Product Literature and Technical Training

Product Literature
and Technical Training
In Brief . . .
With the pace of new semiconductor product
introductions, the task of providing an effective and
up–to–date perspective of available components is beyond
the means of any single document. Hence, a
comprehensive Motorola Literature System has been put in
place to keep semiconductor users totally informed of all
aspects of the Motorola product lines — from new product
introductions, to applications, to major changes in directions.
The Motorola technical literature library and associated
services consist of the following:
• An extensive library of Data Books, each containing a
complete selection of data sheets associated with a
particular product line.
• A series of User’s Manuals and Design Manuals dealing
with the application of highly complex products.
• A wide range of Application Notes and Article Reprints
detailing the utilization of new and significant products.
• Instructor–led Training for: Digital Signal Processing
(DSP) Family; M68000 Family; Embedded Controllers
(EC); MC68360 QUIC; PowerPC; Microcontroller
(MCU); RISC Family; plus the MC68302, MC68332,
MC68340 and the MC68HC16.
These products and services are described on the
following pages. However, because of different conditions
and standards, some of these may not be available outside
the USA.
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listing and description of Motorola semiconductor devices
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designs. It serves two purposes:
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permit an intelligent first–order evaluation as to the most
suitable devices for a specific application.
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Motorola Data and Application Literature
Complete technical data for the world’s most
comprehensive inventory of semiconductor components
To complement the industry’s broadest line of
semiconductor products, Motorola offers a complete library of
Data books which detail the electrical characteristics of its
products. These documents are supplemented by User’s
Manuals describing the capabilities of the products in circuit
and system design.
Motorola attempts to fill the need for applications
information concerning today’s highly complex electronic
components. Each year dozens of authors from colleges and
universities, and from the industry, add their individual
contributions to the collective literature. From these, Motorola
has selected a number of texts which add substantially to the
comprehension and applications of some of the more complex
products. By buying these in large quantities and providing
them to customers at lower than retail cost, Motorola hopes to
foster a more comprehensive acquaintance with these
products at greatly reduced prices.
For complete summaries and prices, order BR101/D from
the Literature Distribution Center.
Data Books and Handbooks
Selector Guides & Application
Literature (continued)
BR1333/D, Timing Solutions
BR1334/D, High Performance Frequency Control Products
DL110/D, RF Device Data
DL111/D, Bipolar Power Transistor Data
DL118/D, Optoelectronics Device Data
DL121/D, FAST and LS TTL Data
DL122/D, MECL Device Data
DL126/D, Small–Signal Transistors, FETs and Diodes
Device Data
DL128/D, Analog/Interface ICs Device Data
DL129/D, High Speed CMOS Data
DL131/D, CMOS Logic Data
DL135/D, TMOS Power MOSFET Transistor Data
DL136/D, Communications Device Data
DL137/D, Thyristor Device Data
DL138/D, FACT Data
DL140/D, ECLinPS and ECLinPS Lite
DL150/D, TVS/Zener Device Data
DL151/D, Rectifier Device Data
