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SEMINAR Embedded System

SEMINAR Embedded System

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Published by: Mahendra2012 on Jan 15, 2010
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CONTENTS
Introduction
History
Applications of Embedded System
Embedded Operating System andInterfaces
Typical Embedded System Constraints
Conclusion
References
 
E MBEDDEDSYSTEM
Picture of the internals of aNetgear ADSLmodem/router. A modern example of an embedded system. Labeled parts includemicroprocessor(4),RAM(6) &flash memory(7).
 
INTRODUCTION:
An
Embedded System
is a special-purposecomputersystemdesigned to perform one or a few dedicated functions, often withreal-time computingconstraints.It is usually embedded as part of a complete device includinghardware and mechanical parts. In contrast, a general-purposecomputer, such as apersonal computer, can do many different tasksdepending on programming. Embedded systems control many of thecommon devices in use today.A computer (CPU) without conventional keyboard/screeninterface. Frequently the embedded system interfaces with the worldthrough sensors and actuators.Complexity varies from low, with a singlemicrocontrollerchip, tovery high with multiple units.A specialized computer system that is part of a largersystemormachine.Typically, an embedded system is housed on a singlemicroprocessor boardwith theprogramsstored inROM. Virtually all appliances that have adigital interface-- watches,microwaves, VCRs, cars -- utilize embedded systems. Eg. Mobile phones,digital watches,MP3 players,microwave oven, washing machines, toys,trains, planes, automobiles, space vehicles, robots, cameras, even inhome appliances and many more to name

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