Although any self-respecting commercial real-time operating system supplier might wish to deny the possibility, writing your own RTOS is an option. It is an option that is exercised by many developers, even though a wide selection of RTOS products is on offer. In this article, we will review the wisdom of the “do-it-yourself” approach and consider how this compares with a commerical RTOS product. Note: the article is within the Summer 2003 New Bits Newsletter.

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