EL 6183 Week No 1 - Polytechnic University EL 6183 EE 4163...

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Polytechnic University EL 6183 EE 4163 DSP lab Lab #1 Introduction to, and testing of, the: DSK TMS320C6713 1
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A) Objectives At the end of this lab, students Will know the different components on the DSK board Will learn how to test the DSK board Will have basic knowledge of the Code Composer Studio (CCS) v3.1 i. Building a new project ii. Loading and running a program iii. Monitoring the watch window iv. Creating compiler and linker options Will build 3 projects that will be used as testing tools later. B) Lab Report For lab report #1, in addition to the traditional well formatted cover page, the signed pages of this lab, and the conclusion, students are expected to: write down the steps necessary to launch any CCS feature, include a screen capture of every single feature learned in this lab, explain the choices made if any, etc. C) Getting Started I. Take out the DSK board, the power supply and the USB cable . Handle the board with care to avoid static discharge. 2
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The DSK TMS320C6713 board contains: 1. the C6713 DSP processor which handles both fixed point and floating processing 2. the TLV320AIC23 which is a 32 bit AD and DA converter 3. 4 input/output connectors: MIKE IN (for microphone input), LINE IN (for line input), LINE OUT (for line output), HEADPHONE (for headphone output) 4. the 225 Mhz clock 5. a set of 4 multipurpose dip switches, that among others, can be used to test the board and can be read through programming. 6. a set of 4 LED indicators 7. 1.26V and 3.3 V voltage regulator 3
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As supporting material, we will be using speakers (or headphones) and microphones, II. Connect the DSK board to the PC using the USB cable III. Connect the speaker to the LINE OUT connector. (or the HD OUT connector) IV. Be sure that all 4 dip switches are up. As a result, 16 combinations can be created with the switches that can be used in program for several purposes. V. Connect the power to the board. The board will conduct the Power On Self Test (POST) procedure. The LED will turn on in a pattern that corresponds to counting in binary up to the number 15 (because all switches are up which correspond to 1111). If everything is OK, after reaching 15, all 4 LED’s will blink a couple of times and stay ON. The POST will also send a 1 kHz tone to the speaker. VI. To launch the CCS Integrated Development Environment for the first time, 1. Click on Start, Program, Texas Instrument, Code Composer Studio 3.1. 2. Or Click on the C6713 DSK CCS icon on the monitor 3. Important Icons Used in Code Composer Studio v3.1 i. This list of icons is important in helping you to traverse through the Code Composer Studio IDE. These icons will be referred to throughout this lab course 4
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VII. Quick Test of the DSK from CCS First, you have to establish the JTAG connection between the board and the PC.
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2010 for the course EE ee taught by Professor Ee during the Spring '10 term at Istanbul Technical University.

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EL 6183 Week No 1 - Polytechnic University EL 6183 EE 4163...

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