Dear, My problem with SBC6713e is as follows: I am facing a strange problem. I have a simple program for reflecting input waveform at output in AEcho.cpp file with necessary modifications. After burning the program on sbc6713e (servo 16 as omnibus module 0), when it was run from RTDX consloe, the out put waveform is not displayed on the scope. The input was given to the corresponding pins of chico plus board and the output is also taken from corresponding pin of same board as is given in SBC6713e user's manual. The status of the RTDX console indicates buffer playing is not being updated. It is stopped at 00 value.Six months ago I could run the same program and I could capture the waveform in SCOPE following the same procedure.I have tried following steps : 1. power recycling all the equipments, 2. reloading all the sotware including CCS_3.1, SBC6713e board The problem is strange to me as I have worked earlier successfully. The buffer playing is stopping at the last stage. As a result unable to view the output.
Please suggest me what to do?
DId you save a copy of the program that worked six months ago? Or have you made a few minor changes that need your close attention?
This is the perfect opportunity to use the CCS IDE to debug your program.
Use software breakpoints, Memory Browser window, and Expressions window, among other tools to debug your program. You will learn a lot about the operation of the program.
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Sorry for being late. I have used the same program that I had used earlier. The compilation, build up all, down loading to DSP, these tests are successfully done. On the RTDX console, selecting all the parameters at the final stage, bufferplaying is sticking at 00 value. Therefore, output waveform is not displaying.
If you are using the same program and all of the same input, then the output and display should be the same. What has changed over the time since it worked?
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