NXP FTF 2016 - Training Presentations

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This technical session provides an overview of the i.MX 6UltraLite MMDC (DDR Controller), the DDR tools used for DDR testing and board bring-up, and hardware considerations for DDR board designs. Attendees should be familiar with the MMDC from previous i.MX 6 series processors, specifically the i.MX 6SoloX. The session covers the differences in the MMDC between the i.MX 6UltraLite and its predecessor, the i.MX 6SoloX applications processor. The first half covers the tool offerings used to assist the user with bringing-up and testing a new DDR interface: i.MX 6UltraLite DRAM Register Programming Aid tool and the DDR Stress Test. The second half of the session covers hardware considerations board designers should follow for DDR board designs.
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Experience the power of market leading real time operating system, FreeRTOS and Kinetis MCUs. Learn with experts about the FreeRTOS and how to enable FreeRTOS on Kinetis MCU's: Creating a Kinetis SDK project with FreeRTOS and Kinetis Design Studio, configure it for best code size and performance, debug it with Kernel Awareness in Eclipse and how to get detailed application and systems performance data using FreeRTOS+Trace performance analysis tools.
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This hands-on workshop provides a detailed architecture description of Thread technology and wireless mesh networking. The main Thread concepts will be reviewed and analyzed thoroughly. The attendee will have a deep understanding of the main concepts and how these are mapped to the NXP software API. The session will close with hands-on training to enable the attendee to understand software usage and configuration, low-power features and security concepts.
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Since the early 1920’s, the source of microwave power generation has traditionally been vacuum tubes and magnetrons. Some high power RF applications today still rely on vacuum tube technology, even though there has been a multitude of advances in solid state RF power generation. This class will cover the technological advantages of solid state including dynamic range control, spectral purity, manufacturing economies of scale and product longevity.
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Hands-on training for ZigBee-3.0 with NXP lowest power Wireless MCU, using evaluation kit. Quickest and fastest way to develop a smart home product using ZigBee-3.0 such as sensors, monitoring device panels, router devices and Gateway solutions.
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The course will detail RFC 7668 (6LoBLE), Bluetooth® low energy 4.2 and the Internet protocol support profile that are used to transport IPv6 frames in an IoT environment. The demo will be based on the Kinetis KW41 MCU.
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This hands-on class will walk you through developing two separate applications. First, learn how to leverage a FlexIO driver to add some autonomous monitoring and reaction to sensor data. Secondly, learn how to create a complex parallel interface (TFT driver).
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This hands-on class will walk you through developing two separate applications. First, learn how to leverage a FlexIO driver to add some autonomous monitoring and reaction to sensor data. Secondly, learn how to create a complex parallel interface (TFT driver).
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Today’s designers are facing ever increasing challenges to protect their intellectual property and products from counterfeiting or unauthorized access. To help customers better understand the solutions offered by NXP, Future’s System Design Center has designed a Secure Access Demo board to showcase the capabilities of the LPC43S57, a microcontroller with integrated security, and the A700X, a tamper resistant secure MCU solution. This class will present an overview of the architecture of a secured system and provide an introduction to the secured elements from NXP. Watch Video Presentation
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Many people involved in the electronics industry need a basic knowledge of semiconductor components in order to understand issues like manufacturing cycle time, semiconductor fab consolidation and failure analysis results. This session is geared towards a non-technical audience and gives a high-level overview of semiconductor devices and how they are made. The lecture begins with a brief overview of how semiconductor devices work. The bulk of the presentation describes the generic manufacturing flow for semiconductor devices with an emphasis on the complexity of the equipment/facilities used and the process time required. Watch Video Presentation
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Companies and consumers alike are excited about the opportunities offered by the IoT and the Smart Home. Concerns on user-friendliness and security are however holding potential customers back: how can I install it? , what if my neighbor hacks into my network? NFC technology addresses these cost, ease of use and security concerns by offering short distance out-of-band pairing capabilities that reduce the complex commissioning system to a simple 'tap'. And with NXP's connected NFC tag technology, IoT nodes of all sizes do not even need to be powered. Watch Video Presentation
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A modern car is more than just transport, it provides comfortable heating and cooling, navigation systems, entertainment systems, and a lot of data about the car's health and performance. Including how well you are conserving fuel or when to seek service. All of this is a challenge to present to the driver and passengers, without distraction to driving, under all conditions from bright daylight to the dark of night, in any temperature. We talk about both Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and Light Emitting Diode (LED) component solutions that keep your dashboard simple, readable, and helpful. Watch Video Presentation
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High speed internet always and everywhere is the challenge we are facing. Small cells provide the solution to fill the coverage gaps of the regular basestation infrastructure. This lecture shows the NXP high performance RF solutions to cover both the transmit and receive side of the small cells.
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The Kinetis KE1x family is the next generation MCU solution in the Kinetis E series. Designed with more memory, enhanced features and new IPs, this family extends the NXP 5 V portfolio to cover higher performance applications and use cases. Together with the Kinetis KE0x family for entry level MCUs, the Kinetis E family becomes an ideal solution for markets needing 5 V, robustness, and more flash size, providing platform solutions for low-end to high-end applications. Join this session to learn how the strong EMC performance across the Kinetis E family makes it suitable for main control and HMI (touch) in home appliances, industrial, and other applications needed in harsh electrical noise environments. Watch Video Presentation
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This beginning hands-on session will walk you through the steps to configure the target and tools to debug applications running on Linux. Learn about agent based debug and tools to view the Linux OS state. This session will use the CodeWarrior Development Studio for ARM®v8 ISA with a QorIQ LS series Reference Design Board (RDB).
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For the Internet of Things (IoT) in the home to become a reality, companies need an open ecosystem approach that addresses all aspects from the IPv6 based mesh networking protocol to the end user experience. This class will explain how Thread fits into the smart home landscape, the key benefits Thread provides and how to take your Thread product concept from an idea to a product in the market using building blocks provided by NXP and other resources in the Thread ecosystem. Watch Video Presentation
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Start developing with Kinetis MCUs using the industry's most extensive tools and enablement offerings. Learn about the Kinetis Software Development Kit (SDK), Kinetis Design Studio, Kinetis Bootloader, FreeRTOS and other real-time operating systems.
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Automotive applications based on modern processor technology require more complex hardware design than traditional microcontroller solutions: volatile and non-volatile memories are provided external to the device and multiple power supplies are required. This session provides a guide to developing a hardware platform using the S32V234 processor as an example. Topics covered include: power supply design considerations, memory layout and technology, camera and display connectivity, fast interface technology and serial bus physical interfaces. Watch Video Presentation
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Though cryptographic algorithms like AES are crypto-analytically secure, real implementations must at least be tested against logical attacks such as API misuse. Smart cards and similar devices also face fault and side channel attacks. Such attacks exploit physical effects to manipulate the device or learn about secret information. As these attacks are very critical, customers in the smart card industry ask for third party evaluation (e.g. Common Criteria or EMVCo) to confirm high assurance levels. If passed, a certificate is issued by a trusted party. With the rise of the IoT, physical attacks and respective third-party witnessing of resistance might soon be relevant there as well. Watch Video Presentation
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