ARM Cortex-R4 SoC Design
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ARM Cortex-R4 SoC Design is a 4-day class for hardware engineers designing systems based around the ARM Cortex-R4 processor core. It includes an introduction to the ARM product range and supporting IP, programmer's model, instruction set architecture, AMBA on-chip bus architecture and the Cortex-R4 debug architecture. The class includes a number of worked examples to reinforce the lecture material.
Who should attend?
Hardware design engineers who need to understand the issues involved when designing SoC's around the ARM Cortex-R4 processor core.
This is also an excellent preparatory course for engineers looking to become an ARM Accredited MCU Engineer. Find out how Doulos can help you work towards an AAE qualification »
Some knowledge of embedded systems and familiarity with digital logic and hardware/ASIC design issues. A basic awareness of ARM is useful but not essential.
This class uses training materials developed by ARM®.
- The ARM Architecture
- ARM CPU Architectures
- Memory Subsystems and Memory Management
- Cortex-R4 Overview
- Cortex-R4 Instruction Sets
- Exception Handling
- AXI Bus Architecture
- Primecell Vectored Interrupt Controller
- Processor Core
- L1 Subsystems
- L2 Interfaces
- Clocks, Reset and Power Management
- ARM v6 Memory Types
- Memory Protection
- Multiprocessor Synchronization
- L2 Cache Controller
- CoreSight Debug Architecture Overview
- Debug and Trace
- ARM Processor Simulation Models
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