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Examples needed for DSP56858

Started by Unknown February 23, 2005

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knows where I can obtain some filtering examples for DSP56858. I have noticed that there are a few threads about it, however the links provided in them lead to motorola's website. As we all know, motorola is now freescale and any links to motorola's website lead you to freescale's homepage.

Thank you.

Hardeep


I wouldn't think digital filtering would be specific to a processor type.
You would need to research that just in the field of whatever you were
working on. Digital filtering is very easy to do just gets complicated if
you want to do someting sophisticated.

Chrisp

>From:
>Reply-To:
>>Hi,
>
>I was wondering if anyone knows where I can obtain some filtering examples
>for DSP56858. I have noticed that there are a few threads about it, however
>the links provided in them lead to motorola's website. As we all know,
>motorola is now freescale and any links to motorola's website lead you to
>freescale's homepage.
>
>Thank you.
>
>Hardeep



Thank you for your reply Chrisp. I understand that filtering isn't specific to a processor type, but I would like to go through a working example for my specific processor type. I find that going through something that works makes understanding much easier. The example does not need to be specifically on filtering, but a Codewarrior project that utilizes the DSP functions would be very helpful. Thank you. > I wouldn't think digital filtering would be specific to a processor type.
>You would need to research that just in the field of whatever you were
>working on. Digital filtering is very easy to do just gets complicated if
>you want to do someting sophisticated.
>
>Chrisp
>
>>From:
>>Reply-To:
>>>Hi,
>>
>>I was wondering if anyone knows where I can obtain some filtering examples
>>for DSP56858. I have noticed that there are a few threads about it, however
>>the links provided in them lead to motorola's website. As we all know,
>>motorola is now freescale and any links to motorola's website lead you to
>>freescale's homepage.
>>
>>Thank you.
>>
>>Hardeep
>>
> >



Thank you for your reply Chrisp. I understand that filtering isn't specific to a processor type, but I would like to go through a working example for my specific processor type. I find that going through something that works makes understanding much easier. The example does not need to be specifically on filtering, but a Codewarrior project that utilizes the DSP functions would be very helpful. Thank you. > I wouldn't think digital filtering would be specific to a processor type.
>You would need to research that just in the field of whatever you were
>working on. Digital filtering is very easy to do just gets complicated if
>you want to do someting sophisticated.
>
>Chrisp
>
>>From:
>>Reply-To:
>>>Hi,
>>
>>I was wondering if anyone knows where I can obtain some filtering examples
>>for DSP56858. I have noticed that there are a few threads about it, however
>>the links provided in them lead to motorola's website. As we all know,
>>motorola is now freescale and any links to motorola's website lead you to
>>freescale's homepage.
>>
>>Thank you.
>>
>>Hardeep
>>
> >



I thought that at least Motorola and TI had some of these. The only ones I
have are proprietary to my company because they take a lot of work to write

>From:
>Reply-To:
>To:
>Subject: [motoroladsp] RE: Examples needed for DSP56858
>Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 12:59:58 -0500 >Thank you for your reply Chrisp. I understand that filtering isn't specific
>to a processor type, but I would like to go through a working example for
>my specific processor type. I find that going through something that works
>makes understanding much easier. The example does not need to be
>specifically on filtering, but a Codewarrior project that utilizes the DSP
>functions would be very helpful. >Thank you. > > I wouldn't think digital filtering would be specific to a processor
>type.
> >You would need to research that just in the field of whatever you were
> >working on. Digital filtering is very easy to do just gets complicated if
> >you want to do someting sophisticated.
> >
> >Chrisp
> >
> >>From:
> >>Reply-To:
> >>>Hi,
> >>
> >>I was wondering if anyone knows where I can obtain some filtering
>examples
> >>for DSP56858. I have noticed that there are a few threads about it,
>however
> >>the links provided in them lead to motorola's website. As we all know,
> >>motorola is now freescale and any links to motorola's website lead you
>to
> >>freescale's homepage.
> >>
> >>Thank you.
> >>
> >>Hardeep
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
>



In CodeWarrior 7.0 (and I'm guessing some of the previous versions as
well), there are some example projects that demonstrate DSP
algorithms, including filters. If you don't have CodeWarrior 7.0,
you can get a free copy from Metrowerks that limits your code size to
8K words. To get to the example projects,

1. Open CodeWarrior and go to File->New.
2. Select "Processor Expert Examples Stationery" and enter a
project name
3. Select TestApplications->Signal->DSP_FUNC_DFR->56858
4. Make the project (this generates the code). The default
generates C code (dfr16.c).
5. For assembly code (more optimized), select the
DFR1:DSP_Func_DFR bean. Under Properties, select yes to "use
assember files". Re-make the project. This will generate assembler
code (dfr16<xxx>.asm) for the DSP functions.

Hope this helps.

Jeff

--- In , hgida@i... wrote:
>
> Thank you for your reply Chrisp. I understand that filtering isn't
specific to a processor type, but I would like to go through a
working example for my specific processor type. I find that going
through something that works makes understanding much easier. The
example does not need to be specifically on filtering, but a
Codewarrior project that utilizes the DSP functions would be very
helpful.
>
>
> Thank you. > > I wouldn't think digital filtering would be specific to a
processor type.
> >You would need to research that just in the field of whatever you
were
> >working on. Digital filtering is very easy to do just gets
complicated if
> >you want to do someting sophisticated.
> >
> >Chrisp
> >
> >>From:
> >>Reply-To:
> >>>Hi,
> >>
> >>I was wondering if anyone knows where I can obtain some filtering
examples
> >>for DSP56858. I have noticed that there are a few threads about
it, however
> >>the links provided in them lead to motorola's website. As we all
know,
> >>motorola is now freescale and any links to motorola's website
lead you to
> >>freescale's homepage.
> >>
> >>Thank you.
> >>
> >>Hardeep
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >