Embedded Systems Using Cypress Programmable System on Chip
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Embedded Systems Using Cypress Programmable System on Chip

Learn how to implement basic and advanced electronic interfaces with the Cypress PSoC 4 platform.
4.7 (11 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,328 students enrolled
Last updated 5/2017
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 4 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of this course you will be familiar with the Cypress Programmable System on Chip (PSoC 4)
  • You will learn the fundamentals of LEDs. Seven Segment Displays, LCDs, Analog and Serial Interfaces
  • Programming basics
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Requirements
  • Fundamental knowledge of logic and a knowing what is programming
  • LED, LCD, Seven Segment Displays, Potentiometer
Description

The PSoC platform is a fast industry grade platform to test and develop products. PSoC is also a very interesting and challenging platform for students to begin building their embedded projects and mould them into products at par with industry.
For this course you will need a CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR - CY8CKIT-042 - DEVELOPMENT BOARD.

The course aims at teaching the various concepts of embedded systems and Programmable Systems on Chip. The course covers the basic on-board and off-board interfaces with the PSoC 4 development platform. The course also covers various aspects of programming and focuses over advanced interfaces like Analog and Serial interface with PSoC 4.

Who is the target audience?
  • People with background in electronics
  • Undergraduate students in Electrical/Electronics/Electronics and Telecommunication/Computer Engineering
  • Graduate students in Electrical/Electronics/Electronics and Telecommunication/Computer Engineering
  • Working professionals in the electronics industry
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Curriculum For This Course
14 Lectures
04:05:16
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Basics of PSoC
3 Lectures 59:08
Introduction to Programmable System on Chip
21:17

Getting Started with PSoC
24:05

Lab 1 Using Switch to LED Interface
13:46

Introdcution to PSoC
8 questions

Getting Started with PSoC
7 questions

Interfacing Switches and LEDs
5 questions
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Basic Interfaces with PSoC
6 Lectures 01:56:09
Basics of Seven Segment Display
20:30

Lab 2 Interfacing Seven Segment Display with PSoC
21:20

Seven Segment Display
6 questions

Basics of PWM and PWM Component in PSoC
17:08

Lab 3 Varying LED intensity using PWM
19:47

PWM Basic
11 questions

Character LCD Basics
19:59

Lab 4 LCD Component and Lab with PSoC
17:25

LCD
14 questions
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Advanced Interfaces with PSoC
5 Lectures 01:09:59
ADC Fundamentals and ADC Component
21:51

Lab 6 ADC Lab
12:32

Analog basics and Lab
9 questions

Basics Of Serial Communication
14:50

Lab 5a Serial Component
08:07

Lab 5b Serial Lab
12:39

Serial Communication basics and lab
9 questions
About the Instructor
Dr. Jonathan Joshi
4.8 Average rating
11 Reviews
1,328 Students
1 Course
Embedded Systems and VLSI expert

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.