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  • P-RTOS24 Real Time Operating System for 16 bit PIC® series MPUs.



    P-RTOS24 is a Real Time Operating System provides a multitasking environment for the Microchip® 16 bit PIC® 24/33 series MPUs and Proton Development Suite PIC Basic.

    Multitasking offers an alternative approach to application writing where an application is divided into a number of smaller well defined functions or tasks which can communicate with each other and which are managed by a central scheduler.

    P-RTOS24 adds some 40 plus commands and functions to the PDS Basic Language which provide all the essential functionality of a co-operative multitasking environment.

    Written in Proton24 Basic the source is well documented and open for users to amend or extend as they see fit.

    P-RTOS24 has evolved from the original P-RTOS developed for the PIC® 18 Series of 8 bit MPUs. The software was written by John Barrat with contributions from Les Johnson.

    The software comes with a demonstration program which can be run in simulation in ISIS.



    Whats is in the package...

    PRTO24_Demo.bas ----A program that demonstrates many of the aspects of the RTOS
    PRTOS24Main.inc -----The P-RTOS24 Real Time Operating System source code
    PRTOSErrors.inc -----A list of error codes which the OS can raise under certain error conditions.
    Buffer_Tx1_Rx1_24.inc-----Source Code to provide buffer serial I/O for USART1
    P-RTOS24.chm -----Manual in the form of a help file.
    RTOS Test Rig-24FJ32GA102.pdf-----Circuit diagram of the test setup.
    RTOS Test-Rig-24FJ32GA102.pdsprj ------Proteus project file for test setup. For Proteus 8 Professional



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