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A Real-Time Operating System for the Arduino
Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2019)

A Real-Time Operating System for the Arduino

By Joe Jaworski    View In Digital Edition  


An RTOS (Real Time Operating System) is a software component that lets you rapidly switch between different running sections of your code. Think of it as having several loop() functions in an Arduino sketch where they all run at the same time.

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