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August 19 - Day 3: ARM Based Devices - Standard SoC

ARM provides and architecture and the Intellectual Property (IP) for chip designers to implement devices. In this lecture we will look at several specific implementations in the basic System on Chip (SoC) market. This will not be an exhaustive list, but will give a good overview of how the Cortex-M architecture is used and will arm the student with knowledge that can be used to intelligently decide which implementation to use in a specific application.

ARM provides and architecture and the Intellectual Property (IP) for chip designers to implement devices. In this lecture we will look at several specific implementations in the basic System on Chip (SoC) market. This will not be an exhaustive list, but will give a good overview of how the Cortex-M architecture is used and will arm the student with knowledge that can be used to intelligently decide which implementation to use in a specific application.