DL155/D, Dynamic RAMs & Memory Modules Data
DL156/D, Fast Static RAM – Component and Module Data
DL158/D, Multimedia Device Data
DL159/D, LonWorks Technology Device Data
DL200/D, Pressure Sensor Device Data
DL201/D, FPGA Data: Field Programmable Gate Arrays
HB205/D, MECL System Design Handbook
HB214/D, Rectifier Applications Handbook
HB215/D, RF Application Reports
BR1112/D, M68HC05 & M68HC08 Family Customer
Specified Integrated Circuit (CSIC) Microcontroller Unit
(MCU) Literature
BR1133/D, HIPPO: High–Performance Internal Product
Portfolio Overview
BR1137/D, The Motorola Explorer’s Guide to the World of
Embedded Control Solutions
BR1138/D, 68HC08 – Innovate, Migrate, Accelerate
BR1143/D, Fast Static RAM Cross Reference Guide
BR1202/D, Motorola Quality System Review Guidelines
BR1306/D, CATS – Customer Analysis Tracking System
BR1400/D, OACS (ASIC) – Open Architecture CAD System
BR3021/D, “IMAGINE’’ Magazine
CALCPSTG/D, Communications, Power and Signal
Technologies Group: New Product Calendar
CMRQS/D, CSIC Microcontrollers: Reliability and Quality
Monitor Report
CR100/D, Communications, Power and Signal
Technologies Group: Through–Hole to Surface Mount Cross
Reference
CR103/D, Transient Voltage Suppressors, General
Instruments Cross Reference
CR104/D, General Instrument–to–Motorola Optoelectronics
Cross Reference
DSPNEWSL/D, DSP News
MRQS/D, Advanced Microcontroller Division: Reliability and
Quality Monitor Report
SG46/D, RF Products Selector Guide & Cross Reference
SG73/D, Master Selection Guide
SG96/D, Analog/Interface ICs Selector Guide & Cross
Reference
SG140/D, SCANSWITCH Selector Guide
SG146/D, Digital Signal Processors Update
SG162/D, Sensor Products Division
SG165/D, CSIC Microcontrollers Update
SG166/D, Advanced Microcontroller Division Update
SG167/D, High Performance Embedded Systems Fact
Sheet
SG169/D, Mixed Signal Solutions from MOS Digital–Analog
Integrated Circuits Division
Selector Guides & Application
Literature
BR101/D, Technical and Applications Literature Catalog
BR518/D, Reliability & Quality Handbook
BR729/D, Motorola 68K Source – Third Party Vendor
Catalog
BR916/D, Packaging Manual for ASIC Arrays
BR923/D, Communications, Power & Signal Technologies
Group – Reliability Audit Report
BR1100/D, Microprocessor and Memory Technologies
Group: Reliability and Quality Report
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Motorola Data and Application Literature:
(continued)
Selector Guides & Application
Literature (continued)
User’s Manuals (continued)
DSP56300FM/AD, DSP56300 24–Bit Digital Signal
Processor Family Manual
DSP56301UM/AD, DSP56301 24–Bit Digital Signal
Processor User’s Manual
DSP96002UM/AD, DSP96002 IEEE Floating–Point
Dual–Port Processor User’s Manual
GPTRM/AD, Modular Microcontroller Family General
Purpose Timer Reference Manual
H4CDM/D, H4C Series Design Reference Guide
H4CPDM/D, H4CPlus Series Design Reference Guide
HC711D3PGMR/AD1, M68HC711D3PGMR Programmer
Board User’s Manual
HDCDM/D, HDC Series Design Reference Guide
LONUG/AD, LonBuilder User’s Guide
LP2/D, Portable Power: The Competitive Edge of the
68HC11 – Low Power Design Guidebook
M5CDM/D, M5C Series Design Reference Guide
M68CPU32BUG/D, CPU32BUG Debug Monitor User’s
Manual
M68HC05AG/AD, M68HC05 Applications Guide
M68HC08RG/AD, HC08 Family Reference Guide
M68HC11EVB/D1, M68HC11EVB Evaluation Board User’s
Manual
M68HC11EVBU/AD2, M68HC11EVBU Universal
Evaluation Board User’s Manual
M68HC11EVM/AD8, M68HC11EVM Evaluation Module
User’s Manual
M68HC11RM/AD, M68HC11 Reference Manual
M68PCBUG11/D2, M68HC11 PCbug11 User’s Manual
M68PRM/D, M6800 Programming Reference Manual
