How to Use Real-Time Multitasking Kernels In Embedded Systems

Not all real-time systems gain from using a real-time kernel. Consider a real-time system comprised of three motors and three switches. The switches have two positions, ON and OFF. The switches must be scanned at about 10 times per second, and the motors turned on or off as appropriate.

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