Embedded Systems Design, June 2009
VOL. 22 NO. 6
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Writing software drivers for analog to digital converters
by Mark Thoren and Leo Chen
The ADC data sheet often shows the sequence of events required to create the "pseudocode" in a software driver and can translate directly into C.
Reduce RTOS latency in interrupt-intensive apps
by Nick Lethaby
Here is a way to bypass the RTOS in latency-sensitive interrupt situations.
Why all the math?
by Jack W. Crenshaw
The company who can get the same algorithms working in their own software, royalty-free, are going to be able to sell their product at a lower cost, and thereby eat your lunch.
As the world turns: recession and engineering
by Jack Ganssle
There will always be artists and there will always be engineers. In troubling times, passion counts more than ever.
Be a part of our embedded community
by Richard Nass
Being part of our embedded community gives you a say in shaping the future of our industry.