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Embedded Fun with RISC-V, Part 1: The RISC-V ISA
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Get your hands on a RISC-V microcontroller
Get your hands on a RISC-V microcontroller
What you'll learn:
How to design an embedded system of your own.
The steps to take when you have an embedded system in mind.
Tips and tricks in several steps of the design and implementation process.
Requirements
Be comfortable with digital or analog electronic circuits.
Have some basic experience with schematic diagrams.
Be able to create embedded applications using either a microcontroller or an FPGA
Description
Learn about the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture by creating applications in an actual RISC-V microcontroller! See many applications developed on a RISC-V embedded microcontroller board. We've chosen an inexpensive board so you may follow along if you want.
This course is part of a hands-on curriculum where you'll get some basic experience on the design and development of embedded applications using a RISC-V core. This curriculum contains the following courses:
Part 1: The RISCV ISA. Where you'll learn about the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture.
Part 2: Embedded Applications. Where you'll learn how to create basic applications using the on-chip peripherals.
Part 3: Real Time Operating Systems. Where you'll learn how to create RTOS applications with an industry standard RTOS.
Part 4: The Journey inside an RTOS. Where you'll learn how an RTOS works, now that you know how to use them.
The purpose of this first course is to get you acquainted with the RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture, covering trhe following topics, and more:
About RISC-V
The RISC philosophy.
The RISC-V foundation.
The RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture Details.
CPU Registers.
Addressing Modes.
The Modular Instruction Set Variants.
Base (Integer) Instruction Set.
Multiplication Instruction Set.
Atomic Operation Instruction Set.
Compressed Instruction Set.
Floating Point Instruction Set.
Hands-On Boot Camp
The GD32 Board, by Seeed Studio
Segger Embedded Studio
Creating a Project
Compiling your Code
Debugging
Disassembled Code
Who this course is for
Hobbyists who want to get their ideas in a professional board.
Engineering students who want to create professional applications.
Makers who have created custom applications in a development board, and want to take it to the next step.
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