Posted on Sunday, October 9th, 2011 in code, software by the machinegeek

If you’re into using an RTOS with your MCU board, you might want to check out NuttX. NuttX RTOS is a real time embedded operating system for 8-bit to 32-bit MCUs. Its goals are to achieve a high degree of standards compliance (POSIX and ANSI) while maintaining a small footprint. It’s compatible with various MCU boards from a number of manufacturers including Atmel, Freescale, Renesas and Microchip.

NuttX is open source under the BSD license. You can find all the details and documentation about this RTOS at the NuttX Sourceforge page.

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3 Responses to “NuttX RTOS”

  1. Brian says:

    Looks pretty nifty to me.

  2. Krzysiek says:

    Yes, I’m playing around with it for a while and I’m ipressed :)

  3. 7 says:

    this is good! i might try this in my next project! thanks for the post

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