DSP Development System
- Installing and testing Code Composer Studio Version 3.1
- Use of the TMS320C6713 or TMS320C6416 DSK
- Programming examples
This chapter describes how to install and test Texas Instruments’ integrated development environment (IDE), Code Composer Studio (CCS), for either the TMS320C6713 or the TMS320C6416 Digital Signal Processing Starter Kit (DSK). Three example programs that demonstrate hardware and software features of the DSK and CCS are presented. It is recommended strongly that you review these examples before proceeding to subsequent chapters. The detailed instructions contained in this chapter are specific to CCS Version 3.1.
The Texas Instruments TMS320C6713 and TMS320C6416 Digital Signal Processing Starter Kits are low cost development platforms for real-time digital signal processing applications. Each comprises a small circuit board containing either a TMS320C6713 floating-point digital signal processor or a TMS320C6416 fixed-point digital signal processor and a TLV320AIC23 analog interface circuit (codec) and connects to a host PC via a USB port. PC software in the form of Code Composer Studio (CCS) is provided in order to enable software written in C or assembly language to be compiled and/or assembled, linked, and downloaded to run on the DSK. Details of the TMS320C6713, TMS320C6416, TLV320AIC23, DSK, and CCS can be found in their associated datasheets [36–38]. The purpose of this chapter is to introduce the installation and use ...