This course teaches and walks through the implementation of various interfaces with the ARM mbed platform. The mbed development platform is the fastest way to create products based on ARM microcontrollers. The project is being developed by ARM, its Partners and the contributions of the global mbed Developer Community.
The course is divided into six sections (17 lectures) with each section discussing the theory, programming and lab of each interface. The interfaces taught in this course are
2. Seven Segment Displays
3. Character LCD (16 x 2)
4. Matrix Keypad
5. Analog Inputs
6. Serial Communication
Candidates who take this course can gain a skill set with which they can design electronic platforms for industry as well as for their personal hobby.
For this course You will need a hardware mbed board called the Freedom KL25Z board from Freescale Semiconductors. You can get more information about the board from
https://mbed dot org/handbook/mbed-FRDM-KL25Z
there are links to purchase the board as well. If you have doubts about ordering the hardware send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jonathan Joshi is the founder and CEO at Eduvance. He has over seven years of experience in electronics engineering, education and strategy. He holds a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering with a specialization in embedded systems and VLSI from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
He is an ARM University Program approved trainer. He holds a U.S. patent in memory systems design and has filed various patents in the field of educational technologies.
He has published several papers in his field and he is also a visiting faculty at various engineering colleges. He is the recipient of a conference best-paper award and various teaching awards.