Build Your Own RealTime OS (RTOS) From Ground Up™ on ARM 1
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Build Your Own RealTime OS (RTOS) From Ground Up™ on ARM 1

Build Your Own RealTime Operating Systems from first principles . Practice on STM32 and TIVA C boards
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Created by Israel Gbati
Last updated 4/2020
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What you'll learn
  • Build a Real-Time Operating System from Scratch
  • Build Round-Robin Schedulers
  • Build Cooperative Schedulers
  • Build Periodic Schedulers
  • Build First Come First Served Scheduler
  • Build Rate Monotonic Schedulers
  • Build a board support package from scratch
  • Calculate the CPU Utilization of an RTOS
  • Write Bare-Metal Embedded-C Code
  • Write Assembly code
  • Understand the OS Support Features of the Cortex-M Architecture
  • Understand the Internals of an RTOS Kernel
  • Be Implement to implement and explain popular scheduling algorithms
  • Be able to explain the Cortex-M Architecture
  • Be able to give a lecture on Real-Time Operating Systems
Requirements
  • Having basic C programming skills is a plus
Description

This course teaches you how to build a Real-Time Operating Systems through intensive practice and theory. It starts by getting you excited through an introduction to the internals of a Real-Time Kernel on ARM Processors, which you shall implement yourself in code.Then we move on to learn all there  is about Real-Time Operating Systems, their various parts, how they work and then we finally build our own Real-Time Operating System exploring different scheduling algorithms and Inter-Thread communication tools. 

At the end of this course you should be able to build your own Real-Time Operating System from scratch, give your own lecture on Real-Time Operating Systems, be able to build a Round-Robin Scheduler, be able to build a Periodic Scheduler, be able to calculate the CPU utilization of your RTOS, be able to build an OS Kernel etc. Please see the course curriculum section to find out all the amazing content awaiting you. 

Who this course is for:
  • Embedded Systems Engineers
  • Engineers in general
  • Embedded System students
  • Computer Engineering students
  • Hobbyists
Course content
Expand all 159 lectures 13:50:11
+ Introduction
5 lectures 05:29
Overview of the STM32F4-DISCOVERY Board
01:15
Overview of the TM4C123 Tiva C LaunchPad
01:12
Overview of the STM32F4- NUCLEO Board
01:00
Other components
00:51
+ Internals of A Real-Time Kernel on ARM Processors
12 lectures 01:17:35
Tool chain and IDE setup
00:10
Introduction
01:41
Coding : Setting Up the Project
05:15
Coding : Analyzing the Reference Documents
10:29
Coding : Pin configuration
05:59
Coding : Testing pin configuration
00:45
Coding : Adding a Time Base
09:46
Coding : The Blocking Code
08:02
Coding : The Exception Stack Frame
11:06
Coding : The Exception Stack Frame (PART II)
08:54
Coding : Creating the Stack Frames
07:18
Coding : Switching Threads
08:10
+ Introduction to Real-time Operating Systems
2 lectures 03:30
What is an RTOS?
02:30
Performance Metrics of Real Time Operating Systems
01:00
+ Software Flows
3 lectures 05:22
Busy Wait System
01:35
Multi-Threaded Systems (With ISRs)
02:45
Real-Time Systems
01:02
+ Overview of Cortex-M OS Support Features
13 lectures 59:52
Inside the Microcontroller
02:38
Operation Modes
02:44
The Shadow Stack Pointer
02:26
SVC Exceptions
01:53
Coding : Creating SVC Services (PART I)
10:31
Creating SVC Services (PART II)
03:14
Coding : Creating SVC Services (PART III)
07:34
Creating SVC Services (PART IV)
03:29
Coding : Creating SVC Services (PART V)
05:37
Coding : Creating SVC Services (PART VI)
08:03
PendSV Exceptions
06:23
Exclusive access instructions
03:50
The SysTick
01:30
+ BOOT Sequence
2 lectures 06:22
Cortex-M Boot Sequence PART I
01:09
Cortex-M Boot Sequence PRT II
05:13
+ Introduction to Threads
2 lectures 05:44
The Thread
02:21
Classification of Threads
03:23
+ Thread Control Block (TCB)
2 lectures 06:34
Features of the Thread Control Bock
02:20
Implementing a Thread Control Block
04:14
+ The Scheduler and Scheduling Algorithms
14 lectures 51:15
The Scheduler
02:46
Process vs. Thread
02:44
Classification of Schedulers
01:58
Preemption
01:24
Scheduler Criteria
01:19
Scheduling Algorithm Optimization
02:01
Overview of Popular Scheduling Algorithms
01:03
First Come First Served (FCFS) Scheduler
07:18
Round Robin (RR) Scheduler
08:45
Round Robin (RR) Scheduler (PART II)
04:53
Quanta
04:24
Weighted Round Robin (WRR) Scheduler
04:12
Internals of the Round Robin Scheduler
06:24