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Doulos Workshop

Title: Getting the best out of Cortex-M3 Debug features!
Class: 1.5
Date: Tuesday 3rd March
Time: 14:00 - 17:00
Experience level: Intermediate / Advanced

Abstract

ARM® Cortex-M3™ implements a new debug system that is in many ways more sophisticated than that of previous ARM cores. This tutorial will explain features and interaction of various ARM Cortex-M3 debug components, such as DWT, FPB and ITM as well as differences between ARM Cortex-M3 rev1 and rev2.

Engineers working with ARM Cortex-M3 based devises will enjoy a live demo of some of the key features and get hints and tips how to get the best out of the Cortex-M3 Debug features.

Doulos has been an ARM Approved Training Center since 2002.

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And don't miss our special Cortex™-M3 presentation
on the STMicroelectronics booth...


What:         Advanced features of the ARM Cortex-M3 Interrupt Controller (NVIC) - an introduction
When:       13:00, Wednesday 4th March
Where:     STMicroelectronics booth #326 - Hall H12

Abstract

Doulos will explore some examples based on the STM32 controller, showing how to make use of the advanced features of the ARM Cortex-M3 Interrupt Controller (NVIC). The code examples, sources from a chapter on Cortex-M3 written by the presenter for the 3rd edition German text book, C und C++ fur Embedded Systems will be available for download at www.doulos.com/knowhow/arm. A prize draw will take place after the presentation to give away a number of the books.
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