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Articles in FreeRTOS Development category

  • Why Write Another MQTT Library?
    Libraries capture a set of decisions about how the world should work. If you're lucky, the model in the library is a suitable match for your needs and constraints. If you're not lucky, you either end up with something that's wasteful, or requires changes, or you must search for a different library that's a better […]
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  • Using Visual Studio Code for FreeRTOS development
    Visual Studio Code has become a very popular code editor. You may be using it for development tasks already, but perhaps not yet for embedded development work. Or perhaps you are using it for embedded development work as you prefer the editing environment over your existing embedded development tools, but you haven’t been able to […]
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  • Developing LoRaWAN Applications with FreeRTOS
    We are excited to introduce the LoRaWAN - FreeRTOS Labs Project, a reference implementation of LoRaWAN connectivity with FreeRTOS. This project is meant to demonstrate how FreeRTOS can simplify the development of IoT applications using LoRa technology. LoRa is a long range and low-power wireless technology operating in the unlicensed spectrum. It is designed for […]
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  • Introducing the FreeRTOS Cellular Library
    We are happy to introduce a preview of a new FreeRTOS library designed to simplify the development of IoT applications that connect to the cloud using cellular LTE-M technology. LTE-M, also known as Cat-M1, is a low-cost LPWAN technology developed by 3GPP as part of Release 13 of the LTE standard, a component of the […]
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  • micro-ROS on FreeRTOS
    Authors: Francesca Finocchiaro (eProsima), Pablo Garrido-Sanchez (eProsima), José Antonio Moral Parras (eProsima) Introduction The Robot Operating System (ROS) is an open source software framework for robotics applications development. ROS 2 is the second generation of ROS, designed with a layered architecture that separates the ROS client layers (RCL and RCLCPP/RCLCPY) from the ROS middleware layer […]
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