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Appendix A: Device Name of Serial Ports ………… 28 Tutorials of Windows CE.NET 4.2
Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET is an open, scalable, 32-bit operating system (OS) that is designed to meet the needs of a broad range of intelligent hardware devices, from enterprise tools such as industrial controllers, communications hubs, and point-of-sale (POS) terminals to consumer products such as cameras, Internet appliances, and interactive televisions. A typical Windows CE–based embedded platform is targeted for a specific used, often runs disconnected from other computers, and requires a small-sized OS that has a bundled, deterministic response to interrupts.
Windows CE .NET offers the application developer the ease and versatility of scripting languages, along with the versatile environment of the Microsoft Win32® application programming interface (API). It also offers bundled support for multimedia, Internet, LAN, and mobile communications and security services.
The following image map shows the Windows CE .NET OS architecture.
A board support package (BSP) is the main part of a Microsoft® Windows® CE-based platform and contains source files, binary files, or both. The BSP creation process involves developing a boot loader, developing an OEM adaptation layer (OAL), creating device drivers, and modifying platform configuration files.
Using the BSP you can migrate or update it to be fully compatible with the features in Windows CE .NET 4.2.
Installation of BSP
Please close Windows CE.NET 4.2 Platform Builder before install NuWa BSP.
The following step illustrate BSP installation guide:
Step 1: Double click NUWA_BSP.MSI package file to install BSP. Then click “Next”.