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RTOS Supporting Hardware Elements on MCUs

MCUs are used to control real time functions within an embedded system that requires periodic intervals to adhere to set system reliability, responsiveness and performance requirements. Other times, real time operating systems are ...

RTOS for Firmware Developers

Though RTOS has been embraced for use in different industrial, operations and business settings, firmware developers often resist using an RTOS because they feel there will be such a big learning curve associated with learning the ...

DSP Microcontroller Algorithm Development Features

Though most microcontrollers operate on a high frequency clock of up to 20MHz, they do not always execute instruction in one cycle. For instance, some RISC microcontrollers use pipelining but they require a number of cycle to ...

Try IntervalZero’s new KINGSTAR 3.5 at SPS IPC Drives in Germany this November

The tagline of this year’s SPS IPC Drives conference is “smart and digital automation” – which means it’s a perfect fit for the KINGSTAR and IntervalZero teams. We’ll be at the show November 27-29, 2018 in Nuremberg, Germany, and ...

How a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) Overcomes Challenges

A real-time operating system, or RTOS, is a deterministic and fast operating system that is used in IoT and embedded applications. An RTOS is very small and highly suitable for use in microcontrollers. The main purpose of an RTOS is ...

Real-Time Applications for Embedded Systems

An embedded system is an application-oriented system that is designed to perform single tasks or limited numbers of tasks working towards one main objective. A real-time embedded system is a computer system with timing constraints, ...