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Best way to transfer data from DSK 6713 to PC using CCS 4.0?
I am in search of a way to transfer blocks of data from a DSK 6713 to PC for debugging purposes in my undergraduate research project. I am using CCS 4.0 to develop for the DSK6713. So far I have looked at RTDX (not supported with CCS 4.0) and the UART capabilities (Too slow) of the DSK6713.
Looking for a point in the right direction as I have only been developing for this processor for a short period with no prior experience with DSPs.
RTDX and HSRTDX are device dependent and operate over JTAG, regardless of the IDE. There is support for both modes in non BIOS based app and in BIOS based apps.
There has been few legacy stand alone engines running on PCs, as well as older Mathworks and National Instruments releases, that supports RTDX/HSRTDX transport layers. Many example code exists for the C6713.
Educational DSP, LLC can provide an HPI daughterboard that can connect to the PC via serial, parallel (printer), and USB ports. I have seen some other USB cards that use the memory and peripheral connectors instead of the HPI connector. However, the fastest approach I know of that is also easy to implement is to get Bitec's DSK-INET daughterboard; it has a Wiznet chip driving an Ethernet port and comes with a simple library interface, so it is fairly easy to e.g. send TCP/IP packets to the PC via an Ethernet hub or router.
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