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I want to boot the TMS320F28016 DSP from sci. I have embedded linux arm system, which should sent the firmware to the dsp, on boot. Is this possible?
I think this is a question about a C2000 device, not an MSP430, so I have moved the thread to the C2000 forum. http://e2e.ti.com/support/microcontrollers/c2000/f/171.aspx
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Yes, this is possible. Please read the User Guide for the F280x Boot ROM SPRU722.
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In reply to Mark Labbato:
in theory that's good, but I have no clue how to do that.
currently I have a "TMS320-P28016.out" file, could you explain how to use the hex2000 tool to generate the hex file. Do I also need a special loader or is it ok to send the hex date via the serial line?
In reply to Gerhard Schaden:
I still have this issue.
Can someone guide me to some documentation how to get from an out file to something I can send over the serial line.
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