S32K144EVB: S32K144 Evaluation Board

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S32K144EVB Evaluation Board
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This page will help guide you through the process of learning about your S32K144EVB board.

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Training and Events

Lean the basics of the Low Power Timer (LPTMR) and the Low Power Interrupt Timer (LPIT). We will show how to use those NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) block set to create your timing and scheduling applications on the S32K1xx EVB.

Set up a project on S32 Design Studio IDE for Arm® with both bare metal code and the SDK for LED blinking on the S32K144EVB evaluation board.

Start using PWM and learn to build a first application able to generate different types of PWM signals using the NXP MBDT and S32K144EVB.

Learn how to replace any generic Controller Subsystem with a PiL block. We aim to have the controller code running on the NXP S32K144EVB board for helping you identify if the embedded MCU board can run the developed Controller Subsystem logic. Also covering how to rectify the model using additional simulation models like SiL or MiL if there are glitches.

Deploy the S32K1 with the S32 Design Studio IDE for Arm and MISRA/SPICE Level 3 SDK with Arm 3rd party support on the S32K144EVB evaluation board.

Learn to configure and use the NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox, engineered for application development in MATLAB/Simulink environment for NXP hardware

Learn to use NXP's Model-Based Design Toolbox and S32K144EVB to simplify CAN applications with only a few blocks: configuration, transmit and receive.

Learn how to use MathWorks’ new Motor Control Blockset together with Embedded Coder® to generate C code for motor control algorithms.

Learn how to address the LIN basics and how it works; also, how to program hardware for LIN communication using a few blocks and demonstrate how to apply the NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox (MBDT) on an S32K1xx MCU

Understand the basic concepts around SPI communication and learn to use NXP’s Model-Based Design Toolbox blocks to configure the SPI peripheral.