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OMAP and DaVinci Software for Dummies

The new "OMAP and DaVinci Software For Dummies" book has arrived!

Explore Texas Instruments’ OMAP & DaVinci processors to create your next cool product:

  • These programmable devices provide the best of a hybrid world — a general purpose processor and a digital signal processor.
  • This guide shows you how to architect your software to make optimal use of the two processors.
  • Become familiar with ready-to-use software provided by TI, as well as tools that speed up development.
  • You get to build a real working video/audio system and still be home for dinner and the kids. 

Visit www.ti.com/dummiesbook for more details, view the book contents, read the introduction, and order your free copy (bottom left hand corner of the page)

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  • Hello Sir,

    I am starting my work on davinci processor (DM369) now.

    As i am new to this processor.it will be helpful if i get a copy of this book either a pdf or a link .When i go to the provided link its redirecting to somewhere else.

    Can u provide the right link?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sanath Rai

  • In reply to sanath rai:

    To be candid, I suggest looking at a newer processor like the AM5708.  It is more capable (in general) than the DM369 and the software is being actively maintained as part of Processor SDK Linux.

    I did some searching online and found some books for sale on this site:

    http://www.addall.com/New/Partner.cgi?query=9780470395226&type=ISBN

    I've not shopped from that site before, so I'm not necessarily endorsing it.  However, if you really want the book, that was the only place I saw it available.  We cannot provide a pdf of the book due to publishing agreements.

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