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Re: Re: Books on DSP and Mot chips?

Started by Tim Economu February 4, 2002
So does Codewarrior and the embedded SDK allow development in assembly, or
does it require C?
Kind regards,

Tim

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----- Original Message -----
From: "MW Ron" <>
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Sent: 04 February 2002 10:01
Subject: [motoroladsp] Re: Books on DSP and Mot chips? > Hi,
>
> > I'm very new to DSPs, and find I am in need of some more help.
> > I have found the
> > "Digital Signal Processing Applications With Motorola's Dsp56002
Processor"
> > book,
> > but wonder if there is a more recent publication. Or is the above book
> > going to be still very relevant to the DSP568xx series. I have
experience
> > with Motorola micros (HC12 etc.). So it's the DSP bit I still don't get.
> Peter,
>
> The book that you have is a good introduction into DSP in general (as the
> DSP56002 was a good DSP for Motorola for many years but has now kind of
hit
> the end of its lifetime), but if you will be specifically using the
> DSP56800, I recommend that you try taking a look at the following
materials
> and use the following resources:
>
> A) DSP5680X User's Manual (DSP56801-7UM/D)- Detailed User's Manual for the
> DSP5680X series of processors (801,803,805,807).
> B) DSP56800 Family Manual (DSP56800FM/D) - Contains the instruction set
for
> the DSP568xx and talks about the DSP568xx family.
>
> This documentation will help you with the hardware and detailed chip
details
> that you need to know.......however the other side of the story is the
> software which is also very important for the DSP568xx series of
processors.
> For this information, I recommend that you try CodeWarriorU.com which has
a
> course that specifically targets the DSP568xx family of processors and
deals
> with how to work with the development software (CodeWarrior + Embedded
SDK)
> that is necessary for success using this part. To get more info, please
> visit:
>
> www.codewarrioru.com
>
> Ron
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Hi,

> So does Codewarrior and the embedded SDK allow development in assembly, or
> does it require C?

CodeWarrior will do both Assembly and C, The SDK is in C though so that is
probably what you would use.

Ron

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Hi Peter,

If you are willing to use soft copies (*.pdf), you can try to order the
embedded SDK 2.4 Cd from Motorola. As far as I know it is for free and
there is a lot of handy stuff on the CD (Look in \\program
files\Motorola\Embedded SDK\help\pdf\pdf)

Hope this helps...

Regards
Roelof Oelofsen
Design Specialist
Telkom SA

>>> Peter Lissenburg <> 02/02/02 05:49AM >>>



Thanks to all for the suggestions on books etc.
PL

At 04:41 PM 5/02/02, Roelof Oelofsen wrote:

>Hi Peter,
>
>If you are willing to use soft copies (*.pdf), you can try to order the
>embedded SDK 2.4 Cd from Motorola. As far as I know it is for free and
>there is a lot of handy stuff on the CD (Look in \\program
>files\Motorola\Embedded SDK\help\pdf\pdf)
>
>Hope this helps...
>
>Regards
>Roelof Oelofsen
>Design Specialist
>Telkom SA
>
> >>> Peter Lissenburg <> 02/02/02 05:49AM >> >
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