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These blog posts concern the integration of hardware and software, such as writing device drivers for specific types of peripheral chips.

How to Reduce Power Consumption by Writing Better Software

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Whether you are creating an operating system, firmware, or even device drivers, the way you write the software could affect the power consumption of the resulting product. Here are four approaches to minimizing power consumption through software.

A Framework for Safe Motion Control Firmware

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An object-oriented framework can be used to create safe, testable and tunable motion control systems.

How to Secure Consumable Components of Medical Devices and Other Embedded Systems

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A number of embedded systems, such as medical devices and printers, feature replaceable components designed to be installed new, consumed through one or more cycles of product use, and ultimately disposed. This article describes the security challenges associated with the design of such consumable components as well as practical solutions.

How to Minimize Interrupt Service Routine (ISR) Overhead

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With all the automation available today, it's easy for programmers to overlook costly overhead introduced into machine code by the compiler. Interrupt handlers are one key area worthy of a closer inspection.

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