M6809PM/AD, MC6809–MC6809E Microprocessor
Programming Manual (1981)
M68000PM/AD, M68000 Family Programmer’s Reference
Manual
M68000UM/AD, M68000 8–/16–/32–bit Microprocessors
User’s Manual, Ninth Edition
M68020UM/AD, MC68020/MC68EC020 Microprocessors
User’s Manual
M68040UM/AD, MC68040, MC68040V, MC68LC040,
MC68EC040, MC68EC040V Microprocessors User’s
Manual
M68060UM/AD, MC68060, MC68LC060, MC68EC060
Microprocessors User’s Manual
M68332EVKEM/AD1, M68332EVK Evaluation Kit Exercise
Manual
MC68EC030UM/AD, MC68EC030 32–bit Embedded
Controller User’s Manual
MC68F333UM/AD, MC68F333 User’s Manual
MC68HC05CxRG/AD, MC68HC05Cx HCMOS Single–Chip
Microcontrollers Programming Reference Guide
MC68HC11A8RG/AD, MC68HC11A8 Programming
Reference Guide
MC68HC11C0RG/AD, MC68HC11C0 Programming
Reference Guide
SG171/D, Fast Static RAM Product Update
SG172/D, Dynamic Memory Update
SG173/D, CSIC Microcontrollers: Modular Development
Tools
SG175/D, RISC Microprocessor Division: The PowerPC
Microprocessor Family
SG265/D, Power MOSFETs Product Update
SG266/D, Bipolar Power Transistors Product Update
SG267/D, Rectifier Product Update
SG268/D, Thyristor Product Update
SG271/D, D2PAK Surface Mount Selector Guide
SG273/D, Optoelectronic Operations Selector Guide
SG274/D, Zener Operations Selector Guide
SG275/D, Small–Signal Operations: Surface Mount
Packages
SG365/D, Timing Soutions Selector Guide
SG367/D, High–Performance Gate Arrays
SG370/D, Discrete Surface Mount Selector Guide
SG375/D, Silicon Solutions for Motion Control
SG417/D, Semiconductor Products for Wireless
Communications
SG422/D, PowerPC Microprocessors Product Overview
SG423/D, TIGER: The Integrated Guide to European RAMs
SG424/D, EAGLES: European Analog Guide for Leading &
Emerging Systems
SG425/D, Lamp Ballast Selector Guide
SG426/D, DINO: Discrete Innovation News Overview
User’s Manuals
ADCRM/AD, Analog–to–Digital Converter Reference
Manual
CPU08RM/AD, M68HC08 Central Processor Unit
Reference Manual
CPU16RM/AD, M68HC16 Family Reference Manual
CPU32RM/AD, CPU32 Central Processor Unit Reference
Manual
CTMRM/D, Configurable Timer Module Reference Manual
DSP56KFAMUM/AD, DSP56000 Digital Signal Processor
Family Manual
DSP56000UM/AD, DSP56000/DSP56001 Digital Signal
Processor User’s Manual
DSP56002UM/AD, DSP56002 Digital Signal Processor
User’s Manual
DSP56003UM/AD, DSP56003/005 Digital Signal Processor
User’s Manual
DSP56004UM/AD, DSP56004 Digital Signal Processor
User’s Manual
DSP56100FM/AD, DSP56100 Digital Signal Processor
Family Manual
DSP56156UM/AD, DSP56156 Digital Signal Processor
User’s Manual
DSP56166UM/AD, DSP56166 Digital Signal Processor
User’s Manual
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Motorola Data and Application Literature:
(continued)
MC68836UM/AD, MC68836 FDDI User’s Manual
MC68837UM/AD, MC68837 FDDI User’s Manual
MC68838UM/AD, MC68838 FDDI User’s Manual
MC68839UM/AD, MC68839 FDDI System Interface User’s
Manual
MC68840UM/AD, MC68840 Integrated Fiber Distributed
Data Interface User’s Manual
MC68847UM/AD, MC68847 Quad ELM FDDI User’s
Manual
MC68851UM/AD, MC68851 Paged Memory Management
Unit User’s Manual, second edition
MC68881UM/AD, MC68881/MC68882 Floating–Point
Coprocessor User’s Manual, second edition
MC88100UM/AD, MC88100 RISC Microprocessor User’s
Manual
MC88110/410DH/AD, MC88110/MC88410 Designer’s
Handbook
MC88110UM/AD, MC88110 Second Generation RISC
Microprocessor User’s Manual
MC88200UM/AD, MC88200 Cache/Memory Management
Unit User’s Manual
MC88410UM/AD, MC88410 Secondary Cache Controller
User’s Manual
MC92005UM/D, MC92005 SBus Slave Interface Controller
User’s Manual
MCCIRM/AD, Multichannel Communication Interface
