More than 10 years ago, we go against the odd, took the courage and challenge to develop Renesas’s RX (Xtreme) microcontroller when everyone is licensing arm core. We have celebrated our 10th anniversary last year and today, we are also proud to have achieved another significant milestone to hit an accumulated 1B units’ shipment for RX.
Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is the method of choice for high precision time distribution via Ethernet link. Modern system on chip (SoC) solutions are providing hardware-assisted virtualization, to allow execution of multiple operation systems (OS). In such scenarios, the precise time may need to be distributed to many guest OS. We show solutions for PTP time distribution to virtualized OS with the help of HW-assisted virtualization (Renesas R-Switch2) to solve such challenges quickly.
In the third entry of this series, we will analyze the factors which limit the range of detection of an automotive radar and how they relate to the performance of the RF IC.