ElecronicsV3 Development Board with Autosar MCAL Layer Course

ElecronicsV3 Development Board with Autosar MCAL Layer Course

  • To get familiarity with tool chains and frameworks that will be used for
    programming/debugging of Automotive S32K1xx Microcontrollers.
  • To learn how to use S32 Design Studio IDE (IDE used for programming and debugging
    the S32Kxx Microcontrollers): Software Installation, project creations and configurations,
    SDK selection and modifications.
  • About S32K1xx Microcontrollers (S32K1xx specifically): Their specs, features,
    applications, block diagram and about processor present in it.
  • Comparison of Autosaur MCAL layer RTD and Non Autosaur MCAL layer RTD.
  • To learn how to configure different peripherals of S32K1xx MCU via GUI based Code
    Configuration Tools.
  • To understand about peripherals of S32K1xx Microcontroller from their reference
    manual, concerning towards basic features of the Automotive MCU peripherals.
    What is those feature, applications of those features and how to use those features.
  • To learn how to use basic peripherals of S32K1xx microcontroller via Autosaur
    MCAL Layer and Non-Autosaur MCAL Layer in S32 Design Studio by creating different
    demo codes for each peripheral for using its basic functionalities by nature.
  • To get understanding how to use Autosaur MCAL layer and non-Autosaur MCAL
    layer API’s, which parameters to send: Why/how/when, Chronology of APIs to use for
    using features of corresponding peripheral.
  • Different DIY Software Demo Codes for basic peripherals of S32K1xx MCU, so as to
    demonstrate how to use Autosaur MCAL layer APIs and features/specs of S32K1xx MCU
    for building custom applications.
  •  Peripherals of MCU covered: Clock, GPIO, UART, I2C (master-slave combinations),
    SPI (master-slave combinations), TIMERS (ICU, OCU & PWM), ADC, Interrupts,
    Polling, CAN (Standard CAN).

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Overview

AutoCal Course based on ElecronicsV3 will make you go learn Microcontroller peripherals via Autosar MCAL layer software stack in DIY projects and practical learning. Which will complement your knowledge on microcontrollers and automotive technology.

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Objective of Course:

  1. To get familiarity with tool chains and frameworks that will be used for
    programming/debugging of Automotive S32K1xx Microcontrollers.
  2. To learn how to use S32 Design Studio IDE (IDE used for programming and debugging
    the S32Kxx Microcontrollers): Software Installation, project creations and configurations,
    SDK selection and modifications.
  3. About S32K1xx Microcontrollers (S32K1xx specifically): Their specs, features,
    applications, block diagram and about processor present in it.
  4. Comparison of Autosaur MCAL layer RTD and Non Autosaur MCAL layer RTD.
  5. To learn how to configure different peripherals of S32K1xx MCU via GUI based Code
    Configuration Tools.
  6. To understand about peripherals of S32K1xx Microcontroller from their reference
    manual, concerning towards basic features of the Automotive MCU peripherals.
    What is those feature, applications of those features and how to use those features.
  7. To learn how to use basic peripherals of S32K1xx microcontroller via Autosaur
    MCAL Layer and Non-Autosaur MCAL Layer in S32 Design Studio by creating different
    demo codes for each peripheral for using its basic functionalities by nature.
  8. To get understanding how to use Autosaur MCAL layer and non-Autosaur MCAL
    layer API’s, which parameters to send: Why/how/when, Chronology of APIs to use for
    using features of corresponding peripheral.
  9. Different DIY Software Demo Codes for basic peripherals of S32K1xx MCU, so as to
    demonstrate how to use Autosaur MCAL layer APIs and features/specs of S32K1xx MCU
    for building custom applications.
  10.  Peripherals of MCU covered: Clock, GPIO, UART, I2C (master-slave combinations),
    SPI (master-slave combinations), TIMERS (ICU, OCU & PWM), ADC, Interrupts,
    Polling, CAN (Standard CAN).

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