Reference Manual
MCF5102UM/AD, MCF5102 ColdFire User’s Manual
MCF5200PRM/AD, ColdFire Programmer’s Reference
Manual
MCUDEVTLDIR/D, Motorola Microcontroller Development
Tools Directory
MPCFPE/AD, PowerPC Microprocessor Family: The
Programming Environments
MPCTOOLBK/AD, PowerPC Tools – Development Tools
for PowerPC Microprocessors
MPC105UM/AD, PowerPC PCI Bridge/Memory Controller
User’s Manual
MPC601UM/AD, PowerPC 601 – RISC Microprocessor
User’s Manual
MPC603eUM/AD, PowerPC 603e RISC Microprocessor
User’s Manual
MPC604UM/AD, PowerPC 604 RISC Microprocessor
User’s Manual
QSMRM/AD, Queued Serial Module Reference Manual
RCPURM/AD, MPC500 Family: RCPU Reference Manual
SCIMRM/AD, Single–Chip Integration Module Reference
Manual
SIMRM/AD, System Integration Module Reference Manual
SIURM/AD, MPC500 Family: System Integration Unit
Reference Manual
TIM08RM/AD, TIM08 Timer Interface Module Reference
Manual
TPURM/AD, M68300 Family Time Processor Unit
Reference Manual
User’s Manuals (continued)
MC68HC11D3RG/AD, MC68HC11D3/MC68HC711D3
Programming Reference Guide
MC68HC11ERG/AD, MC68HC11E Programming
Reference Guide
MC68HC11F1RG/AD, MC68HC11F1 Programming
Reference Guide
MC68HC11K4RG/AD, MC68HC11K4/MC68HC711K4
Programming Reference Guide
MC68HC11KA4RG/AD, MC68HC11KA4/MC68HC711KA4
Programming Reference Guide
MC68HC11L6RG/AD, MC68HCL6/MC68HC711L6
Programming Reference Guide
MC68HC11MRG/AD, M68HC11 M Series Programming
Reference Guide
MC68HC11NRG/AD, MC68HC11N Series Programming
Reference Guide
MC68HC16Y1UM/AD, MC68HC16Y1 User’s Manual
MC68HC16Z2UM/AD, MC68HC16Z2 User’s Manual
MC68MH360RM/AD, MC68MH360 QUICC32 Quad
Integrated Multichannel Controller Reference Manual
MC68030UM/AD, MC68030 Enhanced 32–bit MPU User’s
Manual, third edition
MC68302UM/AD, MC68302 Integrated Multiprotocol
Processor User’s Manual
MC68306UM/AD, MC68306 Integrated EC000 Processor
User’s Manual
MC68307UM/AD, MC68307 Integrated Multiple–Bus
Processor User’s Manual
MC68322UM/AD, Bandit: MC68322 Integrated Printer
Processor User’s Manual
MC68328UM/AD, MC68328 (Dragonball) Integrated
Processor User’s Manual
MC68330UM/AD, MC68330 Integrated CPU32 Processor
Users Manual
MC68331UM/AD, MC68331 User’s Manual
MC68332UM/AD, MC68332 User’s Manual
MC68340UM/AD, MC68340 Integrated Processor User’s
Manual
MC68341UM/AD, MC68341 Integrated Processor User’s
Manual
MC68349UM/AD, MC68349 High Performance Integrated
Processor User’s Manual
MC68356UM/AD, MC68356 Signal Processing
Communications Engine User’s Manual
MC68360UM/AD, MC68360 Quad Integrated
Communications Controller User’s Manual
MC68488UM/AD, MC68488 General Purpose Interface
Adapter User’s Manual
MC68605UM/AD, MC68605 X.25 Protocol Controller User’s
Manual
MC68606UM/AD, MC68606 Multi–Link LAPD Protocol
Controller User’s Manual
MC68824UM/AD, MC68824 Token Bus Products User’s
Manual
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Motorola Data and Application Literature:
(continued)
DK305/D, PLL Frequency Planning
DK306/D, PLL Lock–in Time Analysis
SG73/D, Master Selection Guide
SEMIVID/D, Basic Semiconductor Videos
Dr. BuB, DSP Electronic Bulletin Board Freeware Line,
Microcontroller Electronic Bulletin Board
Technical Data Services
DK105/D, Scattering Parameter Library
DK106/D, Scattering Parameter Plotting Utility
DK107/D, Impedance Matching Program
DK202/D, Spice Disk for AN1043/D 3.5 (Mac)
DK301/D, Spice Disk for AN1043/D 3.5 (MS–DOS)
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Motorola Application Literature
Semiconductors in theory and practice
engineering bulletins and article reprints can also be ordered
from our Literature Distribution Center.
