Zephyr Project

Document created by edk Employee on May 9, 2016Last modified by Diana Torres on Apr 18, 2017
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The Zephyr Project is small, scalable microcontroller RTOS focused on security and connectivity. Unlike other RTOSes, the Zephyr Project is a collaborative, open-source project hosted by the Linux Foundation and benefits from a permissive Apache 2.0 license. NXP is a founding Platinum member of the project.

This demo showcases Zephyr running on a FRDM-K64F board in a small footprint nanokernel-only configuration. The application uses a nanokernel timer to sample the FXOS8700CQ accelerometer at a periodic interval and print the result to the UART console. The memory footprint of the application and the kernel combined is just over 10 KB flash and 4 KB RAM.

 

Demo / Product Features

  • Small, scalable MCU RTOS
  • Open source project hosted by the Linux Foundation
  • Supported by FRDM-K64F

 

NXP recommends the following links for additional information

 

 

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