Enabling USB-to-serial applications with NXP LPC11U00 microcontroller series
USB-to-serial applications has been traditionally supported by 8-bit microcontrollers but now with the advent of the Cortex-M0 USB LPC11U00 microcontroller series, customers can expect much more performance and better code density while maintaining lower power at a much lower cost. Also, by offering USB drivers (HID, MSD, CDC) in ROM, free Product IDs and easy-to-use tools with the LPC11U00 low cost USB Cortex-M0 microcontrollers, NXP delivers all the key ingredients that embedded engineers need for successful USB application development. This webinar will focus on the "USB-to-serial" application and discuss the advantages of switching from traditional 8-bit to a 32-bit NXP LPC11U24 microcontroller, including the steps designers need to take to see the resulting benefits of reduced cost, lower power, enhanced performance, and faster time-to-market.
- Key benefits of using the USB ROM drivers in the LPC11U00 series.
- How to switch effectively from 8-,16-bit to 32-bit Cortex-M0 LPC11U00 series?
- USB hardware and firmware design suggestions
Amit Bhojraj, Product Marketing Manager, NXP
As a Product Marketing Manager, Amit is responsible for the LPC1100 Cortex-M0 microcontroller family. He started his career with Philips Semiconductors and he has been involved with ARM based microcontrollers for the last 10 years. Amit has led several global product launches and is also responsible for managing the ecosystem for his product family. In his previous roles, he was involved in the Technical Marketing function where he launched LPCZone, NXP Microcontroller's first online training portal and he has also worked with several key customers as a Applications engineer. Amit holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Engineering from University of Mumbai and a Master's degree in Computer Science from George Mason University.
Ashwin Athani, Director and Co-Founder, NGX Technologies
Ashwin Athani is the Director and co-founder of NGX Technologies. He holds a Bachelors degree in electronics and communications. At NGX he drives the ARM microcontroller tool design, Industrial reference designs, design services, sales, marketing and strategic partnership initiatives. Prior to starting NGX journey, he has served organisations like Encore software (the makers of Simputer) where he gained expertise over microcontroller design and RF networking. He later moved to MindTree Consulting, where he was involved in RTOS porting, Bluetooth solutions and microcontroller validation for the ARM controllers.