Contact the Literature Distribution Center for ordering
information. In addition, there may be an alternative document
available in some countries, contact your local Motorola Sales
Office.
For complete summaries: order BR101/D from the
Literature Distribution Center.
Application Notes, Engineering Bulletins and Article
Reprints are part of a total information system to define the
characteristics and applications of semiconductor devices.
Motorola’s library consists of more than 300 such documents
dealing with the applications of all types of semiconductors
from discrete power transistors to the most complex
microprocessors. All are described in an Application Note
Catalog available from our Literature Distribution Center.
Individual application notes, application reports,
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Motorola Technical Training Courses
Dear Customer:
Our primary goal as an organization is to enhance the designer’s effectiveness in implementing
Motorola’s offering of microprocessors and microcontrollers. This is accomplished by providing
our customers with formalized training, including application examples reinforced with hands–on
labs, to empower the designer with the tools to efficiently accomplish their design.
Teaming with our training partners, Ascent Technologies and Arnewsh, Inc., we continue to strive
for excellence in our offering of quality instruction in the application of Motorola products.
Motorola’s Technical Training organization develops new training courses in cooperation with our
applications engineers and product marketing resources very early in the new product cycle, thus
assuring vital and timely training to assist with your design. We then certify our training partners
to assure the best possible training experience for engineers/programmers.
Our technical training is structured to offer the best instruction in the semiconductor industry, and
we look forward to providing training that will adequately serve your design and application needs.
Thank you for choosing Motorola.
Jay Nunez
Director
Technical Operations
Sherril A. Harmon
Manager
Technical Training
We can bring the training to your facility!
Courses listed in this brochure can be taught at your facility and can be tailored to fit your needs.
For details and information please call one of the training providers: Motorola Technical Training
(602) 302–8008, Arnewsh, Inc. (970) 223–1616, or Ascent Technologies (800) 410–3601.
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Product Literature and Technical Training
Motorola Technical Training Courses (continued)
Prerequisites: This course assumes no prior knowledge of
the DSP56001 device.
DSP561xx Family Microprocessor
Description: This is a four–day course in which the student
(with digital signal processing design experience) learns to
design with the DSP561xx digital signal processor. The
course consists of lectures, labs, and exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have knowledge of at least
one microprocessor and its assembly language. A prior
understanding of digital signal processing theory is important
for those whose applications are DSP oriented.
MC68HC05/08 Microcontroller
Description: This is a four–day introductory course to the
68HC08 microcontroller family. This course covers the major
modules of the 68HC08 including discrete I/O, timer functions,
serial communications interfaces, multiplex communications
modules, and the exception related modules. Many
application examples are included. If needed, or if the actual
target platform is the HC05, there is one–day (optional) added
to the beginning of the class.
Prerequisites: No prior MC68HC08 knowledge is assumed.
Some basic understanding of embedded system operations
and their target applications is helpful.
DSP5600x Family Microprocessor
(with intro to DSP563xx/6xx)
Description: This is a five–day course in which the student
(with digital signal processing design experience) learns to
design with the DSP5600x digital signal processor. The
course consists of lectures, labs, and exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have knowledge of at least
one microprocessor and its assembly language. A prior
understanding of digital signal processing theory is important
for those whose applications are DSP oriented.
MC68HC11 Microcontroller Family
Description: This is a four–day introduction to the MC68HC
microcontroller family which covers major features of this
industry–standard microcontroller. Students will understand
how to program and apply all the major subsystems of the
MC68HC11 including discrete I/O, timer functions, serial
communication interfaces, analog to digital conversion, and
the computer operating properly (COP) watchdog timer. Many
application examples are included.
Prerequisites: Students should have a basic understanding
of embedded system operations and their target application.
DSP563xx/6xx Family Digital Signal
Processor
Description: This is a two or four–day course in which the
student (with digital signal processing design experience)
learns to design with the DSP563xx/6xx digital signal
processor. Students who have DSP5600x experience may
choose to attend the last two days only. The course consists
of lectures, labs, and exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have knowledge of at least
one microprocessor and its assembly language. A prior
understanding of digital signal processing theory is important
for those whose applications are DSP oriented.
