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C55x Digital Signal Processors Training Series

TI’s TMS320C55x Fixed-Point Digital Signal Processors (DSP) enable high performance and low power through increased parallelism and total focus on power savings. Industry-leading active power enables computationally-intensive applications, such as voice triggering and encoding, to run on battery for extended period of time. Development tools include the award-winning eXpressDSP, Code Composer Studio (CCS), Integrated Development Environment (IDE), DSP/BIOS, optimized DSP and math libraries, and the industry’s largest third-party network.

EE Live! Training: Fast DSP Development on the C5517 EVM

Date:
April 7, 2016

Duration:
17:17
Explore C5517 development platform capabilities through interactive setup and development. “10-minutes to ‘Hello World!’”

C55x Digital Signal Processors Software Overview

Date:
March 29, 2016
This module provides an overview of the software available to developers building applications on TMS320C55x Digital Signal Processors. The first section introduces the benefits and structure of the C55x Chip Support Library (CSL) and takes a look at an example contained within the package. The second half  looks at the benefits and structure of the C55x DSP Library (DSPLIB), as well as the Programmer's Reference Guide and performance benchmarks.  

Leveraging DSP: Basic Optimization for C6000 Digital Signal Processors

Date:
March 14, 2016
This module discusses how to leverage DSP capabilities by optimizing code on C6000 digital signal processors. It provides an introduction to both the hardware and software pipeline. The emphasis of the discussion is on the software pipeline, estimating performance, how to optimize code using Code Composer Studio (CCS), and potential issues to avoid when creating a software pipeline.

TI-RTOS Kernel Workshop

Date:
February 17, 2016
For more details on attending the live version of this workshop including student guide, labs/solution files, installation guide, etc., please click: HereFormerly known as SYS/BIOS or just BIOS, the TI-RTOS kernel is a real-time operating system (RTOS) used on most TI processor/MCU platforms—Cortex M3/M4, Cortex A8/9/15, CC13xx, CC26xx, CC32xx, MSP430/MSP432, Multi-core (C66X), C6000 and C2000. If you are developing code for any of these platforms or any other processor that supports SYS/BIOS or the TI-RTOS kernel, this workshop will take you from zero to 80% fluent in just two days, saving weeks to months of development time. This class is also helpful to the ARM + DSP multi-core user who wants to understand the DSP "black box" and the RTOS (BIOS) running on that CPU (e.g. OMAPxx).

Introducing the EVMK2H Evaluation Module for 66AK2Hx Processors

Date:
February 16, 2016

Duration:
05:55
Introducing the EVMK2H evaluation module, the cost-efficient development tool from Texas Instruments that enables developers of high-performance compute systems to quickly get started working on designs for the 66AK2H06, 66AK2H12 and 66AK2H14 multicore DSP + ARM processors based on the KeyStone architecture.
Introducing the TMS320C6678 Lite EVM

Introducing the TMS320C6678 Lite Evaluation Module for C66x Processors

Date:
February 16, 2016

Duration:
03:17
Introducing the TMS320C6678 Lite Evaluation Module, the cost-efficient development tool from Texas Instruments that enables developers to quickly get started working on designs for the C6672, C6674, and C6678 multicore processors based on the KeyStone architecture.
Getting Started with the EVMK2EX

Getting Started with the EVMK2EX Development Board for 66AK2Ex and AM5K2Ex Processors

Date:
February 16, 2016

Duration:
04:21
The XEVMK2EX is a full-featured development tool for 66AK2Ex and AM5K2Ex KeyStone II-based SOCs. Get started developing general purpose embedded processor computing systems for industrial, mission critical, and networking applications today.

Introduction to OpenCL on TI Embedded Processors

Date:
February 12, 2016
This module provides an overview of OpenCL, the benefits it can provide during application development, and the criteria to consider for using OpenCL on TI embedded processors. Code walkthroughs of example code are provided to illustrate usage.

Processor SDK Linux Overview

Date:
January 25, 2016
This module takes a look at the purpose of the Processor SDK for Linux, how it is designed to provide flexibility and re-usability, and how the kit creates an experience that enables a quick and easy path to Linux application development on embedded processor designs.

Processor SDK Linux Components

Date:
January 25, 2016
This module provides an introduction to the functional components included in the Processor SDK for Linux and describes how these components can be used to accelerate and ease Linux application development on embedded processor designs.

Processor SDK Linux Matrix Application Launcher Overview

Date:
January 25, 2016
This module explains the purpose of the Matrix, an example application that launches by default within the Processor SDK for Linux. The capabilities of the Matrix application launcher are described, including support for launching other applications and demonstrations.

Processor SDK Linux Installation, Documentation, and Training

Date:
January 25, 2016
This module identifies the resources needed to obtain and install the Processor SDK for Linux. It also provides an overview of supporting documentation and training to help you get started with your embedded processor application development.

TI-RTOS Workshop Series 1 of 10 - Welcome

Date:
December 15, 2015

Duration:
46:23
TI-RTOS Kernel 2-day Workshop - Part 1 of 10

Leveraging DSP from Linux and RTOS: Parallel Processing and Software Support

Date:
December 4, 2015
This module discusses how to leverage DSP capabilities from both Linux and TI RTOS. It provides an introduction to parallel processing, which is a programming technique that can be used to divide instructions among multiple processors in DSP + ARM SoC devices. Texas Instruments provides software support for parallel processing including OpenMP and OpenCL. 

Introduction to Digital Front End (DFE) for 66AK2L06/TCI6630K2L Processors

Date:
December 2, 2015
This module provides an overview of the Digital Front End (DFE) integrated into 66AK2L06/TCI6630K2L DSP + ARM processors from Texas Instruments.  This training includes a brief description of high-speed data converter systems and how the required digital front end signal processing is accomplished by the DFE in the 66AK2L06/TCI6630K2L processors.  It also provides a high-level look at the features and system use-cases supported by the DFE/JESD204B and how it can be configured using the RFSDK software from Texas Instruments.

Application Development Using Processor SDK RTOS

Date:
October 8, 2015
This presentation provides a detailed overview of the application development process using the Processor SDK RTOS release. It walks through each step of the a typical development flow, including setup of the evaluation module (EVM), getting started with the EVM, running out-of-box examples, developing application code, porting applications to custom hardware, and customization of application software.

Introduction to Processor SDK RTOS Part 2

Date:
October 8, 2015
This module is the second installment of a two-part overview of the Processor SDK from the TI-RTOS perspective. It examines the functional elements that may be included in the installation for an SoC: Low-level Drivers (LLD), Chip Support Library (CSL), OS Abstraction Layer (OSAL), board library, Secondary Boot Loader (SBL), and board diagnostics.

Introduction to Processor SDK RTOS Part 1

Date:
October 8, 2015
This module is the first installment of a two-part overview of the Processor SDK from the TI-RTOS perspective. It introduces the functional elements that may be included in the installation for an SoC, and then looks at these elements in more detail: TI-RTOS kernel, Inter-Processor Communication (IPC), Network Developer's Kit (NDK), algorithm libraries, and diagnostic software.

Processor SDK Overview

Date:
September 24, 2015
This module provides an introduction to the Processor Software Development Kit (SDK), the next generation unified software platform for TI’s newest processor families. In addition to providing an overview of the benefits of a scalable Linux and TI-RTOS Processor SDK, this lesson takes a look at how SoC processor cores help determine the software used for application development, introduces the OS-based Processor SDK architectures, and shows how they complement the broader TI software development ecosystem.
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