Just Cars + EEPROM Work- Understanding Memory & Microcontrollers in Vehicle Modules Class – May 28th @ 8:00am

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Just Cars + EEPROM Work- Understanding Memory & Microcontrollers in Vehicle Modules Class

Saturday May 28th 8am-12pm


Description:

The first part of the class will start with the basics of all memory parts. This includes EPROMs and EEPROMS. The following will be covered relating to memory.

  • Where did all this memory stuff start? In the beginning all memory parts were parallel.
  • What is the basic architecture of a memory part?
  • What is a bit, byte and word? What is an address and how does it relate?
  • If everything is binary why do we use HEX?-What’s the difference between an EPROM and an EEPROM?
  • Why is a Flash EPROM different from a non-flash part?
  • What is a serial eeprom and how to they work? What goes on inside?-EEPROMs can fail. How does this happen and why?
  • How does an eeprom become corrupt? How to avoid problem.
  • Why do they only have eight pins and what do the pins do
  • The three different families of serial eeprom.
  • Why are there 8-and 16-bit configurations and how do I know?

The second part of the class will cover microprocessors and microcontrollers.

  • What is a microprocessor?-What are the parts of a microprocessor system? (An ECU will be used in this example)
  • How does a microprocessor-based system work? What are the essential functional parts?-How do the pieces fit together and what do they do?
  • How does memory work with a microprocessor?
  • Why are there different types of memory in amicroprocessor system?
  • What is a microcontroller and why is it different from a microprocessor?
  • Where is a microcontroller used instead of a microprocessor and why?
  • Why do microcontrollers have so many pins and what do they do? (Immobilizer used for example)
  • What is the “crystal”? What does it do?
  • Why it is almost impossible to corrupt a microcontroller.
  • How microcontrollers communicate with device programmers.
  • Understanding a “secured” vs. “unsecured” microcontroller.

Class Cost: $150.00 per participant

Note: A Just Cars 2022 General Admission ticket is required to attend this class.

 

Just Cars + EEPROM Work- Understanding Memory & Microcontrollers in Vehicle Modules Class – May 28th @ 8:00am

$150.00

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