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Support Guidance for C5416, C5502, C5504, C5505, C5509A, C5510A, C5514, C5515, C5532, C5533, C5534, C5535.
Q: I’m developing an application based on TI’s C5000 family of digital signal processors and saw that these were recently listed as NRND. I have some questions and need some support. Can you help me? Do you have alternatives to these processors?
A: Thanks for reaching out. The parts mentioned above are not recommended for new designs (NRND) and will have very limited support from TI, but will continue to be in production to support existing customers*. While not a direct replacement we currently support the TMS320C5517 DSP, as part of the C5000 low-power DSP family. You may also want to consider evaluating a C6000 fix and floating point DSPs as a migration path. While they are not direct replacements for the various C5000 DSPs, we recommend evaluating the following devices(s) as potential alternatives:
Should you choose to continue your design with the C5000 DSPs, see below for product information and additional resources:
Each device’s product folder on TI.com includes more information on the part and lists available documentation and software:
You may also search the E2E forums for archived posts of previous discussions which may help address your questions.
Finally, for additional design support for your C5000 applications design, you can reach out to one of the following third parties:
Adaptive Digital Technology
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