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Started by N VINODH RATHNA November 8, 2001
Subject: hi dspppl,

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hi dspppl,

I'am using 5402 chip for my project.It has to now take care the work of a
previously used uc also.Is there any reliable kernel that can be used for my
project.ofcourse TI BIOS is there but still it looks very obstruse.i will have
rougly about 150k for the kernel code.

thanks

awaiting for ur inputs



The DSP bios is not very obtruse at all. It provides all the basic
components necessary for multitasking.

Multi-processes (tasks, Software Interrupts, Hardware Interrupts)
Synchronization (semaphores)
Resource Control (locks)
Interprocess Communications Tools (Queues, Pipes)

Its also extremely small, require some 8-10K of memory (and that's
because I have a lot of stuff in mine)...

TI has a LOT of Real-media presentations on the DSP Bios, as well as DSP
Application Interface Specification (DAIS).

Look into it, its good. Carl Chipman
Nomadics, Inc.

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> I'am using 5402 chip for my project.It has to now take care the
work
> of a previously used uc also.Is there any reliable kernel that can be
used
> for my project.ofcourse TI BIOS is there but still it looks very
> obstruse.i will have rougly about 150k for the kernel code.
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> thanks
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Texas Instrument's DSP/BIOS is a result of TI purchasing Spectron
Microsystems for the SPOX operating system. SPOX was one of the leading
RTOS's in the embedded DSP community and sold for around $25,000 per seat
plus runtime royalties. SPOX has been advanced in capability and
scalability to become the DSP/BIOS that is integrated into Code Composer
Studio.

I recommend a quick tour through the tutorial as the best way to become
familiar with DSP/BIOS. The DSP/BIOS kernel will easily fit into one tenth
of the available memory.

Regards,

Thom
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Subject: [c54x] Concealed Subject: hi dspppl,

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hi dspppl,

I'am using 5402 chip for my project.It has to now take care the work of
a previously used uc also.Is there any reliable kernel that can be used for
my project.ofcourse TI BIOS is there but still it looks very obstruse.i will
have rougly about 150k for the kernel code.

thanks

awaiting for ur inputs _____________________________________
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Subject: serial port

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hi

can anyone tell me how to fix the baud rate for McBSP thru BIOS

thank u

regards
vinodh



Subject: Re: [c54x] Digest Number 404

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Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 11:15:54 -0000
From: "Krunoslav Sekovanic" <>
Subject: Microprocessor / Microcomputer Mode (C5402 DSK)

Hi,

What's the difference between C5402 DSK operating in Microprocessor
Mode and Microcomputer Mode (DIP switch 2 option)? How does the
desired selection affect my project in CCS 2.0 while connected
through JTAG?

Thank you,
Kruno

The difference is in memory mapping in Microprocessor mode reset loaction lies
in external ROM whereas in microcomputer mode it lies in onchip factory
programmed ROM.
While starting ccs thru JTAG it will not mater but when u run any program u
should be careful in mapping the memory properly.