https://www.freertos.org/RTOS-task-states.html

What I have understood after reading so far, I am describing it with the help of an example.

**Example**:

**Task priority**

Task 1 has the highest priority.

Task 2 has the lowest priority

**Task Time**

Task 1 must be handled and completed without failure at every 40us.

Task 2 must be completed in under 800μs.

**CPU time**

Task 1 takes 5us CPU time

Task 2 takes 800us CPU time.

In FreeRTOS, a task has four states:

**Ready**:

Task 1 and Task 2 are ready to run but currently not running on processor

**Running**:

Task 1 and Task 2 are both ready to run but scheduler picks Task 1 as it is a higher priority task and should be run first.

**Blocked**:

Task 1 runs on the processor for 5us and it goes into a blocked state for 35 us.

I don't understand any difference between suspended and blocked state. I want someone to explain me how suspended state is different from blocked state