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Efficient I2C Communication and Sensor Integration

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This course covers I2C communications, debugging I2C devices, and integrating accelerometer sensors. You will learn to interface, transmit data, debug I2C devices, and utilize accelerometers in embedded systems, gaining practical skills for reliable implementation and troubleshooting.

This course covers I2C communications, debugging I2C devices, and integrating accelerometer sensors. You will learn to interface, transmit data, debug I2C devices, and utilize accelerometers in embedded systems, gaining practical skills for reliable implementation and troubleshooting.

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6 hours

Completion Certificate

Last Updated July 4, 2024

Skills you'll learn:

I2C • Sensors

Prerequisites:

Embedded System Communication Protocol Basics • Embedded Systems and Robotics Fluency

Course Lessons

Lesson 1

I2C Communications

Explore I2C protocol fundamentals, including how devices communicate over two wires, addressing, clock stretching, and practical applications.

Lesson 2

Debugging I2C Devices

Explore techniques for troubleshooting I2C devices, including bus analysis, signal integrity checks, and common communication issues.

Lesson 3

Accelerometer Sensors

Explore accelerometer sensors: functions, types, signal processing, applications in technology, and hands-on projects for real-world understanding.

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José Cano

Software Developer at Globant

José Cano is a software developer at Globant, where he works for a gaming company. He previously worked as an IoT developer focusing on creating embedded devices for monitor and remote controlling applications. He is very passionate about DIY projects and creating his own devices to perform different tasks.

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