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Windows CE is an embedded windows.
This is provided by Microsoft.
Windows mobile is customized version of Windows CE.

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Windows CE

  1. 1. BITS Pilani Hyderabad Campus Windows CE (Embedded Operating System) Mayank Garg 2013H140040H Embedded System BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus
  2. 2. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Introduction  Minimum Footprint  Supporting Windows CE  Top Level Features  Other Features  Different State of Tasks  Scheduling Algorithm supported by Windows CE  Customized Scheduling Algorithms  Flexibility to Add New Features  Hardware Interrupt Support  Industries Using Windows CE  New Features Added in Windows Ce 7.0  New Features Added in Windows Ce 8.0  Coding Examples  Windows Mobile and Embedded Windows  Conclusion  References Mayank Garg Slide 2 CONTENTS:
  3. 3. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  A version of the Windows operating system designed for small devices such as PDAs or Handheld PCs (Embedded Devices). The Windows CE graphical user interface (GUI) is very similar to Windows 95.  First Release was in 1985 by Microsoft.  Latest Version is Windows CE 8.0 Introduction: Mayank Garg Slide 3
  4. 4. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Minimum Footprint:  4 MB ROM, 2 MB RAM, MIPS 300 Architecture  1 MB Ram can also be sufficient in some case.  Some version of Windows CE is supported by some specific platform with some new feature. Like: Windows CE 3.0 is only available for ARM CPUs. As new feature the Bluetooth support was introduced. Mayank Garg Slide 4 Minimum Footprint:
  5. 5. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus -32-bit operating system  ARM/StrongARM  X86  SH3  PowerPC  Pentium  Motorola  MIPS 39xx and 4xxx Mayank Garg Slide 5 Supporting Windows CE:
  6. 6. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Visually Rich: Deliver immersive experiences through multi-gesture touch interfaces and context-aware applications that are eye-catching and intuitive. Easy To develop: Deploy device peripherals that are plug-n- play, update peripherals more easily, and decrease support costs through streamlined integration with an open device driver architecture based on industry standards. Mayank Garg Slide 6 Top Level Features:
  7. 7. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Targeted and consistent: Provide a consistent user experience with advanced lockdown features; the full Windows platform provides a consistent and predictable development experience, and a high degree of application compatibility. Secure and Reliable: Protect the integrity of the device by securing and encrypting hardware, supporting a range of antimalware solutions, and ensuring the device restarts and acts the same way every time. Mayank Garg Slide 7 Top Level Features (cont…)
  8. 8. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Direct Access without VPN in private N/w.  Branch Cache  AppLocker  Enterprise Sideloading Mayank Garg Slide 8 Other features:
  9. 9. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Ready  Running  Suspended  Waiting Trace.STATistic.TASKState Display task state statistic Trace.Chart.TASKState Display task state time chart Trace.List List.TASK FUNC Display function nesting Trace.STATistic.TASKFunc Display function runtime statistic Trace.STATistic.TASKTREE Display functions as call tree Trace.Chart.TASKFunc Display function time chart The breakpoints to the thread status words are set by the TASK.TASKState command. Mayank Garg Slide 9 Different State of Tasks:
  10. 10. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Real Time deterministic task scheduling.  Priority Based  Priority Inversion scheduling  RM scheduling  Guaranteed upper bounds on (high-priority thread scheduling/delay in scheduling high-priority interrupt service routines)  RR scheduling can also work Mayank Garg Slide 10 Scheduling Algorithms supported by Windows CE:
  11. 11. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Can choose pre-emptable or non pre-emptable.  Increased number of thread priority levels from 8 to 256.  More control over times and scheduling. Applications can control the amount of time provided to each thread and manipulate the scheduler to their advantage. Timer accuracy is now one millisecond for Sleep- and Wait-related application programming interfaces (APIs).  Improved method for handling priority inversion.  Full support for nested interrupts.  Reduced ISR and interrupt service thread (IST) latencies. Mayank Garg Slide 11 Customized scheduling Algo’s:
  12. 12. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Windows CE is a highly customizable operating system. OEMs can pick and choose features or add new ones to their devices as per the requirements. For e.g. 1. One Windows CE device can be a handheld with a display and a keyboard and another one can be a headless device without any display or keyboard. 2. Adding support for the .NET Compact Framework, or removing support for the HTTP Web Server – The platform development tool also gives you the ability to add your own custom applications and drivers. In order to customize it you have the option to exclude various resources from it. You can exclude the following from a configuration: Files Shortcuts Registry values File associations Mayank Garg Slide 12 Flexibility to Add New Features:
