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I am working sound card with TUSB3200,but the TUSB3200 firmware dev kit doesn't seem to include the demo.
So I need a demo ,and a bootloader.
can someone help me?thanks a lot.
The TUSB3200 Firmware Development Kit has sample applications for both the 'EVM1' (which has an AC'97 codec) and the 'EVM2' (which has an I2S codec).
You have to install, then unzip a couple of times, but they are there.
The TUSB3200 Firmware Development Kit is a firmware installer, how to use?
Installation is complete The TUSB3200 Firmware Development Kit, no prompt, then how to use? Thank you!
As part of the installation, if you selected 'custom', you were shown where the installer intended to place the FDK, and you had an opportunity to change the location.
I think the default is c:\Program Files (x86)\My Company Name\My Product Name
Thanks! Finally see the code! Here also ask: how to download the code to tusb3200, what tools?
Compiled using keil c51, prompted to download to e2rom, regardless of tusb3200, can it?
After the Keil tools build the image, there's some postprocessing by some tools in the FDK to convert to binary and add the EEPROM header that the TUSB3200A expects to see. Then you blow that combined image into a I2C EEPROM, which the TUSB3200A reads as it boots.
I use the MIIC-204 from www.mcc-us.com to download to the EEPROM, using their 'iBurner' application.
Oh. As long as you are talking about compiled in accordance with good after the first download to e2rom, before this can not connect tusb3200?
Very, very grateful
I'm not sure I understand your question.
If the TUSB3200A boots and does not find an external EEPROM, it does have some internal ROM program that allows it to connect to the USB, but that functionality has never been checked-out nor documented, and it certainly does not support audio. The intent always has been that the TUSB3200A loads its application from the EEPROM; with no EEPROM the 3200 basically does not function.
Separately compiled program can burn directly to e2rom, and then welded to the tusb3200 the pcb board. Or e2rom itself first in the tusb3200 the pcb board, through the computer usb bus and tusb3200 guide download e2rom? tusb3200 Boot Loader have been inside it?Thank you advice!
The answer is in section 2.2.2 of the TUSB3200A Data Manual: only the first of your two options.
The TAS1020B supports both of your options, but the TUSB3200A does not.
thank you very much！
Hello Frank MinichThis TUSB3200_boot.exe running, flash, no prompt for the name and output name. How to use? Thank you!
Load the project for either EVM into the Keil uVision3 tool, and look under the project->options 'user' tab.
I may be looking at a 'doctored' version, but basically it invokes:
hex2bin.exe <name of output file produced by Keil> temp.bin I 1 (that's the upper-case letter 'i' followed by space followed by the number '1')
stcboot.exe temp.bin <name of the binary file you will use to program the eeprom>
Thanks! Frank Minich
Directly set is generated in keil "REV929.bin" and "TEMP.bin" two documents, that is the eeprom?
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