Writing code for TMS320C6713
I am new in DSP line, but before this i was writing software for microcontrollers. how should i write code for TMS320C6713. i have purchased TMS320C6713 evalution kit from Texas(spectrumdigtal). i do not know to to burn the code into DSP kit as we do in microcontrollers.
Kindly help me.
Thanks & Regards
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On Sat, Apr 3, 2010 at 3:00 AM, sukhdeep singh wrote:
> I am new in DSP line, but before this i was writing software for
> microcontrollers. how should i write code for TMS320C6713.
each person's use, interest, and implementation of DSPs is different - as is
people's approach to 'getting started'. i would suggest...
1. program in C
2. understand the basic memory layout and the ramifications and limitations
of using internal memory vs. external memory.
3. understand how to configure #2.
4. build, run, modify some examples relating to the above. I prefer for
folks to start with simple programs that do not depend on I/O but dump
results at the end. If you are familiar with certain algorithms, use
those. Add in some code that initializes, reads, and writes the timer.
5. do not put printf's and other stdio within loops - only use to dump
results.[the reasons have been discussed in the archives].
6. once you are comfortable with the above, learn how interrupts work.
start with some basic timer routines that use interrupts. branch out to use
other hw interrupts.
7. expand your understanding to the use of EDMA.
If you envision a simple app that you use the above steps to gradually
develop, it is easier [IMO] to go through the steps.
> i have purchased TMS320C6713 evalution kit from Texas(spectrumdigtal). i do
> not know to to burn the code into DSP kit as we do in microcontrollers.
microcontrollers that I have worked with require that you burn your code
immediately due to a shortage of memory. the 6713 kit comes with LOTS of
memory. you can download and test your code - and then burn it. I think
that the SD docs [you might have to go to their web site] cover their
utility for burning code into Flash.
> Kindly help me.
> Thanks & Regards
> Sukhdeep Singh
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