I am planning to use the 320C6713 DSP kit for an application that requires measuring a ±10V signal at 16 bit resolution and greater than 200kSPS, processing it and generating the corresponding analog output with the same specifications. I want to do this by putting ADS8556 and DAC7741 EVMs on a 5-6K interface board and connecting it to the DSP kit.
My only problem is that I am new to the DSP kit and dont have any example code to get started with. Are there any example codes that use either of these EVMs? If not any examples for the AD85xx series will be great since most of these match my requirements.
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Two suggestions for you:
1. The installation from the DSK6713 CD includes Chip Support Library (CSL) and Board Support Library (BSL) files. Since the DSK has some ADC and DAC devices, the BSL includes APIs to drive those and example projects to use those. Source code is included. If you do not have that CD, please check with Spectrum Digital Support to find that target content.
2. Go to the TI Wiki Pages and search for "c6713 training" (no quotes). The old C6x1x training class material is posted to the TI Wiki Pages. It includes information that you need as someone new to this DSP kit, and it includes audio examples that will be good starter code for your project.
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