|TI's branded ARM Cortex-M family, Stellaris, is focused on offering advanced peripherals, connectivity, easy software development and full featured development kits. The processors boast peripherals unique to TI that optimize motion control, user interfaces and communications. Today the Stellaris family includes the original Cortex-M3 and the newest Cortex-M4F.
More information about the core's capabilities can be found here.
|Stellaris is a versatile platform to integrate into your classroom. With C programming as the primary prerequisite and the multiple software offerings, the inherent capabilities of the Cortex-M core and the TI support -- product family has broad options curriculum.
Sample course concepts by Stellaris:
|Ideal for traditional lab courses where students have access to equipment and hardware in a formal setting.
|Ideal for courses where students are requested to purchase their own hardware. Platforms are targeted to be lower-cost, have high hardware integration and are portable.
|Ideal for research projects, advanced design, senior projects or for adding application specific exposure to the regular lab environment.
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