Operating Systems Interfacing

On completion the learner will have implemented a number of programmed solutions utilising services and interfaces to an operating system.

Accordion / FAQ component

Over 50% average grade at level 7 in Electronic Engineering or related discipline. Applicants with other qualifications and/or with relevant industrial experience will also be considered.

On completion of this module the learner will/should be able to;

 
1.Demonstrate an understanding of dynamic memory services provided by real time operating systems and the motivation behind them.
 
2.Demonstrate an understanding of the functions and services offered by the uniform driver API.
 
3.Evaluate the main considerations of a device driver design when analysing specific, prescribed interfacing problems.
 
4.Identify tools and techniques which can aid testing, debugging and updating the functionality and performance of a device driver implementation.
 
5.Design, implement and test working solutions to a variety of prescribed device driver problems.

 

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Previous modules may be used as recognition of prior learning towards Advance Centre degree programmes.

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Operating Systems Interfacing

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