ARM Processor Architecture
ARM is the industry's leading provider of 32-bit embedded RISC microprocessors, offering a wide range of processors based on a common architecture and delivering high performance together with low power consumption and system cost.
The key philosophy behind the ARM design is simplicity. The ARM is a RISC computer with a small instruction set and consequently a small gate count. This makes it ideal for embedded systems. It has high performance, low power consumption and it takes a small amount of the available silicon die area.
The course provides an overview of different ARM processors and the differences between them and gives its delegate the knowledge required to choose the correct chip.
The course also covers the different instruction sets and different software tools in the ARM industry with and without the use of a RTOS.