Re: Suggest method for Real Time data transfer between host and C6713 with VC++ application on host

Started by Jeff Brower February 5, 2007
> As per your reply EducationalDSP HPI interface card may not be available in
> college.

It's not expensive, USD 85.
> So though it seems foolish i am asking again weather RTDX through JTAG can not do
> this through log files? This i have not read completly but came across this day

So you're thinking like this:

| |
CCS ---->| Files |----> VC++ Application
| |_______|
| |
| DSK 6713 |
I guess you could try that, but sure looks kludgy to me. If I were your Prof, I
would say no -- difficult coding, probably not reliable, not a clean engineering
solution, and on top of that, very low performance.

> Jeff Brower wrote:
> Nilesh-
> > I am doing host to target communication part of my project. My
> requirement is that :
> >
> > Decoder on C6713 is exchanging frames sequentially as they are decoded
> with by target and writing frames to yuv file one after other.
> > Now I want to design some application, which runs in VC++ and reads
> this file.
> As I explained in previous posts to you, with DSK 6713 the only effective
> way you can access DSP data (and code) from Visual Studio is to use
> EducationalDSP HPI interface card.
> -Jeff
> > It will read each frame as is decoded and written by target on host yuv
> file, and will display.
> > That is this procedure will be real time.
> > I do not mind how slow this will go on.
> >
> > Now my question is �

> >
> >
> > Will this be possible? I think not because I tried to open same file in
> when target has written integer no of complete frames to yuv but not
> total all frames by giving breakpoint in CCS my VC++ application was not
> able to open yuv file and was giving error for opening.
> > i.e. my problem is opening same file by CCS target and host at same
> time� is there any solution for this in CCS?
> >
> > Is there any other better method to achieve this sequential
> communication with target and host pc vc++ application?
> > Regards,
> > Nilesh