element14 presents solutions for debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME
Jun 14, 2012
element14 will be demonstrating a step-by-step guide to debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME debug adapter as a part of its free Design Flow Series webinar programme. Over 20,000 developers have already benefited from the Design Flow Series that is delivered by practicing engineers from some of the world's leading semiconductor
and electronics companies.
To register for the webinar taking place on 19th June 2012, at 10:00 EST, 16:00 CET please visit http://www.element14.com/community/events/3363.
Webinar attendees will also be invited to apply to RoadTest the Keil ULINK-ME, bundled with an ARM Cortex-M processor-based STM32 series development kit. element14's RoadTest Group enables developers to test and review new products, posting their results and findings on the element14 Community.
The webinar will comprise a 30-minute presentation by Matt Saunders, Technical Marketing Manager from ARM's System Design Division, followed by live Q&A. Matt will share a step by step process on how to setup and configure the Keil(tm) MCBSTM32F400 development board (for the ST Microelectronics STM32F4 Cortex(tm)-M-based microcontroller). He will also demonstrate how easy it is to use the Keil MDK-ARM(tm) development tools going from the initial opening of the box though to creating a project, configuring and using the debug tools. This will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A session. The session also will be archived after the event and can be accessed by visiting http://www.element14.com/webinawww.element14.com/webinarsrs
"Microcontrollers are becoming more capable and complex with many advanced peripherals," said Matt Saunders. "However the increasing demand on developers to finish projects faster remains the same. Now, more than ever, access to high quality development tools and hardware can make a significant difference and accelerate progress throughout the development of a new project."