  13. 13. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus A typical interrupt handling sequence includes the following steps: 1) The hardware raises an interrupt. 2) The kernel looks up the interrupt request (IRQ) of the interrupt, calls the registered ISR, and disables all lower-priority interrupts. 3) The ISR performs any necessary handling, and then returns an interrupt identifier. 4) If the interrupt identifier value returned by the ISR is SYSINTR_NOP, the kernel completes processing without setting an event — all interrupts are enabled — and continues performing any tasks in process before the interrupt occurred.Otherwise, the kernel sets the event you have associated with the interrupt identifier. When the ISR returns, the kernel enables all other interrupts except the one that is being processed. 5) The kernel schedules the IST indicated by the interrupt identifier to run.The IST can use driver resources to get or send data and control codes to the hardware and to acknowledge the hardware interrupt. 6) After completely servicing the interrupt, the IST calls the IntrupptDone function. In turn, InterruptDone calls the OEMIntrupptDone. OAL interface function to perform any hardware actions necessary to enable the next interrupt of the target device. Mayank Garg Slide 13 Hardware Interrupt Support:
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  17. 17. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Retail: Family Doller SIOUX FALLS ARENA CONNECTED RETAIL EXPERIENCE NAKAJIMA Manufacturing: Cloud Network Office Network IT Network I/O Network Mayank Garg Slide 17 Industries using Windows CE:
  18. 18. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Health: GE Healthcare Hannover Medical school South Jersey Healthcare Hillcrest Automotive Apart from these some companies like NI using Windows CE for their development. Mayank Garg Slide 18 Industries using Windows CE: (cont…)
  19. 19. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  Multi-core CPU support (SMP)  Wi-Fi Positioning System  Bluetooth 3.0 + HS support  DLNA(Digital Living Network Alliance)  DRM technology  Media Transfer Protocol  Windows Phone 7 IE with Flash 10.1 support  NDIS 6.1 support  UX C++ XAML API using technologies like Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight for attractive and functional user interfaces  Modernized graphics based on OpenGL ES 2.0  Advanced touch and gesture input  Kernel support for 3 GB physical RAM and supports ARMv7 assembly Mayank Garg Slide 19 New Feature in Windows CE 7.0:
  20. 20. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  DHCPv6 client with stateful/stateless address configuration  L2TP/IPsec over IPv6 for VPN connectivity.  Snapshot boot.  Improved XAML data binding and Expression Blend support.  OOM Model improvements from 7.  HTML help viewer added. Mayank Garg Slide 20 New Features added in Windows CE 8.0
  21. 21. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus How to write a Hello World for the Windows CE Based DNP. Step 1. work on embedded visual c++ 4.0 Step 2. Install service pack 4. Step 3. Install DNP/9200 Step 4. Run eMBEDDED visual C++ 4.0 Mayank Garg Slide 21 Coding Examples:
  22. 22. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus #include “stdafx.h” Int WINPI winmain(HINSTANCE hInstance, HINSTANCE hPrevInstance, LPTSTR lpcmdLine, int ncmdShow) { //place code here Printf(“Hello DNP/9200”); Return 0; } Mayank Garg Slide 22 Code:
  23. 23. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus #include <ncurses.h> #include<stdio.h> #include<signal.h> #include<string.h> #include<“../led_control/led_control.h” Void led_initialize(); Void signal_handler(int sig); Int main() { Led_initialize(); Initscr(); Signal (SIGINT ,(void*) sigint_handler); Printfw(“keyboard read demo”); Printw(“press 1 to to turn on usr0,press 0 to turn off usr0”); Printw(“press ctrl+C to end the program”); Mayank Garg Slide 23 Keyboard Read Program:
  24. 24. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Int keypress; Nodelay(stdscr,TRUE); For(;;) { Keypress = getch(); If (keypress==‘0’) {// 0 was pressed. Turn off LED 0. Led_control(0,0); } If (keypress==‘1’) { //1 was pressed. Turn on LED 0. Led_control(0,1); Sleep(1); Return 0; } Void Signal-handler(int sig) { Endwin(); Exit (sig); } Mayank Garg Slide 24
  25. 25. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus So What is difference between Windows 7/8 and Windows CE??? What is Windows Mobile?? Is it different from Windows CE?? Mayank Garg Slide 25
  26. 26. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Difference between Windows Mobile and Windows CE: Windows Mobile is built on top of Windows CE kernel and subsystems. It is targeted at handheld devices with specific hardware and software features. OEMs are required to following strict guidelines (software and hardware) for developing their devices. Mayank Garg Slide 26
  27. 27. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus I have studied about Windows Ce and Embedded Operating systems. I have analysed that each of these have some specific quality. Like windows CE is providing very good GUI interface along with high level of security and reliability. While each have some limitation also. For using Windows CE, we have to pay, Unlike Linux. Mayank Garg Slide 27 Conclusion:
  28. 28. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus  http://www.operating-system.org/betriebssystem/_english/bs-wince.htm  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_CE  http://www2.lauterbach.com/pdf/rtos_windows_ce.pdf  http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee482789(v=winembedded.60).aspx  http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-23220-6_36#page-1  http://www.ni.com/pdf/products/us/cat_tpc2106T.pdf  Google books Mayank Garg Slide 28 Refrences:
  29. 29. BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus Thanks Link to connect with author: http://www.slideshare.net/MayankGarg25 https://www.linkedin.com/in/gargmayank http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mayank_Garg6/ https://www.facebook.com/mayank17692?ref=hl Copyright © Mayank Garg. All Rights Reserved Mayank Garg Slide 29

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