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Learn practical methods to integrate video and graphical elements together in your user interface that runs on the i.MX 6 series. The session starts with an introduction of the i.MX 6 series video and graphics hardware components, along with their Linux® OS software libraries. It will then show simple methods to create portable user interface applications, supported by several useful software code examples. Presented by: Daniele Dall'acqua Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0223
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In this training, we will cover the basics of power management. We will go over types of power converters, converter losses, considerations while comparing products and advantages of Freescale's power management solutions. It will be an interactive session, encouraging active audience participation. Presented by: Nitin_Kalje Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0183
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This workshop is a superset of the FTF-SDS-F0176 lunch and learn, Xtrinsic Sensor Fusion on Kinetis MCUs. It adds theory of operation for accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope. It also provides a fundamental understanding of sensor fusion topics, dives into details of the sensor fusion library and then provides hands-on exploration of the library interfaces. Presented by: Mike Stanley Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0178
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Learn how an image flows through an i.MX 6 series or i.MX5x applications processor from the sensor, through the image processing unit (IPU), all the way to the display. Learn to set up and control the image path, as well as where the BSP and Uboot must be touched to effect changes. This session will include an instructor-led demonstration based on i.MX 6 series applications processors and homework. Presented by: Oliver Brown Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0119
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This session provides an introduction to the concept of wireless charging, the main technologies and the international standards organizations. It covers basic work principles, key design considerations and Freescale solutions (e.g., ICs, software libraries and development tools) as well as typical reference designs. A demo of the A13 transmitter, low-power receiver and configuration/calibration/debugging tool will also be shown. Presented by: Randy Ryder Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0020
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Learn about the wide range of Freescale Made For iPod (MFi) solutions for audio and non-audio accessories and app-based accessories. The solutions are based on Freescale MCUs, MPUs, sensors and analog products, and include software and rapid prototyping hardware systems. This session also includes a range of live audio and non-audio accessory demonstrations. Presented by: Rudan Bettelheim Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0019
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