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RTOS: Is it possible to replace FFTW3 library by FFTLIB

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Tool/software: TI-RTOS

Hello,

I'm using pocket beagle Octavo Processor with debian OS, I wanted to move my solution from debian to RTOS, so for the same I'm first checking the compatibility of FFTW3 library with RTOS.

Will it  be possible to use FFTW3 library in RTOS? or can we replace the FFTW3 library by FFTLIB.

Thanks in Advance...!!!!!!

  • Please indicate what device you are working on. If you look at the product folder for FFTLIB, you will see that FFTLIB is meant for C66x platforms and has APIs similar to FFTW but not exactly the same. You will need to re-write some portion of your API code for porting using FFTLIB.

    http://www.ti.com/tool/FFTLIB

    Regards,
    Rahul

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  • In reply to Rahul Prabhu:

    Thanks Rahul,

    I'm Working on Octavo Systems OSD335x-SM having Texas Instruments Sitara™ AM335x ARM® Cortex®-A8 Processor with debian OS, I want to move my design on RTOS due to power and space constraint, Currently I'm using FFTW3 library so I want to use the same or equivalent library on other hardware platform, I'm not that much aware of TI processor family can you suggest me a processor which will support FFTW3 library functionality, low power consumption with smaller footprint.

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