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Encyclopedia > Embedded processor

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BYTE.com (2479 words)
Embedded programmable microprocessors are in consumer-electronics devices, kitchen appliances, automobiles, networking equipment, and industrial control systems in one form or another -- from 8-bit microcontrollers to 32-bit digital signal processors (DSPs) and 64-bit RISC chips.
Embedded systems are increasingly based on networks of distributed microprocessors that run many off-the-shelf OSes and communicate throug h wired and wireless buses, LANs, and WANs.
An embedded system is one that is preprogrammed to perform a dedicated or narrow range of functions as part of a larger system, usually with minimal end-user or operator intervention.
CNN.com - Technology - Embedded processors head for the desktop - October 10, 2000 (871 words)
Embedded processors are generally designed for a specific implementation, such as controlling an automobile's anti-lock brake system.
The embedded processor in the television itself is routinely expected to display graphics on the screen, support complex surround-sound audio schemes, and still bring 150 satellite channels to you with crystal clarity.
Embedded processor development usually requires the creation of an emulator in which the code is run, with output displayed in the development environment or on a logic probe.
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