Bootloader for STM32, XMC, HCS12 and other microcontroller targets.
OpenBLT is mostly used as an STM32 bootloader, due to the popularity of STM32 microcontrollers. However, the bootloader’s architecture is such that it can work with any microcontroller and use any type of communication interface to perform firmware updates.
Scientific/engineering firmware repurposing HP business calculators!
This project has created scientific firmware for the HP-20b and HP-30b business calculators. The WP 34S turns either of these calculators into a powerful keystroke programmable scientific device. According to our customers, it's the most powerful and fastest RPN scientific pocket calculator ever built. The WP 34S is alive and stable since 2011. We have succeeded in satisfying the most picky users - read about their experiences on http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/forum-8.html. Find the Owner's Manual v3.2 at https://www.createspace.com/4106229 In 2014, we've updated the WP 34S to version 3.3. Our customers confirm its documentation is excellent and comprehensive (see feedback); an updated printed edition is available from https://www.createspace.com/6329314 since June 2016. We have also produced the WP 31S which is derived from the WP 34S source code. This is an entry-level scientific calculator. Its printed manual is available from https://www.createspace.com/4773370
RTOS for Secure Systems
Pharos is a Real-Time Operating System designed for Secure Systems with the following characteristics: -Security: With space partitions and enhanced time partitioning. Each partition protected with hardware MMU/MPU and operating in user mode. -Quality: Low cyclomatic, high comments, low nesting level, MISRA. -Mixed Criticality: Partition independence and isolation. Native support for sporadic, periodic and aperiodic threads under a fixed-priority preemptive scheduler, including execution time protection (threads are not allowed to run for more time than they are configured to). -Determinism: Hard real-time determinism, most calls areO(1) and very few cases are O(Log(N)) - they are well indentified in the user manual. Pharos takes ARINC and moves it one step further, improving responsiveness and isolation. Supports ARM R5, M4, 926EJ-S. We are a group of enthusiastic software developers that also implements client custom software. Contact: email@example.com
Dew Controller Feature Rich
3-channel fully automated Dew Controller (DIY project) based on Arduino Nano. For $48 or less. (c) Copyright Robert Brown 2014-2018. All Rights Reserved. YOU MAY NOT SELL CONTROLLERS OR PCB's BASED ON THIS PROJECT to anyone without express written permission granted from the author. Schematics, Code, Firmware, Ideas, Applications, Layout are protected by International Copyright Law. Permission is NOT granted to any person to redistribute, market, manufacture or sell the myDewController products, ideas, PCB's, circuits, builds, variations and units described or discussed herein or on this site. Permission is granted for personal and Academic use only. THIS MEANS THAT YOU CANNOT RE-DESIGN AND MAKE AVAILABLE KITS OR PCB BASED ON THIS PROJECT AND OFFER THOSE KITS FOR SALE TO OTHERS. THAT IS A BREACH OF COPYRIGHT. Code or portions of code may not be copied or used without appropriate credit given to author.
State machine framework for reactive embedded systems
RKH is a generic, flexible, modular, highly portable, ANSI-C compliant, and open-source development tool for implementing hierarchical state machines based on modern state machine concepts. This modern techniques are used to give an abstract description of the dynamic behavior of a system in a substantial manner. The RKH not implements neither entire UML specs. nor entire Statechart specs. Instead, the RKH intention is to support just enough basic concepts of that powerful tools to facilitate the reactive-system modeling holding a solid, and efficient implementation. Broadly speaking, the RKH implementation has been designed from the ground up to be used in 8-bits platforms but can be easily adapted to 16 or 32-bits platforms.
amforth is an extendible interpreter on microcontrollers
amforth is an extendable command interpreter running on AVR ATmega and TI MSP430 microcontrollers. Turnkey actions for fully autonomous operations are possible as well. The command language is close to the Forth 2012 standard.
