ARM Cortex-M0+ System Design

ARM Training Course

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This course is designed for those who are involved in designing systems based around the ARM Cortex-M0+ processor core. Including an introduction to the ARM product range and supporting IP, the course covers the Cortex-M0+ core architecture, programmers' model, instruction set and bus architecture. The CoreSight debug architecture is also covered as relevant to the Cortex-M0+.


  • Some knowledge of embedded systems
  • Familiarity with digital logic and hardware/ASIC design issues
  • Knowledge of programming in C
  • Experience of programming in assembler is useful but not essential
  • A basic awareness of ARM is useful but not essential


This course is intended for hardware design engineers who need to understand the issues involved when designing SoC's around the Cortex-M0+ processor core. It is also intended for software engineers developing for systems designed around the Cortex-M0+ core. The software development parts of this course refer to ARM development tools such as Keil MDK-ARM. However, much of this material is relevant to users of 3rd party ARM tools.


3 days


  • Introduction to ARM
  • Cortex-M0+ Overview
  • Tools Overview for ARM Microcontrollers
  • ARMv6-M Programmers Model
  • ARMv6-M Memory Model
  • ARMv6-M Exception Handling
  • ARMv6-M Compiler Hints and Tips
  • CMSIS Overview
  • SysTick Timer
  • AMBA AHB-Lite
  • Cortex-M0+ Core
  • Cortex-M0+ System Interfaces
  • Cortex-M0+ Integration Example
  • Cortex-M0+ Power Management
  • Cortex-M0+ Debug
  • Cortex-M0+ Memory Protection
  • Cortex-M0+ Trace
  • Cortex-M0+ Implementation & Integration
  • Cortex-M System Design Kit

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