Designing with STM32L4 Family

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Designing with STM32L4 is a 3 days ST official course.
The course provides all necessary theoretical and practical know-how for start developing platforms based on STM32L4 family.
The course begins with an introduction to STM32L Ultra Low Power (ULP) microcontroller families and focuses on Cortex-M4 architecture in STM32L4.
The course continues with an in-depth study of the Cube tool, memory organization, reset unit, interrupts handling, low power modes, security, and all the SoC peripherals such as Flash, PWR, RCC, EXTI, SYS, GPIO, DMA, CRC, USART, SPI, I2C, CAN, LPUART, RTC, IWDG, WWDG, TIM, LPTIM, ADC, DAC, COMP, OAMP, TOUCH, LCD, DFSDM, SAI, RNG, AES, QSPI, FIREWALL, SWPMI, FMC, and USB.

The course also employs hardware and software design tools, and combines 50% theory with 50% practical work in every meeting.

Course Duration: 3 days
1. Become familiar with STM32L families
2. Become familiar with ARM Cortex-M4 architecture
3. Become familiar with STM32L4 peripherals
4. Become familiar with hardware and software design tools
5. Build a new project using the development tools
6. Work with Firmware libraries
7. Control efficiently low power modes
8. Configure and work with STM32L4 peripherals

Software and hardware engineers who would like start developing with STM32L4 microcontrollers

1. KEIL MDK-ARM or IAR
2. Cube
3. ST Discovery Eval board
4. Course book (including labs)
Next course will be held on:
March 16,23,30