Microcontroller - 8051, 8052, OpCodes, Analog Interface.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Ethernut Open Source Hardware Family

Four Ethernut reference designs are available, based on 8-bit AVR as well as 32-bit ARM7 and ARM9. All schematics and the CAD data are published as Open Source Hardware and may be freely used for private or commercial purposes.

Ethernut Open Source Hardware Family

Ethernut 5.0 Board - The high end generation of the Ethernut board family has been designed for embedded Linux applications. Ethernut 5.0 boards are shipped with samboot boot loader programmed in internal Flash memory, U-Boot boot loader, Linux kernel and a sample Nut/OS application programmed in serial Flash memory and a Linux root file system programmed in NAND Flash memory.

Ethernut Open Source Hardware Family

Nut/OS is a modular, open source, real time operating system for embedded platforms. It is easily configurable and optimized to run on 8 and 32 bit microcontrollers.

Nut/OS Modular Multithreading RTOS

Nut/OS is a modular operating system. Instead of providing a fixed kernel block, all code is packed in libraries. Only those parts are linked to the final binary image, which are directly or indirectly referenced by the application.