Creating Real-Time operation System Based on xPC Target Kernel
Abdullah A. Mohamed1, Dia M. Ali2
1Abdullah A. Mohamed, Department of Communications, Mosul University, College of Electronics Engineering, Mosul, Iraq.
2Dia M. Ali, Department of Communications, Mosul University, College of Electronics Engineering, Mosul, Iraq.
Manuscript received on 21 September 2013 | Revised Manuscript received on 28 September 2013 | Manuscript published on 30 September 2013 | PP: 143-146 | Volume-2 Issue-4, September 2013 | Retrieval Number: D0819092413/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: Real-Time system is the base for many applications today. Whatever the designed system is a high accuracy and flexibly, it still not efficient unless be a real-time with the overall system. In this paper a real-time Operation System (OS) is created based on xPC Target Kernel. xPC gives the ability to convert a designed model to a real-time OS. Two models are built, Target-Host transmission using UDP and Spectrum Analyzer, and implemented separately on the created OS. The first model to test the ability of the created OS when dealing with network systems, the second to test the ability of dealing with High Speed Systems and Analyzing units. There result shows that the created OS is very efficient and give short average Task Execution Time (TET) equal to (0.636 micro sec) for the first model and (0.3117 micro sec) for the second model and it shows that it can easily communicate with other systems.
Keywords: Personal Computer (PC), Task Execution Time (TET), Snapshot from Simulink Matlab R2010 (SSMR10).
Scope of the Article: Personal and Wearable Networks