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Started by Roger Flor October 21, 2002
Hello!
Has anybody used the PCMaster application?

How does one set the board time using #define PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE
in appconfig.h? Thanks
Roger




--- In motoroladsp@y..., "Roger Flor" <altair_747@h...> wrote:
> Hello!
> Has anybody used the PCMaster application?
>
> How does one set the board time using #define
PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE
> in appconfig.h? > Thanks >
> Roger

PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE
The default setting of this unsigned constant is 0x8030 which means
48us timebase.

To set it to a different value that will override this value, include
a statement such as:

#define PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE 0x4018

in appconfig.h towards the end of the file where the user defines go.

This would make it equal to 24us.

This parameter is simply passed to the PC application which uses it
to "know" the timebase.



I stand corrected::

--- In motoroladsp@y..., "ahchewt" <John.L.Winters@m...> wrote:
> --- In motoroladsp@y..., "Roger Flor" <altair_747@h...> wrote:
> > Hello!
> > Has anybody used the PCMaster application?
> >
> > How does one set the board time using #define
> PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE
> > in appconfig.h?
> >
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> >
> >
> > Roger
>
> PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE >
> The default setting of this unsigned constant is 0x8030 which means
> 48us timebase.
>
> To set it to a different value that will override this value,
include
> a statement such as:
>
> #define PC_MASTER_RECORDER_TIME_BASE 0x4018
>
> in appconfig.h towards the end of the file where the user defines
go.
>
> This would make it equal to 24ms. (note units here)
>
> This parameter is simply passed to the PC application which uses it
> to "know" the timebase.