Part Number: TMDX5535EZDSP Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CCSTUDIO , C55X-AUDIOFRAMEWORK Hi Team,
When running the example codes for TMDX5535EZDSP, our customer encountered the error "could not open source file "ezdsp5535.h"". I found an E2E post with…
I misunderstood your requirement concerning Linux. I thought you needed Linux on the device. I understand now you need the USB audio class device to communicate with a Linux host.
The C5535 DSP might meet your needs.
The C5000 Connected Audio Framework…
Part Number: C55X-AUDIOFRAMEWORK We have noticed that we can get a memory corruption after calling ASRC_genOutInterpCoefs16b(). The function sometimes write outside the pbAsrcOutFifo buffer, and destroys the memory located behind the buffer. The function…
Part Number: C55X-AUDIOFRAMEWORK Tool/software: Code Composer Studio Using any CC7.x version importing C55x Audio Framework http://software-dl.ti.com/libs/c55x-audioframework/latest/index_FDS.html fail
Using CCSv6 no errors reported importing projec…
I suggest you check whether later C55x software version would work for you. Please see:
AER & VOLIB: https://www.ti.com/tool/TELECOMLIB
Audio framework: https://www.ti.com/tool/C55X-AUDIOFRAMEWORK
Part Number: TMS320C5517 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: C55X-AUDIOFRAMEWORK Why did you remove "USB Audio demo" from CSL? Now we only have an old CAF application that does not support CSL v3.xx and c5517. Is it possible to get an example from…
C55x Connected Audio Framework is recommended as a reference about USB audio projects.
According to "connected-audio-documentation.pdf" this demo software is tested on WinXP SP3 and Win7 but you have no need…
You can use as starting point C55x Connected Audio Framework at:
Also take a look at a similar E2E thread at:
and one more example project - C5515_eZdsp_Audio_Filter_Demo
This feature exists currently in the Connected Audio Framework (CAF).
This software uses the C5535 DSP (or similar family members) basically as a USB sound card.
The USB software is written and open source.
There are two places in the software…