Material 3 outline introduction to rtos introduction

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Unformatted text preview: SoC Design Laboratory SOC Consortium Course Material 3 Outline Introduction to RTOS Introduction to μC/OS-II Real-time OS – – – – Features Task & task scheduling Start μC/OS-II Port application SoC Design Laboratory SOC Consortium Course Material 4 μC/OS-II Written by Jean J. Labrosse in ANSI C A portable, ROMable, scalable, preemptive, real-time, multitasking kernel Real-time OS Used in hundreds of products since its introduction in 1992 Certified by the FAA for use in commercial aircraft Available in ARM Firmware Suite (AFS) Over 90 ports for free download SoC Design Laboratory SOC Consortium Course Material 5 μC/OS-II Features Real-time OS Portable runs on architectures ranging from 8bit to 64-bit ROMable small memory footprint Scalable select features at compile time Multitasking preemptive scheduling, up to 64 tasks SoC Design Laboratory S...
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  • Spring '05
  • Tian-SheuanChang
  • Real-time computing, Real-time operating system, embedded system, Earliest deadline first scheduling, SoC Design Laboratory

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