Sign In
Forgot Password?
Sign In | | Create Account

Embedded Software Blog

Posts tagged with 'Zigbee'

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

15 May, 2013

Anil Khanna In February, I had blogged about the emergence of the smart energy arena, made up of an ecosystem stretching from the utility to your home including connected devices such as data concentrators, smart meters, home gateways, smart appliances etc. A common standard that outlines the requirements regarding connectivity and intelligent communication between these devices is the Smart Energy Profile (SEP) … Read More

RTOS, smart energy, Nucleus SEP, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, smart grid, smart meter

18 Apr, 2013

Anil Khanna Nucleus, our flagship RTOS offering has been around for several years now. In this time, it has been designed into more than 3 billion embedded devices in various applications such as mobile, medical, consumer electronics, industrial and more! The phrase “been there done that” could not be more appropriate to Nucleus. Regardless, when it came time to design yet another cool demo, our engineers were … Read More

industrial, Nucleus, DESIGN West, RTOS, Zigbee

9 Jan, 2012

Everything is wireless

Posted by Colin Walls

Colin Walls When I was a kid, we had an example of the very latest high technology electronics in our kitchen: a transistor radio. This amazing device was light and portable, ran for ages on a set of batteries and would come to life instantly when switched on, offering a choice of sources of entertainment from around the world. I seem to recall that it used an incredible seven transistors to achieve this feat. … Read More

iPad, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee

Tags

Archives

 
Online Chat