we the biomedical student of anna university proudly presents BIOSPECTRA’15
ARM-based microcontroller platforms are very popular today because they provide high performance and power efficiency. ARM processors support both 32-bit and 16-bit computations. A number of architectural features are included to support low-power operation. Typically, these microcontroller platforms work in the 80 MHz range and are intended for control applications, including robotics. A number of peripherals are included to further enhance the performance of these applications.
This hands-on session will make use of a kit designed by TI Center for Embedded Product Design. The participants are expected to have a background in C programming and some prior exposure to embedded systems. It will be most useful to someone who is interested in learning about microcontrollers, embedded programming,and peripherals.
Grab your chance and register at imojo.in/biospec15