Developing Embedded Systems with Asymmetric Multicore System on Chip (in Brazilian Portuguese)
Note: The webinar was held in Brazilian Portuguese.
English subtitles have been added to this video for your convenience.
Asymmetric/Heterogeneous multicore systems are redefining embedded systems today. The asymmetric multicore processors provide an effective solution wherein a core may run an operating system such as Linux (with its various advantages of using the pre-existing resources already inbuilt in it), while the other core enables the implementation of real-time control by a RTOS like MQX, FreeRTOS or eCOS.
During the course of this webinar video, participants will have an overview of how the programming and implementation of asymmetric/heterogeneous multicore approach is held on the VF61 SoC (ARM® Cortex®-A5 + ARM® Cortex®-M4) family of NXP®/Freescale VybridTM processors. The following demos will be developed using a VF61 Colibri Computer on Module (CoM):
- Compiling and running a "Blink led" program on Linux (Cortex-A5)
- Compiling and running a "Blink led" program on the firmware (Cortex-M4)
- Modifying applications in order to build communication between the A5 and M4 cores
- Example of communication between the A5 and M4 cores using the NXP®/Freescale MCC Library
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