Please excuse me for my amateurish question if it is, as I'm very new to this. I've posted this exact same question in another thread but there's no reply, so I'm reposting this as a new thread.
I'm currently using the C28346 Dim168 ControlCARD with a Blackhawk USB2000 JTAG (just some backgound info). What I would like to achieve is to load the code into the control card and run it using I2C boot mode.
I've ran the hex2000 utility and located the resultant file (.x00 .x01 .x10 .x11 etc.) at the hex2000 folder. The command I used is location> hex2000 filename.out -i2c8 -i2cpsc 29 -i2cclkh 5 -i2cclkl 10 -a
My questions are:
1)Which Hex Utility Output Format should I assign for the Hex Utility? ASCII-HEX, TI-Tagged or some others?
2)The next step will be to program the resultant data into the EEPROM found on the ControlCARD. If I do not have an EEPROM programmer, I can also use the C28346 MCU to program it to the EEPROM alternatively. I'm having problem with this as I could not understand the I2C to EEPROM from the example code found in SPRC876.zip file. Is there any more direct example code on accessing the EEPROM through I2C available, which I can try learning from?
I've tried searching in the TI literature as well as the E2E forum to no avail. If there's existing literature, please kindly point me to the literature.