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Digi Custom Design for Embedded Hardware and Software Development

This paper discusses the challenges of using modern development platforms for embedded device development and how Digi Custom Design can simplify the development process.

The challenges of embedded device development have grown over the last few decades. In the past, it was typical to use 8- or 16-bit microcontrollers to create the functionality of an embedded device. These systems typically were programmed in Assembly and C, and used either no embedded operating system, or a simple event scheduler developed in-house. At some point these designs must be replaced by the next generation. This replacement creates some new problems, as the development organization needs to adapt to new requirements.

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This paper discusses the challenges of using modern development platforms for embedded device development and how Digi Custom Design can simplify the development process.

The challenges of embedded device development have grown over the last few decades. In the past, it was typical to use 8- or 16-bit microcontrollers to create the functionality of an embedded device. These systems typically were programmed in Assembly and C, and used either no embedded operating system, or a simple event scheduler developed in-house. At some point these designs must be replaced by the next generation. This replacement creates some new problems, as the development organization needs to adapt to new requirements.

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