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Download Keil RealView Microcontroller Development Kit v4.60

Keil RealView Microcontroller Development Kit v4.60
The software development kit RealView Microcontroller Development Kit (MDK ARM) combines the company Keil compiler C / C + + ARM RealView IDE and Keil uVision. This product gives developers a multifunctional development environment optimized to work with a wide range of microcontrollers based on the core ARM. MDK ARM provides device support, based on the ARM7, ARM9, and Cortex M3 manufacturers such as Analog Devices, Atmel, Freescale, Luminary, OKI, NXP, Samsung, Sharp, STMicroelectronics and TI. Using the MDK ARM reduces the design cycle and significantly reduce time-to-market. MDK ARM - the ideal tool for standardized industrial projects with a developed system debugging and support for real-time.
Library RL ARM - RealView RealTime Library
RTX Real Time Kernel - a full-featured real time operating system RTX Keil, which manages the CPU time semaphores (resource allocation), events (for task synchronization), and mailboxes (for communication between tasks). RTX is easily configured using a configuration file.
TCP / IP Networking Suite - a communication module based on the stack TCP / IP, specially adapted for embedded applications. It includes TCP and UDP-sockets, PPP and SLIP interfaces, DNS, Telnet, TFTP, SMTP, webservers and CGI with password protection. The stack works with Ethernet, and serial (modem). Configured examples are designed to work on a few standard demonstration boards.
Flash File System - a system that allows you to save files in Flash, ROM or RAM. This is useful in decisions that require a lot of memory for data storage or systems with internet interfaces, HTTP or FTP.
USB Device Interface - Drivers USB, which allows you to connect standard devices such as HID or Mass Storage.
CAN Interface - in RTX Keil library includes CAN, which provide a powerful and simple interface for different controllers CAN.
Library RL-ARM is designed for typical problems that confront the developer, and allows you to:
manage multiple tasks on one CPU;
control the timing of the task;
communicate and configure the interaction between different programs in the system;
Provide access to the Internet via Ethernet or serial connection (modem);
Implement an integrated web server, which includes CGI-scripts;
Implement E-mail via Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).