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About This Video
This training module provides an overview of the 32-bit NXP® MPC5607B Processor. The course is targeted towards beginners in order to enable them to quick start the development of software on the MPC5607B.
The 32-bit MPC5604B/C automotive microcontrollers are a family of system-on-chip (SoC) devices designed to be central to the development of the next wave of central vehicle body controller, smart junction box, front module, peripheral body, door control and seat control
This course provides a brief description of the e200z0 core architecture enables migration
toward higher performance solutions. In addition to that, each of the peripherals like eMIOS, ADC, LINFlex, CTU, DSPI etc. are discussed to help implement a range of functionality in the automotive body network.
What You'll Learn
Overview of the MPC5607B core architecture, programming model, memory, communication (UART, CAN) and peripheral architecture.
Understand the Clock architecture, pad configuration and interrupts controller architecture
Understand the standard MPC5607B boot-up procedure and methods
Understand how MPC5607B targets body control applications by bringing together EMIOS, ADC and CTU which work in integrated and automated fashion to minimize the CPU overload.
Familiarize with the vast set of tools and software provided by NXP® in order to reduce the development time and costs.