Part Number: TMS320DM8167 HI,
I have a motherboard 80136171 from an NVR with a tms320dm8167scyg processor. i want to put linux on sd card and connect it to spi bus. the ultimate goal is to get a NAS server.
what i learned:
1) the built-in spi flash has…
Part Number: TMS320DM8167 Hello,
I know this information has to be somewhere in the user manual but i can't quite find it. I am testing RAM using a GEL File script via CCS. I am doing a WR_MEM_32 and then reading it back with RD_MEM_32. On one of…
Part Number: TMS320DM8167 Hello team,
Our customer is using TMS320DM8167 for a long time. Also, customer plans to continue to use this device, at least, for ten years. Therefore, customer would like to confirm whether or not TI has a plan to designate…
Part Number: TMS320DM8167 Hi Team,
Please help me answer the follow question from my customer, thank you so much.
1. What are the power requirements for TMS320DM8167? Are there any requirements regarding ripple voltage for each power supply used? 2. The…
Part Number: TMS320DM8167 Dear Genius Colleague,
My customer Hikvision is using TMS320DM8167ACYG2 and they got a question. Whether it supports PCIE 8-bit read ? (readb())
It seems to read the register by 32 bits.
Thanks a lot for kind help and happy thanksgiving…
Part Number: TMS320DM8167
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I have a problem like below picture. It suddenly occurred while running firmware few hours. I don't use any OS (such as TI RTOS).
I don't know why it occurred and how I debug to fix…
If you need very productive processor without 3D acceleration you could look at the overview of the DM8167 or DM8168 with 3D acceleration:
An other decision is the DM3725/30 processors: