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Electronic Circuit Designing: Multitasking with Circuits (Part 4)

Step: 8) Find reusable modules from the circuit diagram   Whenever we do hardware designing, the first rule is to make it in modules that can be reusable. The modules that we make for this particular project may come useful in another project and hence reduce the development time for that project. Even if a …

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Multitasking on Raspberry Pi using Execve and Fork Commands

The advantage of having an Operating System running on a microcontroller board other than simple embedded c code is Multitasking. The Raspberrypi is a microcontroller board which is powerful enough to run large operating systems like Linux, Mac and Windows. The Raspberrypi is a microcontroller board which runs on a SoC chip from the Broadcom …

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Multitasking on Raspberry Pi using Single C Code

The Raspberry pi is a device which uses the Broadcom controller chip which is a SoC (System on Chip). This SoC has the powerful ARM11 processor which runs on 700 MHz at its core. This powerful processor and the controller having the peripherals like timers, interrupt controller, GPIO, PCM / I2S, DMA controller, I2C, SPI …

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