MC68HC12 Microcontroller
Description: This three–day course is designed to help the
student understand the MC68HC12 family and their
applications. The student will write I/O routines to configure an
entire system to meet application requirements.
Applications such as angle base engine control, anti–skid
breaking system and serial communication will be discussed
in detail.
Prerequisites: 8 or 16–bit microcontroller knowledge and
design experience will be helpful.
DSP568xx Family Digital Signal
Processor
Description: This is a four–day course in which the student
(with digital signal processing design experience) learns to
design with the DSP568xx digital signal processor. The
course consists of lectures, labs, and exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have knowledge of at least
one microprocessor and its assembly language. A prior
understanding of digital signal processing theory is important
for those whose applications are DSP oriented.
MC68HC16 Microcontroller Family
Description: This is a four–day course in which the
MC68HC16 family major features are covered, including the
CPU16, general purpose timer, and analog–to–digital
converter. In addition, the system integration module,
single–chip integration module, queued serial module,
standby RAM, multi–channel communications interface, and
time processor unit will be covered. Lecture, labs and
exercises are a major part of the learning process for this
course.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of microprocessor fundamentals.
Previous experience with either MC68HC05 or MC68HC11 is
helpful.
DSP96002 Microprocessor
Description: This course prepares the student for designing
systems which include the DSP96002. The course consists of
four days of lecture.
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instruction set, addressing modes, exception processing, and
an overview of the caches and memory management unit in
020/030/040. The course consists of lectures, exercises, and
labs.
Prerequisites: A basic understanding of microprocessor
systems and assembly language is required.
MC68332 Embedded Controller
Description: This is a five–day intensive introduction to the
MC68332 embedded controller family. Students will
understand how to program and apply all the major
subsystems of the 68332, including discrete I/O, timer
functions, serial communication interfaces, analog to digital
conversion, computer operating properly (COP) watchdog
timer. Many application examples are included.
Prerequisites: Students should have a basic understanding
of embedded system operations and their target application.
MC68EC/040/060 Microprocessors
Description: This is a two–day course which covers all the
hardware and system aspects of both the MC68040 and
MC68060 members. The first one and a half days is used to
cover the MC68040 and the common issues of the MC68060.
The last half day is used to point out MC68060 differences and
the new features.
Prerequisites: Students should have complete familiarity
with the software aspects of the M68K family. Students who
also need the software and programming background may
attend the M68K family programming course offered in the
same week.
MC68376 Microcontroller
Description: This is a five–day intensive introduction to the
MC68376 microcontroller. Students will understand how to
program and apply all the major sub–systems of the 68376,
including discrete I/O, time processor unit, the configurable
timer module, the queued analog to digital converter, the
queued serial module, and the Toucan module. Application
examples are included.
Prerequisites: Students should have a basic understanding
of embedded systems operations and their target application.
MC68302 Integrated Multiprotocol
Processor
ANSI C for Embedded Systems
Description: This is a four–day course in which students
learn to design and write programs for the various chip submodules. This includes the MC68000 core, communication processor (CP) and system integration block (SIB). The course
consists of lectures, exercises, and labs.
Prerequisites: Students need the software and hardware
understanding of the MC68000 processor.
Description: This four–day course is a fast–paced
introduction to programming Motorola microcontrollers using
the C language. The course covers all essential C language
constructs their typical implementation on Motorola
microcontrollers and how to strategically design embedded
system C software. Particular attention is paid to unique
embedded system issues such as compiler ROM and RAM
usage and throughput minimization. Hands–on lab exercises
reinforce all major topics and use commercially available
cross–compilers and simulators.
Prerequisites: Students should have a basic understanding
of the 68HC11 or 68332 microcontroller and embedded
systems operation. No familiarity with C is assumed.
MC68360 QUICC–QUad Integrated
Communication Controller
Description: This is a four–day course in which students
learn to design and write programs for the various chip modules. This includes the CPU32+ core, communication processor module (CPM) and system integration module (SIM60).
Labs are a major part of the learning process; lecture and
exercises are also a part of the course.
Prerequisites: To benefit most from the course, a S/W and
H/W understanding of the MC68000 microprocessor is a
requirement.
