In this article, I’ll explore interrupt latency of a Cortex-A9 under various scenarios — and yes, it’s still on the Zynq-7000, since I still have that board on my desk from the last twoarticles. An upcoming follow-up article will describe methods of improving worst case latency. Continue reading “ARM Cortex-A Interrupt Latency”→
This time, I will be running an embedded file system on the snickerdoodle module, enabling non-volatile storage capabilities. The bare snickerdoodle module includes an SD card cage in addition to an on-board NOR flash. While it is possible to use the NOR flash, this post will focus on the SD card, which offers more versatility for development and prototyping. Continue reading “Embedded Storage on the snickerdoodle”→
What would make a better first post about embedded software than a hello world project on a brand-new development board. It’s the krtkl snickerdoodle I received with much excitement last week. In these next series of articles, I’m going to explore the capabilities of the snickerdoodle as a development platform for a high-performance real-time operating system. In this first article, I’ll run µC/OS, a commercial RTOS, on the snickerdoodle.
Before going any further, I think it’s important to mention that the snickerdoodle, with various optional base boards and accessories, can still be pre-ordered from Crowd Supply. Expected shipping date is around August.