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Mapping Real Time Operating System on Reconfigurable Instruction Cell Based Architectures
 

Summary: Mapping Real Time Operating System on Reconfigurable Instruction Cell
Based Architectures
Han Wei, Mark Muir, Ioannis Nousias, Tughrul Arslan and Ahmet T. Erdogan
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
w.han@ed.ac.uk
Abstract
This paper presents the porting of an RTOS Micro
C/OS-II on a novel reconfigurable instruction cell
based architecture which fills the gap between DSP,
FPGA and ASIC with high performance, high
flexibility and ANSI-C support. WiMAX physical layer
program has been implemented on the target
architecture with the RTOS support. A semaphore
based synchronization scheme is used to improve the
task independence. The research lays a foundation for
further exploration of multithreading on multiple
target architectures.
1. Introduction
Embedded systems are deemed to play an important
role during the coming years. With more complex

  

Source: Arslan, Tughrul - School of Engineering and Electronics, University of Edinburgh

 

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