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The Basic Structure and Operation of Microcontrollers

A microcontroller, or MCU, controls hardware that is responsible for implementing device commands. It receives inputs from switches, buttons, sensors and other components and controls peripheral circuitry like displays and motors as ...

Windows RTOS vs Linux for Real-Time Applications

Real-time applications are applications that offer the right results on time. They focus on meeting the requirements of a time-related application aspect that could be stringent or soft. In today’s applications like those on smart ...

How Microcontrollers Work

Microcontrollers are embedded inside devices to control the actions and features of a product. Hence, they can also be referred to as embedded controllers. They run one specific program and are dedicated to a single task. They are low ...

Embedded RTOS Software for Military Defence, Aerospace and Avionics

The need for secure real-time operating system software and embedded computing security software for use in military embedded systems continues to rise due to increasing security concerns and threats. The IT sector has responded by ...

The Many Challenges of Real-Time Linux

Real-time Linux is a type of mainline Linux that is PREEMPT_RT enabled. When embedded projects require real-time operating systems, developers often opt for a PREEMPT_RT kernel patch that turns Linux into a real-time system. However, ...

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Numerical Fidelity

The digital signal processing (DSP) architecture is based on accurate and predictable real-time digital signal processing requirements that correspond to filter output, input data, and filter coefficients mathematical equations. As ...