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Re: Feb 22 - Day 5 - Microcontrollers & System Considerations
BillGiovino   2/22/2013 3:05:27 PM
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I've working in this company about 2 years. I've done to many different tasks, so I have not much expirience on developing new products. Now we're development a new mother board for all the products we sell... We´re using a S3C2440 microcontroller and WINCE 6.0 as operative system.

I think we can use a better resources (micro and OS) but I don't know what kind micro and OS can I suggest.... Any ideas of where can I start looking at to see if there are better resources we can use? I mean what kind of micro and operative system could be a better from the ones we're using now?

Interesting. If you are using WinCE, you definitely need a 32-bit, which you are using with the S3C2440. Make sure you are maxed out in your memory. Are tou having performance problems with that board? is the UI lagging? You would probably be better served with a main 32-bit and a 16-bit to do the user interface.



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