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Akalon Embedded OS (RTOS)

Embedded Real-Time Operating System (RTOS)

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Description

Akalon is a Bare-Bones Embedded RTOS that's designed to be simple and portable to any Microprocessor or System (Board). Currently supports the Intel and ARM Architectures.

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Features

  • Priority based Pre-Emptive Multitasking
  • Inter Process Communications (Semaphores, Messaging)
  • Timers
  • Interrupt Handling and the ability to use IPC facilities inside an ISR
  • A Command Line Interface (CLI) that can call almost any C function
  • Simple and Flexible Micro-Kernel Design
  • Designed to be easily ported to any Microprocessor or System (Board)
  • Written in C (and some assembler) and well commented source
  • Built with Open Source Tools
  • Very Small Footprint (<20 KB)
  • Supports a standard PC as an Embedded System (Protected Mode)

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

Assembly, C

Registered

2011-12-24

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