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Jump start for TI DSP programming (Help Needed)

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Hi guys

Finally I bought TMS320F2812 .
Now I want to start programming this board.

I have no idea where to start. I have basic understanding about DSP and microcontroller.

I was using PIC for long time.

I want to learn C Programming for TMS320F2812.

Any link or tutorial will be helpful.
Any suggestion about good aprroach ?
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Hi,

Go through the TI data sheets of the processor u will get some idea to start with the assembly language programming.
You can use the Simulator example programs to start off with programming.

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Hi

Registe yourself with TI and request the TMS320C2000 Teaching ROM
Second Edition now covers TMS320F2812, TMS320LF2407 and TMS320F243.

Literature #SSQC011

This CD-ROM is designed to support teachers and professors teaching DSP-based control using the TI TMS320C2000 DSP platform. Written and designed by Frank Bormann of University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, Germany, this CD-ROM provides a series of 16 modules with teaching material for the new generation Texas Instruments Digital Signal Controller TMS320F2812. The contents include presentation slides, a textbook with 488 pages, along with procedures and solutions for laboratory exercises, all presented in source-code form to allow flexibility of use. The laboratory exercises are based on the TMS320F2812 eZdsp and the C programming language.

The Author Frank Bormann is a University Lecturer in Automotive Electronics, Real-Time- Control and Digital Signal Processing. His department at the Zwickau University is an internationally recognized centre for automotive data bus systems and electromagnetic compatibility. He became a certified instructor for Texas Instruments in 1998, and lectures the 4-day design workshops for the TMSC2000-family in Europe.

Table of contents:

Chapter 0: Introduction to DSP
Chapter 1: TMS320F2812 Architecture
Chapter 2: Software Development Tools
Chapter 3: Digital In/Output
Chapter 4: Understanding the F2812 Interrupt System
Chapter 5: Event Manager
Chapter 6: Analogue to Digital Converter
Chapter 7: Serial Peripheral Interface
Chapter 8: Serial Communication Interface
Chapter 9: Controller Area Network
Chapter 10: Flash Programming
Chapter 11: IQ-Math Library
Chapter 12: DSP-BIOS
Chapter 13: Boot -ROM
Chapter 14: FIR -Filter
Chapter 15: Digital Motor Control

In addition to the new material, the First Edition of this Teaching ROM written by Richard Sikora, is included. This material is dedicated to the 16-Bit generation of the C2000-family and provides exercises that are based on the TMDS320F243 Starter Kit and the TMS320LF2407 DSK.

Finally the Teaching ROM includes the “Hands-on TMS320LF2407 in C”- material, also written by Frank Bormann. This tutorial was previously published at the TI University Program website and is based on the TMS320LF2407 EVM.
 
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