MC68EC/000 Microprocessor
Description: This is a four–day course which covers both the
software and hardware aspects of the MC68EC/000 processor. The course will cover programming model, data types,
instruction set, addressing modes, exception processing, signal function and characteristics.
Prerequisites: A basic understanding of microprocessor
systems, digital logic and memory concepts is required.
MC6834x Family Integrated Processor
(’330, ’340, ’341, ’349)
Description: This is a three–day course in which students will
learn to design with the CPU32/CPU32+, DMA channels,
timers, serial I/O modules, and system integration module.
The course consists of lectures, exercises, and labs.
Prerequisites: Students need the software and hardware
understanding of the M68K processor family.
MC68EC/000 Family Programming
Description: This is a three–day course which presents the
software functionality of all the MC68/EC0x0 microprocessors. The course covers the programming model, data types,
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PowerPC 6xx Family Microprocessor
Description: The MPC6xx is primarily targeted for the desktop marketplace. The PowerPC MPC6xx course is a four–
day course that details all publicly announced MPC6xx
implementations such as the MPC602, MPC603 and
MPC604. This course contains lectures, labs, and exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have advanced microprocessor and assembly language knowledge. An understanding
of memory management, multi–processing/master, and
cache concepts is also beneficial.
MPC505 PowerPC Microcontroller
Description: This is a three–day course in which the student
learns to design with the embedded PowerPC core, system
integration unit (SIU), and associated components of the
MPC505. The course consists of lectures and exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have advanced microprocessor and assembly language knowledge. PowerPC
experience is not required.
MPC821 PowerPC Integrated
Microcontroller
Description: This is a four–day course in which the student
learns to design with the MPC821, i.e. the embedded
PowerPC core, and the enhanced communications processor module. The course will contain lectures, labs, and
exercises.
Prerequisites: The student must have advanced microprocessor and assembly language knowledge. The first day
of this course is optional, intended for designers with no
PowerPC background.
MPC860 Power QUICC–QUad Integrated
Communication Controller
Description: This is a four–day course in which students
learn to design and write programs for the various chip submodules. This includes the embedded PowerPC Core, the
RISC communication processor module (CPM), and system
integration unit. Labs are a major part of the learning process;
lectures and exercises are also a part of the course.
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Prerequisites: To benefit most from the course, some S/W
and H/W understanding of the PowerPC RISC processor is
a requirement. However, if students do not have this
requirement, the first day is a must to attend. The first day will
cover PowerPC basics and fundamentals.
TPU Microcode
Description: The TPU Microcode course is a three–day
lab–intensive course in which the student learns how to write
microcode functions for the TPU. The course is approximately
50% lecture and exercises and 50% lab time.
Prerequisite: The student must have advanced microprocessor experience.
ColdFire MCF5200
Description: This is a three–day course that covers the
ColdFire family of microprocessors. This “variable length’’
RISC MPU is contrasted with traditional RISC and CSIC
architectures, and the advantages of the ColdFire family are
highlighted.
The software portion of this course covers the programming
model, addressing modes, and instruction set. Code density,
exception processing and program examples are also
reviewed.
The hardware portion begins with the system integration
module (SIM). The SIM includes the external bus interface
and timing, chip select operation, DRAM controller, and
system protection features.
The hardware portion also covers in detail the on–board
debug module. The course will demonstrate to the student
how to debug application programs using the advanced
features of the background debug mode (BDM), including
real–time trace and hardware breakpoints.
This course also covers the other ColdFire family resources,
including on–chip caches, timers, uarts and the M–bus
interface.
Each hardware topic includes a lab session and an application
example is provided to insure the student has a clear understanding of the features of the ColdFire family.
Prerequisite: 32, 16 or 8–bit microprocessor/microcontroller
knowledge or design experience.
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For information regarding the following courses, call
(800) 262–5486. RTEK support and course information
offered by Embedded System Product, Inc.
is not required but will benefit the student. Students should be
familiar with the C language and a source level debugger.
RTEK Training Class Dates for 1997
Please call (800) 262–5486 to speak with the RTEK Training
Coordinator concerning course pricing, enrollment, or on–site
training.