Cryptic Allusion Dreamcast-related development: KallistiOS, Ghetto Pong, etc.
opkg for cmu mazda infotainment
This is only repository binary file. If you interest, visit the website https://gitlab.com/mzdonline/cmu-opkg. For developer to activate package management system on CMU. Developer can easy to build own package .Look at Makefile and opkg/*
Router distribution based on FreeBSD with FFRouting and Bird
BSD Router Project (BSDRP) is a open source router distribution based on FreeBSD, supporting all majors routing protocols (RIP, OSPF, BGP, ISIS, PIM, etc..) and multi-tenant capabilities that fit on a 1GB Flash disk.
W-Bus communication library
This is a small library that allows comunicating with a Webasto (tm) W-Bus capable car heating system. Runs on Personal Computers or for embedded devices (slim design). Easily portable. Includes a Heater manager, heater controller program and more. The GIT repository (CVS is deprecated) also includes a control unit application to control W-Bus capable devices, a W-Bus compatible heater unit firmware application and a heater simulator for testing purposes. Also, a serial port loop back driver for linux is included to simulate OBD II K-Line adapters.
Open Source SW/HW Project for Embedded Ethernet Applications. Works with AVR ATmega256/128/103, AVR32, SAM7X, SAM7S(E), SAM9, AT91X40, GameBoy Advance, Cortex M3 / M4 (STM32, NXP LPC, LM3S), Freescale Coldfire, RTL8019AS, LAN91C111, CS8900 and DM9000E chips. Offers a tiny TCP/IP stack including HTTP, FTP and DHCP.
FlashForth is a standalone Forth system for the Microchip PIC 18, 24, 30, 33 and the Atmel Atmega series of microcontrollers. A Forth system with interpreter, compiler, assembler and multitasker is provided.
Raspberry Pi 2 OS with LXDE Linux Desktop with Kodi Installed
PearlPi is a light weight very basic LXDE desktop with Kodi Media Center installed. Great distro for anyone to add your favorite raspberry pi software to. BE SURE TO DOWNLOAD THE README FILE (choose browse all files under download link) What sets PearlPi apart from other releases is a self contained OS with both a Linux desktop for you basic computer tasks as well as Kodi Media Center for all your entertainment desires. Kodi streams perfect 1080i HD Video Streams from your home Internet Connection. This Linux OS does not run on i386, amd64 etc computers it is specifically made for the Raspberry Pi 2. see www.raspberrypi.org for more details on this complete system under 40$. TO PLAY VIDEO FILES ON DESKTOP .... Most likely you will want to play all your multimedia through your Kodi Interface however if you would like to easily be able to play video as well as audio on the desktop, simply install banshee. To do this in your terminal type: " sudo apt-get install banshee "
Android Source Code
Source Code of android mobile phone or android tablet made by TCL communication.
nano-X on android system, c/c++ implementation of the android system
Alternative firmware and software with open source for platforms based on the SoC Realtek RTL8186. Альтернативная прошивка и ПО с открытым кодом для платформ на базе SoC Realtek RTL8186.
Recirculation infusion mash system library for Arduino
This library implement RIMS controls for home brewers. For definition of a RIMS, see https://tinyurl.com/j3lyuyc For me, an Arduino micro controller + a LCD Keypad shield was cheaper and a lot more customizable than a commercial PID controller. So, with this library, a commercial PID controller is unnecessary. Automatic PID tuning toolkit is also included. Temperature can be read with a thermistor, a resistance temperature detector (RTD) or any custom temperature probe. Heater is controlled with pulse-width modulation (PWM) of a solid-state relay (SSR).
Various snippets of programs
This project has demonstration purposes and contains various programming fragments. Perhaps this will be useful to someone.
