RE: reading a .dat file_URGENT

Started by Jeff Brower in TMS320c54x14 years ago 1 reply

Christian- > > > i need a help in my project... > > > > > > i'm using TMS320VC5416... > > > > > > i have a problem, i want to read a...

Christian- > > > i need a help in my project... > > > > > > i'm using TMS320VC5416... > > > > > > i have a problem, i want to read a .dat-file. Data on the .dat-file is integer... > > > > > > i'm using a linker cmd-file from tutorial, it works, but i have 2 warnings, they are : > > > > > > ---------------------------- AMdemod.pjt - Debug ---------------------------- > > > [AMdemod2.c] "C:\CCStudio_v3.1\C5


RE: reading a .dat file_URGENT

Started by "ChRiStiAn C.S" in TMS320c54x14 years ago

Christian- > i need a help in my project... > > i'm using TMS320VC5416... > > i have a problem, i want to read a .dat-file. Data on...

Christian- > i need a help in my project... > > i'm using TMS320VC5416... > > i have a problem, i want to read a .dat-file. Data on the .dat-file is integer... > > i'm using a linker cmd-file from tutorial, it works, but i have 2 warnings, they are : > > ---------------------------- AMdemod.pjt - Debug ---------------------------- > [AMdemod2.c] "C:\CCStudio_v3.1\C5400\cgtools\bin\cl50


How to make a command linker file for simple program?

Started by hend...@yahoo.com in TMS320c54x14 years ago 1 reply

I have a simple c program to open a .dat file then print that on the output screen. When i build with ccs it need a command linker file and i...

I have a simple c program to open a .dat file then print that on the output screen. When i build with ccs it need a command linker file and i don't know hot to make it. I'm using TMS320VC5416. This is the .c program #include #include void main() { FILE *am; int a=0,c; float b[58]; puts("Start"); if((am=fopen("hilbert.dat","r"))== NULL) printf("error"); el


MEMORY QUESTION

Started by ahma...@yahoo.com in TMS320c54x14 years ago 4 replies

Dear Friens, -1-I defined the vector section to be at 0:ff80 address but my .text sectio= n is at 1:8000.After executing the project when I...

Dear Friens, -1-I defined the vector section to be at 0:ff80 address but my .text sectio= n is at 1:8000.After executing the project when I reset cpu it goes to 1:ff= 80 adderess.(do you know why?) So I changed the vector section addressing t= o be at 1:ff80; but now the problem rises after running the first line of m= y vector.asm progarm which is "BD _c_int00", the assembly equivalent of ...


c54X question

Started by ahma...@yahoo.com in TMS320c54x14 years ago

Dear friends I have a project for c54cst, which its source size is more than a whole page size (it is near to 140KB). So I must divide it to...

Dear friends I have a project for c54cst, which its source size is more than a whole page size (it is near to 140KB). So I must divide it to multi files and map the resulted .obj files in seprated sections. But there is two questions: First, How can I construe that in which memory region and address space I should map each section (each .obj)? Is it arbitrary? Consider that the some of same spa...


FW: reading a .dat file_URGENT

Started by "ChRiStiAn C.S" in TMS320c54x14 years ago

/************************************************************************* * $RCSFile: $ * $Revision: 1.1 $ * $Date: 2001/11/21 04:32:06 $ *...

/************************************************************************* * $RCSFile: $ * $Revision: 1.1 $ * $Date: 2001/11/21 04:32:06 $ * Copyright (c) 2001 Texas Instruments Incorporated * * LINKER COMMAND FILE FOR TMS320VC5416 DSK Target * * Usage: lnk500 -o -m c5416dsk.cmd * cl500 -z -o -m c54


Re: reading a .dat file_URGENT

Started by Jeff Brower in TMS320c54x14 years ago

Christian CS- Please post to the group, not to me. -Jeff > hi jeff... > > i need a help in my project... > > i'm using...

Christian CS- Please post to the group, not to me. -Jeff > hi jeff... > > i need a help in my project... > > i'm using TMS320VC5416... > > i have a problem, i want to read a .dat-file. Data on the .dat-file is integer... > > i'm using a linker cmd-file from tutorial, it works, but i have 2 warnings, they are : > > ---------------------------- AMdemod.pjt - Debug --------------


Fwd: pcm3002 audio recording prob. in dsk5416

Started by kabdeslam in TMS320c54x14 years ago

--- In c...@yahoogroups.com, "kabdeslam" wrote: Forgot to mention that recorded output now looks like a large harmonic independent of...

--- In c...@yahoogroups.com, "kabdeslam" wrote: Forgot to mention that recorded output now looks like a large harmonic independent of what is recorded. Is there any user doc for PCM3002 other than PCM3002.pdf (found not easy to use in conjunction with DSK 5416 kit) An extract of the code used to record is the following, ... while(1) { y=0; j=0; while(y


XRDY bit not being set

Started by jdbwillia in TMS320c54x14 years ago 1 reply

Hi everyone, I have a SPI port that behaves nicely the majority of the time. I can transmit and receive without any problem, but once in a...

Hi everyone, I have a SPI port that behaves nicely the majority of the time. I can transmit and receive without any problem, but once in a blue moon my transmit routine will mysteriously hang waiting for the XRDY bit to be set. The c54 is the master and there is only one slave (an MSP430). I just don't see, if the c54 is the master, how the XRDY bit would ever not be set soon after I ...


Fwd: pcm3002 audio recording prob. in dsk5416

Started by kabdeslam in TMS320c54x14 years ago

Forgot to mention that recorded output now looks like a large harmonic independent of what is recorded. Is there any user doc for PCM3002 other...

Forgot to mention that recorded output now looks like a large harmonic independent of what is recorded. Is there any user doc for PCM3002 other than PCM3002.pdf (found not easy to use in conjunction with DSK 5416 kit) An extract of the code used to record is the following, ... while(1) { y=0; j=0; while(y


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