Welcome Guest

ESC SV-311-331- Inside Real-Time Kernels, Part 1 and 2

Posted on: Sep 5, 2008 | Duration: 163 minutes
Course
0

Please disable any pop-up blockers for proper viewing of this course.

More Info +- Less Info

This two-part class examines the inner workings of a real-time kernel. A real-time kernel (also known as an RTOS) is software that manages the time of a microprocessor, microcontroller or DSP, allows multitasking and, provides valuable services to your embedded application. By understanding internals, attendees have a better grasp on the issues involved when using a kernel. This class uses a combination of code, graphics, animations and, running examples on an actual target CPU to show attendees how a kernel works. Attendees will experience the inner workings of a scheduler, see what's involved in a context switch, examines how semaphores, message queues, and many other common kernel services are typically implemented. This is the best class on the subject.

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page

×

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page

×

Please Login

You will be redirected to the login page