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I'm developing an algorithm on DSP. It takes long time to load initial data from the file on PC.
I konw that data and memory location must be passed by ARM, but now I'm using CCS to do simulation.
How can I do to set inital data and create memory on DSP without ARM faster?
Sould I just load file from PC using emulator?
Now I'm loading the data to 2G DDR3 when program start, the inside cache and memory is not large enough.
CCS5.2 without BIOS, using emulator TI XDS100v2 USB Emulator.
Perform algorthm on DSP674x, the DSP in DM8168.
Data load from PC is image, initial parameters and so on.
Wish someone can help me.
Thanks a lot.
Lin ChiungData load from PC is image, initial parameters and so on.
What format is the image file? If it is some binary file, then you can use the memory load feature in the memory window to load a binary file. This would be the fastest option to load some data to memory. It would be similar to the video below except instead of a *.dat file, you would load a *.bin (binary) file
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