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Part Number: TMS320F28069
Trying to adapt Lab05d into an application that I have, adding some code into the project.
This raised some intriguing questions in me, maybe someone can help. Maybe my question could be a silly one, but couldn't figure out an answer for myself, thought better addressed on this forum.
The code that I want to add into the project uses 2 DMA channels. I am using L5 DMARAM in conjunction with the DMA channels. From View->Memory Allocatio within CCS, I can see that L5 RAM is free, but not sure about the DMA channels though; Wondering whether the DMA resources what I am trying to use might be in use with the SpinTAC library ? I was thinking how to understand what resources are available/free when the SpinTAC library is used wrt Lab05d. Are there any other pitfalls in my thought process ?
Any thoughts ?
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In reply to Yanming Luo:
In reply to Manu Abraham:
You could use any DPSARAM sections supporting DMA except L8 part from 0x13800 to 0x14000, like L5, L6 or L7 is ok.
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