Embedded Software Development with eCos (Anthony J. Massa)

 
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Embedded Software Development with eCos (Anthony J. Massa)

Professionals now have access to a low-cost, royalty-free embedded software development solution that operates in severely limited hardware conditions and scales easily to bigger products thanks to the Embedded Configurable Operating System (eCos).

This book is the first comprehensive manual for using this adaptable, affordable, royalty-free embedded software development platform to create solutions (eCos). Anthony J. Massa, the author, covers the whole eCos development platform, including support components, as well as the architecture, installation, setup, coding, and deployment of eCos. Every essential programming feature, including exceptions, interrupts, virtual vectors, threads, synchronization, networking, Web connectivity, debug/bootstrap, and even porting eCos to new hardware, is demonstrated through copious code examples and a comprehensive application case study.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
At the University of San Diego, ANTHONY J. MASSA received a dual B.S./B.A. in electrical engineering. On a variety of CPUs and embedded RTOS platforms, he has created embedded software, device drivers, and applications for a number of popular products, including satellite PC receiver cards and modems, set-top boxes, networking broadcast equipment, and Internet-enabled wireless modems.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
(December 5, 2002)
Hardcover
399 pages
eBook Format
PDF, 399 pages, 1.8 MB
ISBN-10
0130354732
ISBN-13
978-0130354730

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