ITRON Technical Committee, TRON Association Katsuta Building 5F, 3-39, Mita 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, JAPAN
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The latest version of µITRON3.0 is Ver 3.02.00. Changes made since the µITRON3.0 Standard Handbook was released (Ver 3.00.00) are noted in Newsletter No.5 and No.11, as well as in ITRON Standard Guidebook~2.
The ITRON Standard Guidebook 2, which is a general introduction to the ITRON specifications, deals primarily with µITRON3.0. Meanwhile, the earlier ITRON Standard Guidebook '92-'93 remains as a valuable reference for use with the µITRON (Ver 2.0) and ITRON2 specifications, even though the dates in its title are now past.
|ITRON-µITRON Standard Handbook||Specification (Jap.)||4,800Yen||Personal Media Co.||1990||ISBN4-89362-079-7|
|µITRON3.0 Standard Handbook||Specification (Jap.)||4,000Yen||Personal Media Co.||1993||ISBN4-89362-106-8|
|ITRON/FILE Standard Handbook||Specification (Jap.)||3,000Yen||Personal Media Co.||1992||ISBN4-89362-092-4|
|ITRON Standard Guidebook '92-'93||Textbook (Jap.)||3,500Yen||Personal Media Co.||1992||ISBN4-89362-197-6|
|ITRON Standard Guidebook 2||Textbook (Jap.)||3,500Yen||Personal Media Co.||1994||ISBN4-89362-133-5|
|µITRON Specification Ver 2.01.00.00||Specification (Eng.)||12,000Yen||TRON Association||1989||-|
|ITRON2 Specification Ver 2.02.00.10||Specification (Eng.)||15,000Yen||TRON Association||1990||-|
|µITRON3.0 Specification Ver 3.02.00||Specification (Eng.)||-||TRON Association||1994||-|
During the same week, TRONSHOW '95 will be held on November 28 and 29 in Tokyo. Be sure not to miss the special exhibit on real-time embedded systems being planned for this show.
The presentation, entitled "Standard Real-Time Operating System Specification in Japan for Consumer Applications," was given by Mr. Henry Neugass on September 12, in one of the open technical sessions. Mr. Neugass, a specialist in embedded systems with close ties to the TRON Project, began with a brief introduction of the ITRON subproject. Avoiding a highly technical discussion, he focused on the place and status of the ITRON specifications, including the requirements and design policy and their application in Japan.
The TRON Association's booth in the exhibition used panels to describe each of the TRON subprojects and introduce the ITRON specifications. A variety of literature was on display as well. For this event, the English-language version of the µITRON 3.0 specification was converted to HTML format and shown on a personal computer screen. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, which is used to create World Wide Web home pages.
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