Control Law Accelerator (CLA) hands-on workshop

This five-part series covers the workings of the CLA.

The Control Law Accelerator (CLA) is a 32-bit floating-point math accelerator that is common on most C2000™ devices. It aids in the concurrent processing of fast control algorithms.

After viewing the lectures, and working through the provided example, you should be in a better position to migrate existing algorithms from the main C28x core to the CLA, or start programming on the CLA from scratch.

This five-part training series covers the workings of the CLA. It begins with a basic introduction to the CLA, its architecture and programming paradigm. There is a hands-on workshop that can be downloaded, and worked through, as you progress through the modules.


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