Silicon Laboratories, Inc. (Silicon Labs) is worldwide fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Austin, Texas, United States, that develops silicon, software and tools for the Internet of Things (IoT), Internet infrastructure, industrial automation, consumer and automotive markets. Its products include microcontrollers (MCUs), wireless SoCs, timing devices, low-power sensors, and broadcast solutions. The company’s software stack solutions include firmware libraries, protocol-based software, and the Simplicity Studio development platform.

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  • When it comes to mesh networking wireless connectivity, one size does not fit all. Bluetooth, Thread, and Zigbee protocols each present unique advantages depending on the use case, and it’s important to understand how they perform in the key areas of power consumption, throughput, and scalability. The inner workings of these mesh networking technologies goes beyond a list of key features and Sili...

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  • In our last few episodes, we explored the various kernel services that Micrium OS provides to your application that allow interaction between tasks. In this final episode in this series, we’ll look at services that enable tasks to send and receive practically any sort of data for any purpose. To learn more about Micrium OS, go to: https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/micri...

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  • In this webinar, Lars Lydersen, senior director of product security at Silicon Labs, delves into the historical data of how adversary capability has evolved, and discusses how these can be extrapolated into the future. This understanding gives a necessary background to evaluate what security functionality is necessary in an IoT design. Even with advanced security functionality, there will always ...

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  • Previously, we covered the first three out of the four resource protection mechanisms supported by Micrium OS. In this episode, we examine the fourth method: mutual exclusion semaphores, also known as mutexes. To learn more about Micrium OS, go to: https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/software/micrium-os To study up about kernel programming, go to: https://doc.micrium.com/display/OS...

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  • In this episode, we're continuing our discussion of services in Micrium OS that enable task interaction. The particular form of interaction that we're going to consider now is resource sharing and protecting shared resources. There are four different approaches, or techniques, for protecting shared resources in Micrium OS. They are: disabling and enabling interrupts; locking and unlocking the ...

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  • In our last episode, we discussed task synchronization, and here we’ll examine this topic in more detail with semaphores. A semaphore is a versatile kernel object that you can use to synchronize the tasks in your application. We'll cover posting and pending semaphores, and how to use them in Micrium OS. To learn more about Micrium OS, go to: https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/softw...

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  • This episode fills in some of the gaps left by our previous episodes. And it will help you prepare to truly leverage the multi-tasking capabilities that kernels provide. We'll start getting into the kernel services that Micrium OS provides to your application that allow tasks to interact with each other. To learn more about Micrium OS, go to: https://www.silabs.com/products/development-tools/soft...

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  • Up until now, we’ve considered interrupts mainly at a high level. But in this episode, we’ll get into the details of how Micrium OS handles interrupts. To learn more about Micrium OS, go to: To study up about kernel programming, go to: https://doc.micrium.com/display/OSUM50200/Kernel Backed by more than 20 years of embedded software development, Micrium OS includes an RTOS kernel, communicati...

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