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anyone play this? contiki for x86? anyone??
Post 17 Feb 2010, 10:35
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Contiki is designed for microcontrollers with small amounts of memory. A typical Contiki configuration is 2 kilobytes of RAM and 40 kilobytes of ROM.
However, most microcontrollers, in my experience, have less than 2 kilobytes of RAM, so that an external chip would be required to operate Contiki successfully, thus raising costs, and energy utilization. The modern trend, if I am not in error, is to emphasize "nano" controllers, with very low power requirements, thus minimizing the need for additional chips, and then necessitating an operating system which is rather less robust than Contiki.
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