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DECODE-REAL TIME SYSTEMS ( ELECTIVE-I )

I. A. Dhotre ISBN- 9789333219884
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Unit-I
Introduction of Real Time : System Introduction to Real Time Embedded System, need for a real - time system, different kinds (reactive, time driven, deadline driven, etc.), Embedded system Design Cycle, Types of Real Time Systems, Real Time Applications and features, Issues in real time computing, aspects of real - time systems (timeliness, responsiveness, concurrency, predictiability, correctness, robustness, fault tolerance and safety, resource limitations, RTOS necessity), real - time requirement specifications, modelling / verifying design tools (UML, state charts, etc.). (Chapter - 1)
Unit-II
Embedded Hardware for Real Time : System Selection criteria for Real time system - Hardware and Software perspective, need for partitioning, criteria for partitioning (performance, criticality, development ease, robustness, fault tolerance and safety, resource limitations, etc). System Considerations, Basic development environment - host vs target concept, CPU features, Architecture, I/O Ports, on - chip peripherals, Memory, Real time implementation considerations, bus architecture, Introduction to Interrupts, Interrupt vector table, interrupt programming, Pipeline and Parallelism concepts. (Chapter - 2)
Unit-III
Embedded Hardware - On Chip Peripherals and Communication Protocols : Role of peripherals for Real time systems, On - Chip peripherals and hardware accelerators, Peripherals [Direct Memory Access, Timers, Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC), DAC, Comparator, Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)], Need of real time Communication, Communication Requirements, Timeliness, Dependability, Design Issues, Overview of Real time communication, Real time, Communication Peripherals - I2C, SPI and UART. Introduction to the CCS IDE : its features, project options and basic examples Analog - to - Digital Converter Lab : Build a data acquisition system Control Peripherals Lab : Generate and graph a PWM waveform Direct Memory Access (DMA) Lab : Use DMA to buffer ADC results. (Chapter - 3)
Unit-IV
Embedded Software and RTOS : Software Architecture of real time system, Introduction to RTOS, role of RTOS, foreground Back ground system, pros and cons, Real time kernel, qualities of good RTOS, Functionalities of RTOS - Task Management, I/O management, Memory management, Inter Task Communication, Tasks, Task states, Task control block, attributes of TCB, Context switching, Interrupts handling, Multiprocessing and multitasking. (Chapter - 4)
Unit-V
Introduction to TI C2000 : Interface with actuators such as motor control enabling real time capabilities of C2000 Program to demonstrate the Task switching Simulation on CCS IDE To demonstrate the blink led application Using Hwi (Hardware Interrupt : periodically to produce an interrupt using Timers) of TI RTOS. Programming : demonstrate the Blink led application Using a Swi (Software interrupt) of TI RTOS To introduce two time - based SYS / BIOS services - Clock and Timestamp in TI RTOS; demonstrate the Task synchronization using Semaphores using TI RTOS; demonstrate Inter Task Communication Using of Mailboxes and Queues using TI RTOS; demonstrate the Communication Protocols - I2C, SPI and USART using TI. (Chapter - 5)

 

Unit-I
Introduction of Real Time : System Introduction to Real Time Embedded System, need for a real - time system, different kinds (reactive, time driven, deadline driven, etc.), Embedded system Design Cycle, Types of Real Time Systems, Real Time Applications and features, Issues in real time computing, aspects of real - time systems (timeliness, responsiveness, concurrency, predictiability, correctness, robustness, fault tolerance and safety, resource limitations, RTOS necessity), real - time requirement specifications, modelling / verifying design tools (UML, state charts, etc.). (Chapter - 1)
Unit-II
Embedded Hardware for Real Time : System Selection criteria for Real time system - Hardware and Software perspective, need for partitioning, criteria for partitioning (performance, criticality, development ease, robustness, fault tolerance and safety, resource limitations, etc). System Considerations, Basic development environment - host vs target concept, CPU features, Architecture, I/O Ports, on - chip peripherals, Memory, Real time implementation considerations, bus architecture, Introduction to Interrupts, Interrupt vector table, interrupt programming, Pipeline and Parallelism concepts. (Chapter - 2)
Unit-III
Embedded Hardware - On Chip Peripherals and Communication Protocols : Role of peripherals for Real time systems, On - Chip peripherals and hardware accelerators, Peripherals [Direct Memory Access, Timers, Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC), DAC, Comparator, Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)], Need of real time Communication, Communication Requirements, Timeliness, Dependability, Design Issues, Overview of Real time communication, Real time, Communication Peripherals - I2C, SPI and UART. Introduction to the CCS IDE : its features, project options and basic examples Analog - to - Digital Converter Lab : Build a data acquisition system Control Peripherals Lab : Generate and graph a PWM waveform Direct Memory Access (DMA) Lab : Use DMA to buffer ADC results. (Chapter - 3)
Unit-IV
Embedded Software and RTOS : Software Architecture of real time system, Introduction to RTOS, role of RTOS, foreground Back ground system, pros and cons, Real time kernel, qualities of good RTOS, Functionalities of RTOS - Task Management, I/O management, Memory management, Inter Task Communication, Tasks, Task states, Task control block, attributes of TCB, Context switching, Interrupts handling, Multiprocessing and multitasking. (Chapter - 4)
Unit-V
Introduction to TI C2000 : Interface with actuators such as motor control enabling real time capabilities of C2000 Program to demonstrate the Task switching Simulation on CCS IDE To demonstrate the blink led application Using Hwi (Hardware Interrupt : periodically to produce an interrupt using Timers) of TI RTOS. Programming : demonstrate the Blink led application Using a Swi (Software interrupt) of TI RTOS To introduce two time - based SYS / BIOS services - Clock and Timestamp in TI RTOS; demonstrate the Task synchronization using Semaphores using TI RTOS; demonstrate Inter Task Communication Using of Mailboxes and Queues using TI RTOS; demonstrate the Communication Protocols - I2C, SPI and USART using TI. (Chapter - 5)

 

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