Learn about the Freescale Kinetis ARM(R) Cortex(TM)-M4-Based Low-power Mixed Signal Microcontrollers
Over the course of this webinar series, we will dive into the features of the new Cortex-M4 core, its applications, and the ecosystem of tools and software surrounding it.
In the first webinar, we will explore the Cortex-M4 core’s low-power architecture, Floating Point Unit (FPU), power management features, SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) instructions, and much more.
You will also learn about the Kinetis family’s:
- Cortex-M4 digital signal processing capabilities
- Multiple levels of energy management
- Broad array of communication peripherals and applications
- Mixed signal capabilities
Shyam Sadasivan, Product Manager, ARM
Shyam has been with ARM since 2002, contributing in many areas including designing I/O interfaces, developing new design methodologies and product marketing for leading processors. Shyam is now involved in extending the reach of Cortex-M processor technologies into new markets and applications. Shyam holds Masters degrees in Physics and Computer Engineering and also the General Management Certificate from the University of Cambridge.
Mike Bisch, Field Applications Engineer, Arrow Electronics
Mike Bisch is a field applications engineer for Arrow in St. Louis. Prior to Arrow, Mike designed medical electronics for Covidien
Healthcare and Bausch & Lomb for 24 years. Mike has been awarded 12 U.S. patents and is a senior member of IEEE.
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