ARM PROGRAMMING In today’s era ARM is the industry’s standard 16/32-bit embedded RISC microprocessor. This course on 32 bit ARM …
In today’s era ARM is the industry’s standard 16/32-bit embedded RISC microprocessor. This course on 32 bit ARM Programming covers in-depth learning of ARM processors, its architecture, Programming for both ARM7 and ARM9 families. Also included are Introduction to GNU tool chain, ARM programming model, Exception handling, Introduction to thumb instruction set, ARM THUMB procedure call standards (ATPCS), ARM optimization techniques, Building RTOS image and porting. The 32-bit ARM Programming tutorial caters a target audience having a firm understanding of any 8 or 16 bit Microprocessor or Microcontroller Architecture.
Introduction to ARM
Comparison between 8/16/32 bit microcontrollers,Design Approaches, CISC, RISC, ARM’s approach towards RISC
ARM Processor architecture
Block Diagram,Introduction to ARM 7 / ARM 9 and ARM extensions.
ARM Programming Model
Instruction set, Assembly language programming.
Exception types in ARM, External interrupt, software interrupts handling, Abort handling
ARM Procedure call standards (APCS)
Data types and alignment, Endian-ness and Byte ordering, Parameter passing,Procedure calls and return, Mixed C and assembly language programming
Introduction to Embedded C
Data types and alignment. Endian-ness and Byte ordering, Parameter passing,Procedure calls and returns., Mixed C and Assembly language programming.
Embedded device programming in C.
Exception handling in C,Exception types with reference to ARM architecture, Timer Interrupt, C language optimization techniques,Identifying performance issues,Identifying the bottleneck in the software/firmware, Writing efficient C for embedded systems, Development environment, Debuggers, Make files, Linker script files, Map files, Binutils,Assembly language instructions execution,
Embedded C programming
Calling the assembly functions from C and vice versa.
Memory mapped I/O, GPIO, LED, ADC Programming
Vector Interrupt controller.
Exception handling: Timer interrupt
Using Switch cases, Loop unrolling, choosing among the different loops.
Dealing with data alignments issue, Cache considerations (Using cache for optimal use, and avoiding it in Memory mapped).
Pipeline considerations (avoiding stalls by rearranging the code).
Consideration for executing from ROM/RAM.
M C program address space memory model
Start up program, C language programming
Introduction to thumb instruction set
Introduction to ARM thumb, Thumb programmers model, ARM / Thumb inter working
ARM optimizing techniques
ARM assembly programming performance issues, Writing efficient C programs for ARM
External Peripheral interface programming
LED Interface, LCD Display, Seven Segment Display,Keypad Interface
Timer,VIC Interrupt,UART programming (polling/interrupt),ADC & DAC Interface
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