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Hello!
I just looks like a complicated way to explain simple things, but as it's only one part of a whole
forum, it's difficult to get the whole picture without investing some time.
Let's make it shorter: what do you want to know about tasks? Do you have any particular problem
to solve at the moment?
Dora.
 

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Let's make it shorter: what do you want to know about tasks? Do you have any particular problem
to solve at the moment?
Dora.

I have found that three phase power system is real time system. I am trying to understand it for FreeRTOS just for learning.

I gone through whole page but I don't understand example given for real time
 

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Hello!

I have found that three phase power system is real time system.

If you don't explain exactly what is your 3 phase power system and what you intend to do,
nobody can help you.
A 3 phase power system is not necessarily real time. It depends on what you do with these
3 phase. Real-time only means that your computing system is fast enough to do the job.
If you want to measure the amplitude / current, and if the 3 phases are 50 Hz, yes, you might
be able to do it.
So again, explain exactly what you want to do, and it might be possible to help.

Dora.
 

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