C6000 DSP + Arm – Design & development
We provides key runtime software components and documentation to further ease your development. The following software components are the ones most widely used with the C6000 DSP + Arm devices.
Code Composer Studio IDE is an Eclipse-based integrated development environment for TI's DSPs, microcontrollers and application processors. Code Composer Studio IDE includes a suite of tools used to develop and debug embedded applications.
Includes compilers for each of TI's device families, source code editor, project build environment, debugger, profiler, simulators and many other features.
TI provides optimized libraries that are commonly used in signal processing applications. These routines are typically used in computationally intensive real-time applications where optimal execution speed is critical.
Multiple platforms are available to enable developers to explore the full functionality of the DSP + Arm processors.
The OMAPL138 development kit will enable fast and easy DSP software and hardware development. This scalable platform will ease and accelerate software and hardware development of everyday applications that require real-time signal processing and control.
The EVMK2Ex is a full-featured development tool for 66AK2E02 and 66AK2E05 SoCs.
EVMK2H is a fully featured development tool or 66AK2H06, 66AK2H12 and 66AK2H14 SoCs.
The K2G Industrial Communications Engine (ICE) enables 66AK2Gx processor developers to immediately start development, demonstration and test of industrial communication protocols for products such as PLC, bus controllers, motion control and other real-time industrial networked applications.
You know what processor you want to use, you ordered the hardware tools and downloaded the software tools, now you need to know what support resources are available in case you have any questions.
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Training & videos
The following training videos are available for C6000 DSP + Arm processors: