White Mountain DSP 510/LT Drivers

Started by marcopolo69002 in TMS320c3x6 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I'm looking for White Mountain DSP 510/LT Drivers (very old emulator for C3x, C4x, ...) Or for an emulator compatible with C3x...

Hi, I'm looking for White Mountain DSP 510/LT Drivers (very old emulator for C3x, C4x, ...) Or for an emulator compatible with C3x DSP Thanks a lot, Marc. _____________________________________


White Mountain DSP 510/LT Drivers

Started by dand...@hotmail.com in TMS320c3x6 years ago 1 reply

I am looking for these drivers to run under TI CCS 4.x for VC33 development. Anyone know where to look? I have queried ADI who bought White...

I am looking for these drivers to run under TI CCS 4.x for VC33 development. Anyone know where to look? I have queried ADI who bought White Mountain DSP in February 1999 but have not received a response.


vc33 development tools

Started by john...@yahoo.com in TMS320c3x8 years ago 5 replies

I am wondering what are the most up to date development tools for the TMS320VC33 chip. I have Code Composer 4.10.37 (not Studio) I...

I am wondering what are the most up to date development tools for the TMS320VC33 chip. I have Code Composer 4.10.37 (not Studio) I have the TMS320VC33 DSK I have a Parallel port XDS510 (used, in the mail on the way). I cannot load most programs through the DSK software (crashes) so have been using the code composer simulator, which is at its end of life because I need to use exter...


Serial send, hangs on DX load.

Started by john...@yahoo.com in TMS320c3x8 years ago 1 reply

I am writing a simple program to test the serial port. (testing this for three days now, headache!) On the TMS320VC33. The code sets the I/O to...

I am writing a simple program to test the serial port. (testing this for three days now, headache!) On the TMS320VC33. The code sets the I/O to output mode and turns them on. Then it shuts off all interrupts. After this it sets up the serial port for a transmit. I want the DSP to generate the FSX, and CLKX. I have tried many iterations of this code and settings of these registers but every...


Cannot run TI CC 4.10 with SPI530 Emulator in Windows XP

Started by rche...@altrionet.com in TMS320c3x8 years ago 1 reply

Hi All, We are experiencing one major problem when using C3x/C4x Code Composer 4.10 and the Spectrum Digital SPI530 MPSD Emulator on PCs running...

Hi All, We are experiencing one major problem when using C3x/C4x Code Composer 4.10 and the Spectrum Digital SPI530 MPSD Emulator on PCs running Windows XP. We have always run under Windows 2000 and never experienced the following error. While we can successfully connect to a target C30 DSP, reset the DSP, view DSP memory and internal registers, modify memory locations and load symbols, we c...


TMS320VC33 Serial Bootload Program format

Started by john...@yahoo.com in TMS320c3x8 years ago 2 replies

I am trying to serial bootload my program, with matlab. Once I have my program in intel hex format do I just send those words as is? The...

I am trying to serial bootload my program, with matlab. Once I have my program in intel hex format do I just send those words as is? The boot-loader source does not seem to take into account the hex format. Do I have to write a program to re-form this into the correct format? what about the hex lines that aren't 32 bits long yet I have to send 32 bits over the serial port by default?(...


writing to 8 bit flash

Started by puli...@yahoo.co.in in TMS320c3x8 years ago 3 replies

Hi, My flash is 8 bit.I want to write my boot code into flash.I believe if I write an instruction in Code Composer it is by default in 32...

Hi, My flash is 8 bit.I want to write my boot code into flash.I believe if I write an instruction in Code Composer it is by default in 32 bits(e.g,LDI,STI etc).How to convert the instructions to 8 bit.I am using assemblylanguage. somebody has raised a similar question for data to which it was answered use AND3 and RPTS.But will this work for instructions? Asha


How to convert tha data to analog form

Started by Tang...@hotmail.com in TMS320c3x9 years ago

I am a newcomer of TMS320C31. I am facing a problem to convert the data stored from memory address 0x809d00 to 0x809d7f to analog form so that it...

I am a newcomer of TMS320C31. I am facing a problem to convert the data stored from memory address 0x809d00 to 0x809d7f to analog form so that it can be came out through the output port to a speaker. What is the additional codes needed? Thank you very much. The codes i done so far are shown in below. /*SHIFT.C - ILLUSTRATES 180 DEGREES DELAY IN PHASE */ #include "math.h" #define pi 3.1415926...


Cannot allocate .bss, .const and .sysmem

Started by lamk...@yahoo.com in TMS320c3x9 years ago 1 reply

Good day, I've a problem in linking the program and need for help. I am using TI TMS320C31 board. I wrote a program in C, named dspfinal.c. I...

Good day, I've a problem in linking the program and need for help. I am using TI TMS320C31 board. I wrote a program in C, named dspfinal.c. I compiled the program and it shows not error. However, when I link the program into .cmd, it shows error. These are the errors: > > cannot allocate .text in RAM0 < page 0 > > > can't allocate .bss, size 000005d3 < page 0> > > can't allocate .const, size 00


ldi instruction cycle

Started by Sooraj S in TMS320c3x9 years ago 2 replies

Hi all, How many instruction cycle does a ldi instruction require? I measured a "ldi" instruction cycle with two ways: by accessing...

Hi all, How many instruction cycle does a ldi instruction require? I measured a "ldi" instruction cycle with two ways: by accessing timer counter memory address and by using the profiling capability of code composer. By accessing timer counter memory address; I accessed the address 00100024h from the program and calculate the difference of the counter before and after "ldi".I got a ...


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