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what is the typical program memory space designers encounter?

Started by bharat pathak March 29, 2010
Hi,

 c6713 has 264 kilo bytes of internal ram. and 256 kilo bytes
 of on-board flash.

 we are working on speech recognition project and worry if this
 much amount of program memory is sufficient or would it cause
 problems when we go for production?

 Anyone else has faced any problems on program memory size being
 limited and if so how have they solved it?

Regards
Bharat
 
bharat pathak wrote:
> Hi, > > c6713 has 264 kilo bytes of internal ram. and 256 kilo bytes > of on-board flash. > > we are working on speech recognition project and worry if this > much amount of program memory is sufficient or would it cause > problems when we go for production? > > Anyone else has faced any problems on program memory size being > limited and if so how have they solved it? > > Regards > Bharat >
More basic problem for new design - part is obsolete and not in production. http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/tms320c6713.html I'm not familiar with the part so I Googled ;/
On Mar 29, 1:53&#2013266080;am, "bharat pathak" <bharat@n_o_s_p_a_m.arithos.com>
wrote:
> Hi, > > &#2013266080;c6713 has 264 kilo bytes of internal ram. and 256 kilo bytes > &#2013266080;of on-board flash. > > &#2013266080;we are working on speech recognition project and worry if this > &#2013266080;much amount of program memory is sufficient or would it cause > &#2013266080;problems when we go for production? > > &#2013266080;Anyone else has faced any problems on program memory size being > &#2013266080;limited and if so how have they solved it? > > Regards > Bharat
One solution is to break up your program into multiple smaller ones and boot in only what you need at any given time.