Hi to all...
I want to download my project to the DSP56f801 through the JTAG port using CODEWarrior but I don't know how to do it.
Anyone can help me?
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I'm not sure if you are using the Embedded SDK or not, so I'm just
going to assume for now that you aren't and all you have is
Anyways, if you have R5.0.2 (which corresponds to IDE v 188.8.131.522 in
the Help-->About Metrowerks CodeWarrior), here's the quickest way to
get up and running on your DSP56F801 (I assume you either have the
DSP56F801EVM or you have a target board with a DSP56F801 and a JTAG
First, you need to make sure that your hardware is setup such that
you can debug. If you have a DSP56F801EVM this means that jumper JG5
A) have no jumper connected if you plan to use the on-board parallel
port header interface to debug.
B) have a jumper connected if you plan to use the 14-pin JTAG header
to debug via a Parallel Port Command Converter.
If you have your own target board, you just need to make sure it has
a 14-pin JTAG header and have a Parallel Port Command Converter to
connect between your parallel cable and the JTAG header.
Anyways, once this is done:
1) Goto File --> New
2) Select DSP56800 EABI Stationery and give the project name, then
3) Select "M56801" and hit OK
4) Make the project by hitting the Make button
5) Connect to the target board by hitting the Debug button.
You should then have a debugger window pop up and you have now
successfully downloaded to the DSP56F801. The DSP56F801 has no
external memory interface so there is only one target "flash pxROM
w/int xRAM" to select from on the M56801 stationery.
Hope this info helps!
--- In , ianu yajo <ianumod@y...> wrote:
> Hi to all...
> I want to download my project to the DSP56f801 through the JTAG
port using CODEWarrior but I don't know how to do it.
> Anyone can help me? > ---------------------------------
> Yahoo! Sorteos
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