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Rapid Prototype & Development of USB Connected Devices Using mbed and LPCXpresso™

Original Air Date: Jun 26, 2012 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
Jump starting a microcontroller design and rapidly creating prototypes and proof of concepts has never been easier, thanks to mbed from ARM®—a platform for rapid prototyping with microcontrollers. This webinar will demonstrate how projects developed using this cloud-based mbed development platform can be migrated to the NXP LPCXpresso™ tool chain for refinement and optimization. Since USB is such an integral part of so many microcontroller designs, the presenters will also showcase how the combination of mbed and ROM-based USB drivers in many NXP microcontrollers can accelerate the development of USB connected systems.

Exclusive offer for webinar attendees! Webinar attendees will receive a 50% off coupon code, redeemable on www.AvnetExpress.com, which can be applied toward the purchase of an mbed NXP LPC11U24 microcontroller and/or an NGX mbed-LPCXpresso baseboard.

Who should attend? Designers interested in learning how to rapidly prototype with microcontrollers in general, and designers with a specific interest in prototyping low cost USB devices, battery powered applications and 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-based designs.

Key takeaways:

  • An introduction to the powerful online mbed tools
  • An understanding of how to migrate designs from mbed to the NXP LPCXpresso™ tool chain
  • An understanding of how to use NXP ROM drivers to enable USB connectivity
Presenters:
Paul Boogaards, Product Applications Engineer, NXP Semiconductors
Paul Boogaards is a microcontroller Product Applications Engineer with NXP Semiconductors. He has worked in the semiconductor industry for over 25 years.

Jim Carver, Technology Marketing Director, Avnet Electronics Marketing
Jim Carver is a leading expert in microcontroller and security technologies and is a driving force in training Avnet customers on the advantages of these ever-evolving technologies. Jim has a BSCE degree from the University of California San Diego.

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