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Using TMDX5505EZDSP Processor

Started by nishantprakash October 7, 2015
I recently bought a TMDX5505EZDSP processor and installed code composer
studio for DSP algorithm implementation purpose. I do have very good
experience in the Software side of Signal Processing but don't have much
exposure in using the DSP Processors so go this processor.
Please suggest me some resources to start with. I want to implement the
common DSP algorithms in processors and then build upon it. 
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On 10/6/2015 11:45 PM, nishantprakash wrote:
> I recently bought a TMDX5505EZDSP processor and installed code composer > studio for DSP algorithm implementation purpose. I do have very good > experience in the Software side of Signal Processing but don't have much > exposure in using the DSP Processors so go this processor. > Please suggest me some resources to start with. I want to implement the > common DSP algorithms in processors and then build upon it.
I'm not sure what you are asking. If you have experience in DSP software, then you know how to design DSP code. Implementing on a given processor is mostly a matter of interfacing to the I/O, etc. What part of it do you not understand? Perhaps you could ask some questions. What environment have you done DSP work with before? -- Rick
rickman <gnuarm@gmail.com> Wrote in message:
> On 10/6/2015 11:45 PM, nishantprakash wrote: >> I recently bought a TMDX5505EZDSP processor and installed code composer >> studio for DSP algorithm implementation purpose. I do have very good >> experience in the Software side of Signal Processing but don't have much >> exposure in using the DSP Processors so go this processor. >> Please suggest me some resources to start with. I want to implement the >> common DSP algorithms in processors and then build upon it. > > I'm not sure what you are asking. If you have experience in DSP > software, then you know how to design DSP code. Implementing on a given > processor is mostly a matter of interfacing to the I/O, etc. What part > of it do you not understand? Perhaps you could ask some questions. > > What environment have you done DSP work with before? > > -- > > Rick >
I'm just guessing here, but if the problem is that you don't know how to do input output and that kind of stuff, then what you need to know is just basic embedded programming techniques. The best thing to do in that case is to get Jack Ganssles "The Art of Embedded Programming" and read it. -- www.wescottdesign.com ----Android NewsGroup Reader---- http://usenet.sinaapp.com/