o destaque para a semana que vem é o mini curso sobre controle de motores utilizando-se microprocessadores e FPGAs. É imperdível! Confira a seguir.
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Motor control is one of the most common MCU applications and over the years MCUs have continued to add new features and capabilities to make motor control easier to implement. Even FPGAs have evolved to address this major application area. This course will provide the beginner with a comprehensive introduction to motor control and the more experienced engineer with a refresher and update on the newest devices, software tools and development kits that can speed motor control development.
- March 9 – Day 1: An Introduction to Motor Control
Motor control is a pervasive application for MCUs and a growing application area for FPGAs and thus has significantly influenced the evolution of these devices. This introductory class provides a quick overview of the markets, devices, key features and development environment available for modern MCU devices.
- March 10 – Day 2: Motor Control Algorithms
Motor control algorithms have evolved over the last several years to take advantage of the increased processing power and features available on modern MCUs and FPGAs. This class provides a short history of motor control algorithms, showing how key MCU and FPGA capabilities have enabled new, more efficient algorithms.
- March 11 – Day 3: Device Features and Functions
Motor control algorithms have some common functions and peripherals that are key elements in any motor control implementation. This class provides an overview of several of the most common and useful MCU and FPGA features that enable motor control implementations, presenting some common application examples.
- March 12 – Day 4: Software Tools
Once the hardware features are understood, it is useful to see what software tools and techniques are available to simplify the development of common motor control algorithms. This class provides an overview of some of the common tools through some typical application examples.
- March 13 – Day 5: Development Kits and Reference Designs
MCU and FPGA manufacturers often provide complete reference designs to help accelerate motor control implementations; some kits even provide example motors. This class wraps up the course by demonstrating some development kits and reference designs that might be appropriate for your next design.
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- 11/03/2015: USB 3.1 – Gen2 10Gbps Receiver Test Challenges
- 11/03/2015: Solving Next Generation Aerospace and Defense Challenges
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