Use of the RTEK Kernel
Description: This is a three–day course in which the student
receives an in–depth presentation of the RTEK kernel with
reinforcement from extensive “hands–on’’ usage. The course
covers all aspects of RTEK kernel usage beginning with an
overview of real–time software architectures, a presentation
of RTEK features, its kernel objects and services, system
configuration and generation, and interrupt servicing concepts for device drivers. Lecture time is interspersed with lab
exercises to achieve maximum benefit for the student. Each
day ends with a question and answer session to cover application topics or items of special interest to the student.
Prerequisites: Prior knowledge or use of a real–time kernel
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February 11–13
March 18–20
April 8–10
May 13–15
June 17–19
July 15–17
August 12–14
September 16–18
October 14–16
November 11–13
December (No Scheduled Class)
All scheduled classes are held in Houston, TX at the
Embedded System Products Training Center. Closed classes
are available on–site by special arrangement.
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Please call one of the training providers above for details on providing classes at your facility
MOTOROLA Courses and Locations
Motorola Technical Training Center • 432 North 44th Street • Suite 175 (Classroom) • Phoenix, Arizona 85008
Call (602) 302–8008 for class pricing
FAX REGISTRATION FORM
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Please mark the class you will be attending and fax to ATTENTION: REGISTRAR.
___ DSP568xx, Phoenix, January 28
___ DSP568xx, Phoenix, March 11
___ DSP568xx, Ann Arbor, May 6
___ DSP563xx/6xx, Phoenix, February 18
___ DSP563xx/6xx, Ann Arbor, April 22
___ DSP563xx/6xx, Ann Arbor, June 17
___ MC68HC12, Phoenix, February 11
___ MC68HC12, Phoenix, March 4
___ MC68HC12, Phoenix, May 6
You can also register for Motorola taught courses by:
Email: R17994@email.sps.mot.com
Internet WWWeb, URLs:
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External: http://design–net.com/training/catalog/training.html
Plan early as classes fill up rapidly and space is limited.
ARNEWSH, INC. Courses and Locations
P.O. Box 270352 • Fort Collins, Colorado 80527–0352 • (970) 223–1616
Call for class pricing
FAX REGISTRATION FORM
FAX (970) 223–9573
Please mark the class you will be attending and fax to ATTENTION: REGISTRAR.
___ PowerPC 6xx, Phoenix, January 28
___ PowerPC 6xx, Phoenix, April 29
___ PowerPC 6xx, San Jose, June 24
___ MCF520x ColdFire, Phoenix, March 25
___ MC6834x, Denver, March 18
___ MC68302, Denver, April 8
___ MC68360, Phoenix, February 18
___ MC68360, San Jose, May 20
___ MPC860, Phoenix, January 14
___ MPC860, Seattle, April 22
___ MPC860, San Jose, June 10
___ MPC821, Phoenix, March 11
___ MC68EC/000, Denver, February 25
___ MC68EC/000 Family Programming,
Chicago, May 5
___ MC68EC/040/060, Chicago, May 8
ASCENT TECHNOLOGIES Courses and Locations
525 Avis Drive, Suite 15 • Ann Arbor, MI 48108 • (800) 410–3601
Call for class pricing
FAX REGISTRATION FORM
FAX (313) 668–2735
Please mark the class you will be attending and fax to ATTENTION: REGISTRAR.
___ MC68HC11, Ann Arbor, March 11
___ MC68HC11, Ann Arbor, June 10
___ MC68HC16, Ann Arbor, March 4
___ MC68HC16, Ann Arbor, April 29
___ MC6833x, Phoenix, February 24
___ MC6833x, Ann Arbor, May 12
___ MC6833x, Ann Arbor, June 16
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___ MC68376, Phoenix, January 20
___ MC68376, Ann Arbor, March 17
___ MC68376, Ann Arbor, April 28
___ MC68HC05/HC08, Phoenix, February 3
___ MC68HC05/HC08, Ann Arbor, April 14
___ DSP5600x, Phoenix, February 10
___ DSP5600x, Phoenix, March 24
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___ DSP5600x, Ann Arbor, June 2
___ TPU Microcode, Ann Arbor, February 25
___ ANSI C, Ann Arbor, January 21
___ ANSI C, Ann Arbor, February 18
___ ANSI C, Ann Arbor, April 8
___ ANSI C, Ann Arbor, May 20
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