Well Im more like at early stage than a beginner to free RTOS.. & out from no where and without any kinda of helping material I hv got an assignment from my tutor to perform the following.
The complete scenario is as follows:
Microcontroller to be used: PIC 18F452.
Software Development IDE : MPLAB from Microchip
Hardware Software Simulator: Proteus Simulator
Compiler: Microchip C18 Lite Compiler
Application Description is as follows:
A task called mytask1 is receiving data from the PORTA through port change
interrupt using credit tracking synchronization and sends average of last four
samples to mytask2. mytask2 will receive this sample and send it to PORTB
which has LEDs connected to it. There are other three tasks namely mytask3,
mytask4 and maytask5 which need mutually exclusive access to PORTD. The
function of mytask3 is to send 0x00 to PORTD every 100 mili-seconds, mytask4
is to send 0x0F to PORTD every 500 mili seconds and my_task5 is to send 0xFF
every 1000 mili seconds. During implementation use timing services provided by
the RTOS whenever applicable and don’t use your own delay routines.
Seriously I dont want you people to do it for me, but I dont know anytthing about it, I just want you people me drive me through.. I will be very grateful.. :-)
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Note that the PIC18 is not a good target for a pre-emptive RTOS and has not been maintained in a long time.
The tasks that are writing to port D periodically could use software timers http://www.freertos.org/RTOS-software-timer.html and simple critical sections for mutual exclusion (taskENTERCRITICAL() before accessing the port, then taskEXITCRITICAL() after accessing the port).
A direct to task notification with the eSetValueWithOverwite action would be a quick way of sending a value from an interrupt to a task http://www.freertos.org/xTaskNotifyFromISR.html
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