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Free One-Day, Hands-On Workshop
September - November 2019 - 19 dates & locations throughout the US, Canada, and Brazil


Learn to Design with the New STM32G4 Mixed-Signal Microcontroller


Join our experts for a free hands-on workshop and learn what makes the new STM32G4 mixed-signal MCU ideal for todays advanced control and measurement applications.

With a rich set of analog peripherals, mathematical accelerators and high resolution timers, the STM32G4 is a great fit for applications including three-phase brushless motor control, instrumentation and digital switch-mode power supplies.

This one-day hands-on workshop will introduce embedded engineers to the new features of the STM32G4 through hands-on exercises, using the STM32G474 Discovery board. The board features the STM32G474RET6 MCU based on an Arm® Cortex®-M4 core operating up to 170 MHz with 512 Kbytes of Flash memory, 128 Kbytes of SRAM in a LQFP64 package along with several application circuits including a digital power buck-boost converter and RGB power LED.

Application engineers will be available on-site to provide technical support and answer your questions during the session.
 

Who Should Attend?

This workshop was developed for embedded engineers working with microcontrollers for digital control applications.
 

You Will Learn
  • The new features and peripherals of the STM32G4 microcontroller series
  • How to get started with the STM32G474 Discovery kit (B-G474E-DPOW1), STM32CubeMX and Keil MDK
  • How to configure and use the new features of the STM32G4 through hands-on exercises

 

Registration Information

There is no charge to participate in this event, but it is necessary to register through my.st.com.

 

Workshop Agenda*
8:00 – 9:00
  • Registration and system check for pre-installed tools
9:00 - 12:00
  • Overview of the STM32G4 and ecosystem
  • Getting started with the STM32G474 Discovery Kit
  • ADC for curious event handling
  • DAC for signal generation
  • Op Amps for gain and attenuation
  • HRTimer for RGB LED lighting control
  • STM32G4 in 3 phase BLDC motor control and digital power supply applications
  • CORDIC for trigonometric calculations
12:00 - 1:00
  • Lunch
1:00 – 3:00
  • FMAC for FIR filtering
  • Dual Bank Flash for live firmware upgrade
  • CCM-SRAM for high performance execution
  • USB-C Power delivery - optional
  • Secure Memory Area - optional

*The above agenda applies to the full-day workshop sessions. A shorter version of the workshop will be held at ST Developers Conference 2019, at ST Technology Tour events, and at Arm TechCon.