Xilinx - Advanced Embedded Systems Hardware and Software Designview dates and locations
This course provides embedded systems developers the necessary skills to develop complex embedded systems and enables them to improve their designs by using the tools available in the Embedded Development Kit (EDK). This course also helps developers understand and utilize advanced components of embedded systems design for architecting a complex system using the Zynq® SoC. (Looking for Microblaze? Click here »).
The course builds on the skills gained in Embedded Systems Design, using materials developed by Xilinx, and conveniently combines:
- Advanced Features and Techniques of Embedded Systems Design and
- Advanced Embedded Systems Software Design.
Who should attend?FPGA design engineers, system architects, and system engineers who are interested in advanced Xilinx embedded systems development flow.
- Embedded Systems Design course or experience with embedded systems design and Xilinx EDK toolse
- Completion of Essentials of FPGA Design course or equivalent knowledge of Xilinx ISE® software implementation tools
- C or C++ programming experience (including general debugging techniques)
- Some HDL modelling experience
- Conceptual understanding of embedded processing systems including device drivers, interrupt routines writing / modifying scripts, user applications and boot loader operation
- Experience developing software for embedded processor applications
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- Vivado Design or System Edition 2018.3
- Architecture: Zynq® SoC
- Demo board: Zynq® SoC ZC702
Skills gainedAfter completing this training, you will be able to:
- Assemble an advanced embedded system
- Take advantage of the various features of the Zynq SoC, including the AXI interconnect and various memory controllers
- Apply advanced debugging techniques, including the use of the ChipScope™ tool for debugging an embedded processor-based system design
- Discuss the features and components of the Zynq processing system (PS)
- Utilize programmable logic (PL) block RAM to extend the memory resources available to the PL for the Cortex®-A9 processor
- Integrate an interrupt controller and interrupt handler into your embedded design
- Describe the make up of a multi-processor system and the various scenarios available using the Arm Cortex-A9 processor
- Design a flash memory-based system and boot load from off-chip flash memory
- Perform HDL-based system simulation with an embedded processor
- Implement an effective Zynq SoC boot design methodology
- Create an appropriate FSBL image for flash
- Identify advanced Cortex®-A9 processor services for fully utilizing the capabilities of the Zynq SoC
- Analyze the operation and capabilities of the DMA controller in the Zynq SoC
- Examine the various Standalone library services and performance capabilities of the Ethernet and USB controllers in the Zynq SoC
- Describe the Standalone library services available for low-speed peripherals that are contained in the Zynq PS.
- Embedded Systems Development Review
- Lab 1: Building a Complete Embedded System
- Zynq SoC Processing System Overview
- Debugging Using the ChipScope Pro Analyzer
- Lab 2: Debugging Using the ChipScope Pro Analyzer
- Block RAM and Memory Controllers
- External Memory Controllers for Static Memory
- Memory Controllers for Dynamic RAM
- Lab 3: Extending Memory Resources
- AXI Streaming Interface
- System Data Movement: Low Latency and High Bandwidth
- Advanced Processor and Peripheral Interface Options
- Lab 4: High-Performance DMA
- Advanced Processor Configurations
- Software Boot and PL Configuration
- Lab 5: Boot Loading from Flash Memory
- HDL System Simulation with an Embedded Processor
- Lab 6: Simulating an Embedded Processing System
- Advanced Boot Methodology on the Zynq SoC
- Zynq SoC Boot Details
- Lab 7: Zynq SoC Boot Memory
- Advanced Cortex-A9 Processor Services
- Advanced DMA Controller Configuration on the Zynq SoC
- Lab 8: Configuring DMA on the Zynq SoC
- High-Speed Peripheral Configuration on the Zynq SoC
- Low-Speed Peripherals on the Zynq SoC
- Lab 9: Peripheral Programming on the Zynq SoC
- Lab 1: Building a Complete Embedded System – Develop hardware that incorporates IP cores to interface to push buttons, a rotary switch, LEDs, an LCD display, and serial communication. Use the SDK development tools to create an embedded software application project for the hardware built.
- Lab 2: Debugging Using the ChipScope Pro Analyzer – Perform simultaneous hardware and software debugging with the ChipScope™ Pro Analyzer, SDK Debug perspective (GDB), and XMD.
- Lab 3: Extending Memory Resources – Use XPS to extend the memory resources for the Cortex-A9 processor.
- Lab 4: High-Performance DMA – Apply advanced PL design techniques for adding and connecting custom peripherals that access DDRx memory.
- Lab 5: Boot Loading from Flash Memory – Develop an application that is stored in flash memory, load it through a boot loader program, and execute a software application from external memory.
- Lab 6: Simulating an Embedded Processing System – Set up and perform HDL-based simulation on a design that contains an embedded processor system. Explore the tool flow for performing embedded processing simulation, including hardware co-simulation.
- Lab 7: Zynq Boot Memory Lab – Explore the principles of creating a bootable flash image based on a First Stage Bootloader (FSBL) project.
- Lab 8: Configuring DMA on the Zynq SoC – Program the DMA controller on the Zynq PS and explore the various Standalone library services that support the Zynq PS DMA controller.
- Lab 9: Peripheral Programming on the Zynq SoC – Program the Gigabit Ethernet controller on the Zynq SoC and verify in hardware. Explore the various lwip Standalone library services that support the Zynq Gigabit Ethernet controller.
|April 21st, 2020||Ringwood, UK||Enquire|
|October 12th, 2020||Ringwood, UK||Enquire|
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