FreeRTOS: Programming for Real Time Operating Systems Training Course

Course Code

freertos

Duration

7 hours (usually 1 day including breaks)

Requirements

  • Familiarity with embedded systems
  • Basic experience with C programming

Audience

  • Engineers
  • Engineering students
  • Anyone interested in learning FreeRTOS
  • Anyone interested in embedded systems

Overview

FreeRTOS is a cross platform real-time operating system (RTOS) kernel for embedded devices such as microcontrollers and small microprocessors.

In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to code using FreeRTOS as they step through the development of a simple RTOS project using a microcontroller.

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the basic concepts of real-time operating systems.
  • Learn the environment of FreeRTOS.
  • Learn how to code with FreeRTOS.
  • Interface a FreeRTOS application to hardware peripherals.

Format of the course

  • Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice

Note

  • Participants are expected to provide their own hardware for this course (any STM32 board).

Course Outline

Introduction

Understanding Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS)

Learning the Concept of Multitasking in Embedded Systems

Overview of the FreeRTOS Kernel

Overview of the STM32 MCU Board

Setting Up the Development Environment

  • Downloading and Installing All Required Software
  • Setting Up the STM32 Firmware and Hardware

Understanding Task Management in RTOS

  • Understanding Stack Memory and Task Stack Size
  • Creating Your First Tasks
  • Using Task Parameters
  • Implementing Task Priorities
  • Exploring Task States
  • Implementing Delays
  • Using the Idle Task Hook
  • Deleting Tasks

Communicating Between Tasks

  • Managing Queues
    • Overview of Queues
    • Using a Queue
  • Managing Interrupts (Semaphores)
    • Overview of Interrupts and Semaphores
    • Writing an Interrupt Handler on FreeRTOS
    • Using Semaphores to Synchronize Tasks with Interrupts
    • Queuing within an Interrupt Service Routine

Managing Resources

  • Using Mutexes
  • Using Binary Semaphores
  • Using Counting Semaphores

Managing Memory and Time

Learning the Internals of FreeRTOS    

  • Debugging and Performance Tools
  • Kernel Internals

Creating a Blinking Board Using FreeRTOS

  • Learning the GPIO pins on STM32
  • Using Tasks to Blink an On-Board LED
  • Turning the LED On/Off Using Queueing
  • Turning the LED On/Off Using Interrupts

Troubleshooting

Closing Remarks

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