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Posts tagged with 'interrupt latency'

26 Jun, 2013

Ricardo Anguiano So, what sorts of things can you create with Mentor Graphics’ embedded software development tools and platforms?  How about a self-balancing robot named Stella?  The Nucleus ReadyStart development platform, which includes the Nucleus RTOS, Sourcery CodeBench IDE and toolchain and Sourcery Analyzer performance and analysis tool, was used in the development of Stella. Stella the robot is an inherently … Read More

wheel angle bias, trace analysis, code instrumentation, Sourcery Analyzer, control systems, stella, Trace, application layer, ReadyStart, interrupt latency, robot, inverted pendulum, RTOS, Embedded, software development, Nucleus, JTAG, PID, Wireless, Zigbee

5 Jun, 2012

Measuring interrupt latency

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls I have posted a couple of times recently [like here] about a recent webinar that I conducted on measuring RTOS performance. This is a topic that appears to be of significant interest to most RTOS users, so I thought it might be a good time to pick up on a key detail of the issue. My colleague Rizwan Rasheed suggested a little while ago that the measurement and specification of RTOS interrupt latency … Read More

interrupt latency, Nucleus, RTOS

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