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Cortex-M7: Exploring its application potential

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The ARM® microcontroller family has witnessed a stellar rise in adoption across a wide spectrum of the embedded industry. This success story is warranted by a native 32 bit data path, an efficient hybrid instruction set, fast and deterministic exception execution and low power operation modes.
How can ARM improve on an already winning combination?

In this webinar:

We will introduce the hardware architectural improvements found in the ARM Cortex®-M7 microcontroller; contrasting it with earlier Cortex-M3 & Cortex-M4 solutions. The examination will include:

  • the programmer's model
  • the CMSIS library
  • the benefits of the Cortex-M7 system interfaces.

David C BlackThe power of the Cortex-M7 core will be illustrated by the capabilities of the Kinetis™ V product line from NXP® Semiconductors with examples showing its potential in power conversion and motor controller applications.

Doulos Senior Member Technical Staff David C Black will be the instructor on this training webinar, which will consist of a one-hour presentation with interactive Q&A available to attendees throughout.

If you have any queries, please contact info@doulos.com


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