Tag Archives: ARM

Industrial Beaglebone Black anyone?

Is it really possible to use the Beaglebone Black in industrial embedded projects? or it is just a maker/hobbyist platform? I have been searching for an industrial version of the Beaglebone Black in order to leverage the great know-how and … Continue reading

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ARM unaligned data access and floating point in Linux

I was recently getting Data Aborts on an ARM11 program that makes intensive use on unaligned data accesses. The issue was caused by unaligned floating point accesses, which were not handled by the Linux kernel. Some background on the problem … Continue reading

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Embedded Linux and ARM

Linux usage is growing enormously in embedded systems, thanks to its stability, being open source, the availability of drivers for a huge amount of hardware peripherals and its support for many networking protocols and filesystems. However, Linux exhibits some drawbacks … Continue reading

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EW2010

Embedded World 2010 in Nuremberg was a great exhibition and conference. The trendy topics this year seemed to be Android and energy-efficient computing, with a myriad of vendors selling low-power embedded solutions. There were as well plenty of ARM related … Continue reading

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