Being able to see internal software variables in Zynq-based embedded systems in real time is extremely useful during system bring-up and debugging. μC/Probe allows us to read the contents of the processor memory and extract the information we need, without impacting the target’s operation and without the need to add a single line of code to the running target.
Published on November 14, 2017 by Micrium
Testing and debugging real-time embedded software can be challenging. In fact, it’s surprising that more tools aren’t available to simplify embedded product design. Any tool that offers instant visibility into the inner workings of your application is worth looking into.
Published on October 17, 2017 by Jean Labrosse
Message queues can be used in a number of different ways. You can write fairly complex applications in which you might use message queues alone. Using only message queues can reduce the size of your code (i.e., memory footprint) because many of the other services (semaphores, time delays, and event flags) can be simulated.
Published on October 16, 2017 by Jean Labrosse
Incorporating a GUI is an option that should be considered for updating a product’s design and capabilities. µC/OS powers medical device manufacturers to reduce costs and design complexity and introduce more safety features without sacrificing time to market.
Published on September 21, 2017 by Micrium
Um ein Embedded-System zu entwickeln und zu debuggen, reichen in der Regel die üblichen Werkzeuge wie Compiler, Linker und Debugger. Bei der Verifikation von dynamischen Systemen wie etwa einer Motor- oder Prozesssteuerung sind allerdings besondere Tools gefragt: Eine spezielle Debugging-Hardware … Continue reading
Published on July 11, 2017 by Jean Labrosse
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