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I want to used AIF2 interface on board C6670.
I can't find the non-lookback example on CSL file.
I wanted to send control message on z.16.0.
Can you support the example code?
If you can wait awhile, the next MCSDK release in March plans to introduce an AIF2 LLD. I'm not sure what example will be included, but I'll ask someone to comment.
In reply to tscheck:
Has the MCSDK been released? Are there any example projects available for AIF and especially LLDs of AIF.
In reply to ilke ALTIN:
I confirmed that it will be released as part of MCSDK v2.0.7 in roughly 2weeks.
Check out the release at: http://software-dl.ti.com/sdoemb/sdoemb_public_sw/bios_mcsdk/latest/index_FDS.html
Thanks for the heads up.
Just a note, the AIF2 tests in the LLD support non-loopback mode on a dual EVM6670 setup. It requires a CI break-out card:
The release notes in the LLD describe how to set up the HW for board2board tests.
Thank you for your reply.
I want to used CPRI to slave, how can I cahnge the code?
In reply to demon popo:
Please take a look at the pdk_C6670_1_0_0_19\packages\ti\drv\aif2\docs\AIF2-c6670_usersguide.pdf section 3.1.2. It talks about the test examples/application needing to set some of these parameters, which it details.
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