The Real-Time Library includes:
The RealView Real-Time Library is designed to solve several common challenges for embedded developers including:
Multitasking (which allows you to manage several jobs or tasks on a single CPU).
Real-Time Control (which allows you to configure tasks so that operations execute within a defined period of time).
Inter-Task Communication (which allows tasks in your system to communicate with each other).
Internet Connection via Ethernet or Serial (Modem).
Embedded Web Server including CGI scripting.
E-mail Notification via SMTP.
addition, the RealView Real-Time Library includes several drivers that
interface the RTX Real-Time Kernel to various communication interfaces:
- CAN Interface
CAN Interface Hardware Layer Drivers are available for STMicroelectronics STR71x, STR73x, STR75x, and STR91x devices.
- USB Device Interface
A USB Device Interface for standard Windows device classes is available for Philips LPC2000 devices.
it is possible to implement an embedded program without using a
real-time kernel, a proven kernel like RL-ARM saves time and makes
software development easier.
- The RealView MDK-ARM includes the RTX Real-Time Kernel but not the RTX Real-Time Kernel
Source Code, Flash File System, TCP/IP Protocol Suite, or USB/CAN