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bigbibby2002 - Mar 20 2008
I use ccs3.1 to develop TMS320C6416, with the CCS I use the command;
view\memory ,I can't see the data that are below address=20
0x00040000,they are all "-----...
psjalwadi - Apr 21 2008
I want to find out cycles taken by IMG_idct_8x8_12q4() fn available in=20
C6000 imglib. I tried calling the same function from a small program=20
and profiled the code....
chekib nouira - Mar 13 2008
be carefull of getting into cache coherency problems!!! you might get rando=
m data in L2!
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"jonas.hoeppner" - Mar 1 2008
I=B4m doing a timedomain convolution using the DSP_fir_r8 function from
DSP_LIB. I=B4m using different blocklegth NR and filterlength NH.
For errorchecking I use coeffici...
"Tommy S. Hancock" - Feb 5 2008
This is really good info, Jeff, and it=E2=80=99s fairly specific.
Do you know of some published summary that would help me understand the FFT=
capability of a particular DSP ...
".dorian" - Feb 16 2008
Hey Chao, Dear Group
I need Caching enabled in my application so, as you suggested in second
order I put a=20=20
"CACHE_wbL2(bufferTest2, 8, CACHE_WA...
Michael Dunn - Apr 7 2008
On 4/6/08, d...@yahoo.com wrote:
> Ie have try to make it hundred of times but without success. After
> reading the TI's PDF (spra999a.pdf) I wrote ...
"Tommy S. Hancock" - Mar 11 2008
You might look at micrium.com ports. They show several ports to TI DSPs. I =
have used their early ports on a MC69HC11. The ports at the li...
"Joyeau Sylvain (Quartz)" - Mar 20 2008
I'm not familiar at all with C6455, more with C6415. Anyway, these both DSP=
s seem to include the same EDMA engine.
Are you sure the transfer has completed ? Hav...
Michael Dunn - Feb 8 2008
On Feb 8, 2008 10:21 AM, Kurnytskyi Taras wrote:
> Hi Jeff,
> Thank you for advice.
> Regarding the "stress test", I've not carried out it yet, however tests...
jim - Feb 29 2008
Yes, I see that now. Here is the contents of the cmd file:
/* =A0 Do *not* directly modify this file. =A0It was =A0 =A0*/
/* =A0 generated by the Configuration Tool; any =A0*/...