AMOS related info

AMOS technical documentation, addons and drivers descriptions

AMOS – Data Storage

»Posted on 1. Jul 2013

AMOS – Data Storage

 

AMOS always contains a number of modules, each enabling specific features in the system. Beside these modules, AMOS executes also various system and user specific applications. Modules and applications need to store constants and configuration data. These constants and configuration data are organized and handled by AMOS data storage definitions and algorithms.

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AMOS – Storage Add-On

»Posted on 28. Jun 2013

AMOS – Storage Add-On

 

 

AMOS-STG is an optional add-on module for adding storage capability to AMOS. It supports storing of any system or application data into non-volatile memories like FLASH, EEPROM or SD-card devices.

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AMOS – ADC Add-on

»Posted on 16. Jun 2013

AMOS – ADC Add-on

 

 

AMOS-ADC is an optional add-on module for adding Analog-to-Digital Convertion capability to AMOS. It covers basic and higher level functionalities of analog to digital conversion for any of the AMOS system parts and supports the usage of the internal ADC from the µController, as well as external connected ADC devices via SPI-bus.

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AMOS – ComLink Service

»Posted on 12. Jun 2013

AMOS – ComLink Service

 

Started with communication needs inside the firmware, over local inter-module communications, up to the point where data is exchanged with a database in the network, a new concept was needed to handle all these scenarios seamless.

AMOS – ComLink is the answer to this need and realizes the best achievable system performance from communication point of view.

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Hardware Quick-Start Guide

»Posted on 7. Jun 2013

Hardware Quick-Start Guide

 

 

In this post the user will be taken through the steps how to connect a hardware containing AMOS as its operating system like a PDS module to a PC and how to start communicating with the hardware using a terminal program.

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ANSARI’s Micro Operating System

»Posted on 11. Jan 2013

ANSARI’s Micro Operating System

 

AMOS is a multitasking real-time operating system with optimized communication capabilities within its kernel. It supports up to 16 different communication channels and up to 96 user and system tasks to operate simultaneously and needs a very small footprint (less than 50 kByte of system code and only 2 kByte of SRAM). The reminding Flash and RAM areas can be used by user applications.

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