Propeller’s microcontroller is made to perform various tasks at the same time, without being interrupted or dictated by the operating system. Every one of Propeller’s eight symmetrical cores can gain access to all of its 32 I/O pins, as well as other types of shared resources. Every core also contains its own memory, and a set of configurable hardware for releasing, making, and re-creating software defined peripherals, as it is required. Propeller’s multicore microcontroller can be used wherever there are different sensors, user Interface systems, and output devices. These devices include video displays, and motors which should be managed at the same time.
Propeller’s nimble design can easily be adapted to different uses. It frees the developer for having to re-learn an endless stream of IC variations. So application development with Propeller can lessen the cycle time of design-to-production, and parts counts. The Propeller’s design files are released under the open-source GPL v3 license. This lets students and developers simulate microcontrollers on an FGPA or a computer, to perform advanced qualifications and application debugging. This license can allow unoriginal works, so anyone will be able to use the Propeller microcontroller as a base for development, research, or any type of experimentation.
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