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NXP-S32V234

NXP S32V234

Course Family:
NXP S32 Automotive Platforms
SKU/Ref:
NXP_S32V234

Course Objectives

This course aims to explain the architecture of the NXP S32V234 SoC to enable participants to efficiently design a board and develop or adapt boot and I/O drivers. Attendees will get a detailed understanding of the internal architecture, especially the safety features. They will study the complex I/O peripherals including the multimedia units.

General Information

Prerequisites

  • Experience with a 32-bit processor or DSP is mandatory
  • Note that ARM CPUs are covered by separate courses, see ARM_A53 and ARM_M4

Duration & Attendance

5 days, 7 hours a day

Location

  • On site/intra (private session)
  • Contact us for public sessions

Target Audience

Engineers and technicians who develop boards and software based on S32V234

Program Overview

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
OVERVIEW (1-hour) RESET (2-hours) TIMERS (1-hour) GIGA ETHERNET MAC (4-hour) GRAPHIC MODULES (3-hour)
INTERCONNECT AND EMBEDDED MEMORIES (1-hour) SAFETY MECHANISMS (4-hour) MEMORY INTERFACES (4-hour) OTHER COMMUNICATION MODULES (3-hour) VISION SUBSYSTEM MODULES (4-hour)
ARM CPUs INTEGRATION (2-hour) SYSTEM MODULES (1-hour) PCIE BRIDGE (2-hour)    
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION (2-hours)        
CLOCKING (1-hour)        

 

The detailed course program is available upon request. For on-site training, we can provide a customized program specifically tailored for your audience, needs, and schedule. Contact us to discuss this option.

Additional Information

Teaching Methods & Tools
Lectures with supporting slides, use of projecto
Review and execution of bare-metal drivers, using GCC compiler and Lauterbach Trace32 debugger
Evaluation & Certification
Trainees are quizzed orally at the end of each chapter
Each trainee will fill out and return a training evaluation form upon completion of the training course
Technical Material
Training manuals given to attendees during training in pdf format
Attendees should bring their laptops for local access to course material (presentation, datasheets, …)
Notepad and pen are provided