/Disabling Buff, Event, and Error interrupts
01:10
Other Helper Functions
01:30
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I2C Driver Developemnt : Writing TX/RX API
07:38
Implementing TX API for MASTER
03:04
Implementing RX API for MASTER
02:10
Implementing TX API for SLAVE
01:20
Implementing RX API for SLAVE
01:04
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I2C Event Interrupt handling for master
04:23
Implementing event interrupt handler
01:48
Handling of TXE event for master
01:08
Handling of TX BTF event for master
01:27
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I2C Event Interrupt handling for slave
06:48
Handling of slave Address Match Event
01:11
Handling of STOP detection event Interrupt
01:28
Handling of TXE event Interrupt
02:05
Handling of TX BTF event Interrupt
00:37
Handling of RXNE and BTF event interrupt
01:27
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I2C Error Interrupt Handling
04:20
Writing Error interrupt handler
02:13
Handling of Different I2C Errors
02:07
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Writing I2C sample application : Getting ready
03:04
Understanding the Requirements
02:25
Understanding connection diagram
00:39
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Writing I2C sample Application : Master Code
16:24
I2C Initialization
08:38
Implementing I2C IRQ Handlers
01:56
Implementing master write Sequences(cmd,length,data)
02:11
Implementing master read Sequences(cmd,length,data)
01:33
Slave Handling Read/Write Command from master
02:06
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Testing and Protocol Decoding using logic analyzer (lets get the trace )
13:18
Initial testing on hardware
02:13
Decoding and Analyzing I2C transaction using logic analyzer
07:15
Common Problems in I2C and Debugging Tips
03:50
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UART Essentials
15:12
Intro UART vs USART
03:14
Understanding UART pins
02:34
UART frame formats
01:45
Baud Rate
02:18
Synchronization bits
01:28
UART Parity
03:53
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UART functional block and Peripheral Clock
04:19
Exploring UART functional block
02:26
UART peripheral clock
01:53
-
UART Communication
07:46
UART Transmitter
03:17
Uart Receiver
04:29
UART Start bit Detection
1 question
-
UART Interrupts
03:25
Exploring UART Interrupt Mapping
03:25
-
UART : Registers
16:08
Exploring UART Control Registers
04:12
Exploring UART Data Registers
01:50
Exploring UART Status Registers
04:02
UART Baudrate Calculation
06:04
Find out MAX baudrate of UART
1 question
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UART Driver Development : Getting Started
03:57
Overview
01:22
Understanding the Requirements
01:02
Exploring Different UART Peripherals and pins of the MCU
01:33
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UART Driver Development : Driver Header File
05:40
UART Register Bit Definitions Macros
01:26
Data Structures used and Driver exposed APIs
04:14
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UART Driver Development: Writing init Function
09:56
Writing inti function and helper functions
03:34
Configuring Word length, Stop Bits
01:20
Configuring Baudrate, oversampling and Interrupts
05:02
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UART Driver Development: Writing TX/RX function
04:22
Writing TX function
02:22
Writing RX Function
02:00
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UART Driver Development: Interrupt Handling
12:56
Implementing UART IRQ Handler
06:00
Handling TXE interrupt
02:00
Handling of TX Complete Interrupt
01:52
Handling RXNE Interrupt
03:04
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UART sample application : Getting ready
06:09
Understanding the Requirements
01:48
Understanding connection diagram
02:12
Exploring uart sniffer software for pc
02:09
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UART sample application : Implementation
05:38
UART Initializations and Txing
03:55
Receiving commands from PC
01:43
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Running and Testing
02:00
Testing on hardware
02:00
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Creating printf library for your board
10:05
Introduction
01:01
Implementing UART print apis
04:16
Creating static library in KEIL and testing
04:48
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MCU Clocks: Configurations and Measurements
28:53
Exploring System , AHB, APB clocks of the MCU
09:03
Clocking MCU by using External Crystal Oscillator(HSE)
03:23
Measuring HSE,HSI, PLL and System Clock(Routing Clocks to GPIOs)
09:04
Clocking MCU by Internal PLL (Running MCU at Full Speed)
06:38
Quiz about using HSE
1 question
Bonus Lecture
00:45
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