The wolfSSL embedded SSL library (formerly CyaSSL) is a lightweight, portable, C-language-based SSL/TLS library targeted at IoT, embedded, and RTOS environments primarily because of its size, speed, and feature set. It works seamlessly in desktop, enterprise, and cloud environments as well. wolfSSL supports industry standards up to the current TLS 1.2 and DTLS 1.2, is up to 20 times smaller than OpenSSL, offers a simple API, an OpenSSL compatibility layer, OCSP and CRL support, is backed by the robust wolfCrypt cryptography library, and much more. wolfSSL relies on the soon-to-be FIPS 140-2 validated wolfCrypt library for all cryptographic functionality. Visit http://wolfssl.com/wolfSSL/fips.html for more info!
The CyaSSL embedded SSL library (Now known as wolfSSL) is a lightweight, portable, C-language-based SSL/TLS library targeted at IoT, embedded, and RTOS environments primarily because of its size, speed, and feature set. It works seamlessly in desktop, enterprise, and cloud environments as well. wolfSSL supports industry standards up to the current TLS 1.2 and DTLS 1.2, is up to 20 times smaller than OpenSSL, offers a simple API, an OpenSSL compatibility layer, OCSP and CRL support, is backed by the robust wolfCrypt cryptography library, and much more. wolfSSL relies on the soon-to-be FIPS 140-2 validated wolfCrypt library for all cryptographic functionality. Visit http://wolfssl.com/wolfSSL/fips.html for more info!
BASIC-like language interpreter for embedded systems
Terminal-BASIC is a BASIC-like language interpreter, works on a set of single board embedded systems (i.e. famous AVR uc based boards). Terminal-BASIC: * suports real numbers, multidimensional arrays and Darthmouth BASIC-style matrix operations; * written in C++11; * has modular structure (can save uc storage, instantiating only used modules); * works through different i/o devices, using vt100 commands; * on systems with multiple i/O devices can work as simple time-sharing system; * static Linux build for playing and debug;
Debugging and programming interfaces for Freescale microcontroller
USBDM BDM Interface for Freescale Microcontrollers USBDM consists of two components: Hardware interfaces for various target devices This includes interfaces ranging from very simple hardware to more complete and capable hardware. Software to support these interfaces This includes: Plugins to work with Freescale's Codewarrior software under Windows Plugins to extend the usabilty of Eclipse with USBDM and Codesourcery & ARM toolchains. This includes GDB sprites providing a complete open source development toolchain. A set of stand-alone programmer applications. These support programming of RS08, HCS08, HCS12, Coldfire and Kinetis devices. Where applicable, the software is available for Windows and Linux. Keywords: BDM, OpenSDA, Peripheral Register View, Freescale, Debugger, Programmer, ARM Cortex-M, USBDM, OSBDM, TBDML, Eclipse plugin, SVD Viewer, Register View, Kinetis, Coldfire,HCS08,HCS12,GDB,Kinetis Design Studio, Eclipse
Community-driven variant of TI's bare metal development support tools
This is the community driven variant of StarterWare(tm) 2.0.x by Texas Instruments, a collection of example source codes, headers, and basic implementations for AM335X-based hardware (like the BeagleBone Black, the PocketBeagle or the OSD335x SiP). The aim of this project is to add features and functionalities faster than TI is able to do that and to get a high-quality package for easy bare metal programming on such Sitara-based devices.
Simplest kernel for cooperative multithreading
Simplest of possible ways to multithreading on the smallest microcontrollers. This project is demonstration the programming technique of the multithreading with polling the system state. Published code debugged and ready to use in your projects.
Use Your favorite input method to play on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
The goal of this project is to provide compact embedded systems with Game Input MultipleXer preinstalled. Currently supported platforms: Orangepi Zero, Raspberry Pi 0-3, x86. GIMX is an open source solution that allows using alternative input methods on most of modern gaming consoles like PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Beside the software it requires to assemble DIY adapter from off the shelf parts to emulate original controllers and translate the input from serial port. Little or even no soldering required. With minimal knowledge one can build an advanced standalone alternative to comercial input mulitplexers for approximately 30$ at home. Complied GIMX binares can be found here: https://gimx.fr/wiki/index.php?title=Installation Project source code is availabe in Matlo's GitHub: https://github.com/matlo/GIMX