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Infineon AURIX™ UK-based Professional Training

Hitex UK and Microconsult will be running a series of hands-on AURIX training courses on the University Of Warwick Science Park in Coventry.

This is intended to equip engineers with the basic and essential knowledge to tackle AURIX projects.  It is particularly suitable for hardware/software architects, hardware/software driver developers, test engineers or just anybody who needs a better understanding of this powerful microcontroller. 

The AURIX is a complex multi-core device and professional training can save many hundreds of hours of project time.  Having a good grasp of the device's features makes the planning of device pin allocation and software architecture much more efficient and reduces the level of rework later in the development.

What will be covered?

Trainees attending the course will:  

  • Gain an understanding of the AURIX architecture
  • Configure and use basic on-chip peripherals and special device features
  • Use the multi-core architecture and safety extensions
  • Create low-level drivers for the AURIX and test with a debugger
  • Create and use interrupt and trap routines

Note: at the time of writing, to participate in this training a valid NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) is required.

Student Prerequisites

To get maximum benefit from the training, students will need to have the following:

  • Knowledge of ISO/ANSI-C
  • General experience of microprocessor/microcontroller systems 
  • DSP skills are an advantage

The hands-on elements are performed with an Infineon AURIX™ board. The following elements are covered: multi-core start-up, peripheral initialisation, interrupt controller, DMA controller.

Detailed Course Overview

The course will cover the following topics:

AURIX™ Multicore
- CPU, pipelines, register sets, floating point unit
- DSP support
- Memory model, local and global memory units
- On-chip bus systems: 64-bit XBAR, 32-bit system peripheral bus SPB
Ports (Pin definition and port functions)
Protection System
Multicore Interrupt Processing: Interrupt Router and TRAP System
Direct Memory Access Controller DMA
On-chip AURIX™ Peripherals
- System timer module STM
- Generic timer module GTM
- Capture and compare unit CCU6
System Control Unit SCU
- Clock control
- Resets
- Power management
- External request unit ERU
- Start-up process
- Watchdog timer WDT
Communication Interfaces
- I2C
- Overview: MultiCAN
- Overview: Ethernet
- Overview: FlexRay®
Sensor Interfaces
Single Edge Nibble Transmission (SENT)
Peripheral sensor interface PSI5
Analogue-to-Digital Converter
- Versatile analogue-digital converter VADC
- Delta-sigma analogue-digital converter DSADC
Safety-related issues
On-Chip Debug System OCDS
Overview: Emulation Device and Calibration

When, where and how much?

11th - 15th June 2018

The 5-day workshop costs £2695 + VAT which includes lunch and course materials (training notes in printed form, examples on an USB stick)

Travel information and directions download.

Unless otherwise stated, the course is held at our UK offices:

Hitex UK Office
Millburn Hill Road
University of Warwick Science Park

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