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TI-RTOS is a real-time operating system for TI microcontrollers. TI-RTOS enables faster development by eliminating the need for developers to write and maintain system software such as schedulers, protocol stacks and drivers. It combines a real-time multitasking kernel with additional middleware components including TCP/IP and USB stacks, a FAT file system, and device drivers, enabling developers to focus on differentiating their application. TI-RTOS provides a consistent embedded software platform across TI’s microcontroller devices, making it easy to port legacy applications to the latest devices.
The "Intro to TI-RTOS Kernel Workshop" is now available live or online. Follow the links below to find out more. You can take a LIVE workshop (scheduled at various sites around the U.S.) or download/stream the videos of each chapter online and watch at your own pace. All of the labs, solutions, student guides, installation instructions, lab procedures, etc., are all available to you. The workshop labs run on all MCU platforms (C28x, MSP430, Tiva-C) and the C6000. Check it out...
For live instruction: Intro to TI-RTOS Kernel Workshop - Live
For online videos:
Intro to TI-RTOS Kernel Workshop - Online
Pages in category "TI-RTOS"
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