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Here you can find any links about RTOS, protocols, file-compression and Z80.
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Glossary of RTOS Terms
Micriµm Inc. - Home of µC/OS and µC/OS-II
Guy Lancaster's Home Page - TCP/IP/PPP for µC/OS
The µC/IP Project
QNX Software Systems Ltd.
SMX-RTOS from Micro Digital
OSE (ENEA Embedded Technology)
Interniche Technologies Inc.
Accelerated Technology Inc. - Home of NUCLEUS PLUS
embedded systems, rtos, dsp, pc/104 and more
embedded.com - RTOS Special Report
Real-Time Research Repository
Embedded Tools - RTOS
Real-Time - ORG
Real-Time Systems Group
Embedded Software References
POSIX: Portable Operating System Interface
How to Use Real-Time Multitasking Kernels In Embedded System
Michael Baldischweiler's Homepage - one of the best 8051 / Keil-C51 sides
Beyond Logic - Many infos to PC-Keyboard / Parallel Port / Serial Port / USB / ...
Embedded Systems Programming
lvr - Lakeview Research
Dr. Dobb's Embedded Systems
Dennis Kuschel's project page
Web51 - Project
Adam Dunkels' homepage
lwIP - a Lightweight TCP/IP Stack
WWWpic2 - a web server in a PIC
The USB08 Project Page
USB Design By Example
FreeBSD Developers' Handbook - USB
TCP/IP and Java page (in polish)
Rochester Electronics - continue manufacturing discontinued semiconductors
SED1330 based GLiPIC
Links for Graphic LCD Controller/Module Info
LCD Drivers and Controllers
ZXVGS / MEMDISK / ...
AT-Kommandos f黵 GSM-Ger鋞e
Industrial Z-Modem for Embedded Applications
modem error-correcting protocols
LAPD Protocol: N-ISDN
EICON - X25 Cause and Diagnosic Codes
anotherurl - X25 Cause and Diagnostic Codes
Cisco - X25 Cause and Diagnostic Codes
Compression Patents Sorted By Coverage
Z80 / CPM:
Thomas Scherrer - Home of the Z80-CPU
The unofficial CP/M web site
The P112 CPU Board
CardsLab Rabbit resources
Gaby's Homepage for CP/M
Z-Fest - das CP/M-Ereignis
Chaos Cottage BBS CP/M files
MaxFrame Corporation CP/M
CP/M Utilities from Herne
HI-TECH Z80 CP/M C compiler
Homepage des KC-Clubs
Dontronics Z80 Page
Tobias Bremer's page
Der AUFZU Info-Server
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eCOS is an embedded OS from REDHAT, which is comes FREE with no strings, and has better toolchain, arch support and mailing list is very active, but Redhat has discontinued active support to eCOS development.
there are lots of RTOS's that are found usefulMay be u have sort out which one your requirment satisfy
you can try
vxworks -hope most useful
RTlinux-some of these people give you a free evalvation copy fir trying..
I wiil suggest two RTOS..
If you know linux then go for RTlinux. It is free on net www.fsmlabs.com
Also this has two versions rtlinux open & rtlinux pro. the pro version is costly 7 has lots of documentation also. open version is very cheap but very less documentation is there...you can get sufficient material on net same site also for starting..
second one rtos is Vxworks...
This suppoerts lots of thing. but it is very very costly tool...you can get evaluation version of this to start..lots of pdfs are given on net. related to vxworks..www,wrs.com
further any query contact me for site or for material.
have a nice start
The ABCD Proto-Kernel™ is a software for deeply embedded systems. Such systems use a micro-controller or microprocessor to implement electronic monitoring and/or control of a device, but do not otherwise look like a computer.
The ABCD Proto-Kernel™ provides an elegant solution to the recurring problem of providing a “real-time operating system” for embedded projects small enough that the need for an operating system might be questioned in the first place. This solution is as simple as ABCD, respectively for
a) interrupt dispatching,
b) fixed priority scheduling,
c) mutual-exclusion semaphores, and
d) a queuing mechanism.
The Free Software Foundation licensing model has been adopted for the ABCD Proto-Kernel™ software library, with specific provisions to account for the practicalities of the embedded software products:
Developers using the ABCD Proto-Kernel™ software library expected to make products out of custom electronics, process know-how, and software. The software is made of two parts: 1) the ABCD Proto-Kernel™ library and 2) application-specific software. The ABCD Proto-Kernel™ licensing scheme is intended to support proprietary application-specific software, under certain conditions. Please refer to the specific licensing terms for the various software components put together in your application.