what is the best SBC?

Started by andre in comp.arch.embedded1 day ago 24 replies

Everybody knows the Raspbery PI, but there are a lot of other SBC available. Which are the best for use and which are the best balance efficiency...

Everybody knows the Raspbery PI, but there are a lot of other SBC available. Which are the best for use and which are the best balance efficiency / price? I use them for smal automation in relation with microctl (Atmel ) Many thanks in advance Sorry for my english -- Les politiciens sont imprévoyants, et les électeurs sans mémoire!


Webinar: Development of Real-Time Systems with Embedded Linux

Started by Sunil Kumar in comp.arch.embedded5 days ago

Join the next webinar by Toradex on Development of Real-Time Systems with Embedded Linux. In this webinar, you will learn about different...

Join the next webinar by Toradex on Development of Real-Time Systems with Embedded Linux. In this webinar, you will learn about different approaches to the development of deterministic systems (Real-Time Embedded Systems) in Application Processors of the i.MX6 and i.MX7 lines. You can choose from our two sessions in English, or the session in Portuguese – all on December 14t


The electronics club | Learn electronic circuits

Started by Abdul Azim in comp.arch.embedded5 days ago 1 reply

This Virtual Electronics Club Is established to support Engineers with creative and innovative ideas and build a unique electronics culture among...

This Virtual Electronics Club Is established to support Engineers with creative and innovative ideas and build a unique electronics culture among their members to build and design electrical circuits. visit more click here:http://www.virtualelectronicsclub.com/index.php


C# for Embedded ?...

Started by Chris in comp.arch.embedded1 week ago 90 replies

Hi, I've been invited to a meeting to discuss am automotive like engineering project with a high level of safety critical...

Hi, I've been invited to a meeting to discuss am automotive like engineering project with a high level of safety critical requirements. They are using Simulink for some of the top level design work, but are programming the whole lot in C#, with some of the code already written. Not sure at this stage which rtos is being used, if at all. From what I've read, C# is a web / application /...


Do you use serialization formats for communication?

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded1 week ago 29 replies

I often have the need to exchange some data between two or more MCUs. I usually use I2C or UART as physical layers. Normally I design a...

I often have the need to exchange some data between two or more MCUs. I usually use I2C or UART as physical layers. Normally I design a simple protocol between the MCUs: one framing mechanism (Start Of Frame, End Of Frame), one integrity check mechanism (CRC), and so on. The payload is statically defined between the two MCUs: - first byte is the version - second byte is the voltage m...


Microsemi Drops Avnet

Started by rickman in comp.arch.embedded2 weeks ago 2 replies

Looks like Avnet is no longer selling Microsemi products. Shame, Avnet is good at providing low priced eval boards for a variety of products....

Looks like Avnet is no longer selling Microsemi products. Shame, Avnet is good at providing low priced eval boards for a variety of products. They had a SmartFusion2 Kickstart board with some interesting peripheral devices. Seems that is no longer supported in any way. -- Rick C


Windows registry diffs

Started by Don Y in comp.arch.embedded2 weeks ago 21 replies

Is there a *simple* means (I've already found a complicated one) of noting the changes made to the registry by installing X vs. Y? (Consider...

Is there a *simple* means (I've already found a complicated one) of noting the changes made to the registry by installing X vs. Y? (Consider the different cases: install X, then Y vs. Y then X)


g++ on Cortex-M with no dynamic memory

Started by Dave Nadler in comp.arch.embedded2 weeks ago 41 replies

For years *one* of the *many* ways we've made reliable C++ embedded is by forbidding dynamic storage (except heap). Typically that requires: -...

For years *one* of the *many* ways we've made reliable C++ embedded is by forbidding dynamic storage (except heap). Typically that requires: - no exceptions or RTTI - class new/delete/new[]/delete[] over-ridden with HCF - all free-storage run-time pruned from the libraries - minor compiler-specific stubs for un-used C++ stuff A quick C++ trial showed that generated code didn't drag too m...


soft real-time on linux

Started by Randy Yates in comp.arch.embedded4 weeks ago 5 replies

Hello All, I have a requirement to port the MSTP physical layer (basically RS-485) of the BACnet protocol stack to linux. The protocol...

Hello All, I have a requirement to port the MSTP physical layer (basically RS-485) of the BACnet protocol stack to linux. The protocol requires certain timing to be met, for example, the response to a "Poll For Master" must be less than 20 milliseconds. In order to develop this in as short an amount of time, I'd like to use simple threads and read()/write() commands. However, the standar...


ANSI terminal emulators for linux

Started by Syd Rumpo in comp.arch.embedded1 month ago 19 replies

I use multiple instances of TeraTerm in Windows to provide ANSI/VT100 emulation for embedded processor diagnostics using serial USB...

I use multiple instances of TeraTerm in Windows to provide ANSI/VT100 emulation for embedded processor diagnostics using serial USB converters. It's not unusual to have six running at once. What are my best options in Linux, specifically Peppermint 7? I don't want lots of clutter, just setup to eg 38k4 baud, ANSI emulation with screens to type in and display text stuff. It's not full...


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