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    ME2100 Embedded System Design (ARM9) (ME2100)

    ME2100 Embedded System Design (ARM9)

    Solution Overview

    The ME2100 is a ready-to-teach package targeting final year undergraduates or postgraduates. This courseware focuses on 32-bit ARM®-based processor system design, programming, and applications. The training kit consists of an embedded ARM9™ development board that comes with various on-board I/O interfaces, allowing students to work on typical ARM-based projects and assignments. A complete GNU-based ARM toolchain software is used, allowing you to build a typical ARM-based project on the Windows®-based platform, which includes code development, compilation, and debugging. Editable lab sheets are specially designed to allow students to gain exposure on ARM-based design tools.

    This courseware consists of:

    • Lecture material in editable Microsoft® PowerPoint® format
    • Embedded ARM9™ development board
    • Lab sheets in editable Microsoft® Word format
    • Open source GNU-based ARM toolchain software

    Benefits of the ME2100 courseware:

    • ARM processor fundamentals
    • ARM hardware architecture
    • ARM instruction set and programming
    • Typical ARM applications
    • Mixed-signal oscilloscope usage
    • GNU-based ARM toolchain software usage

    Sample Teaching Slides  Sample Lab Sheets  Download Data Sheet  Download Quick Start Guide

    ME2100-100 Embedded System Design (ARM9) - Teaching SlidesN/A RFQ
    ME2100-200 Embedded System Design (ARM9) - Training KitN/A RFQ
    ME2100-300 Embedded System Design (ARM9) - Training Kit + Teaching SlidesN/A RFQ

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