Category Archives: FreeRTOS
Over the last weeks, we have been looking at the FreeRTOS project. We will surely revisit it in later articles, but until then, lets summarize. Introduction - what is a real-time operating system, and what is FreeRTOS all about. Tasks - how … Continue reading
Today, more and more systems go on-line. Just look at the tiny nanode covered earlier. Connectivity makes it easier to monitor remote sensors, implement home automation – as well as providing configuration and data read outs through a web interface. … Continue reading
One of the strenghts of FreeRTOS is the portability. In this installment, we will look at the available targets, and how to get up and running easily. Perhaps you already have a FreeRTOS compatible board in your lab.
Coming from a bare metal embedded system, the tasks of FreeRTOS may seem intimidating. In this article, we will look at how to setup a pair of threads and have them cooperate.