Audio processors – Support & training
Video training for developing voice enabled embedded systems
|Running the Audio Benchmark Starter Kit on the EVMK2G||This how-to video shows a new user how to reproduce the Audio DSP benchmarks on the 66AK2G02 processor EVM by building a pre-built project in the Code Composer Studio development environment.||Watch training video|
|Embedded Processor Voice-Recognition Systems Training Series||This training series provides an introduction to voice recognition and some of the basic concepts ofaudio systems that use voice as a user interface. It provides a guide to required components andhow they match to embedded processors and other devices available from Texas Instruments. Andit takes a look at the software, tools, designs, and demonstrations available from TI for building yourown voice recognition and processing application.||Watch training video|
|Audio System Hardware with Voice as User Interface||This training identifies the hardware components required to build an application with voice recognition capability, including C55x, C674x, K2Gx, OMAP-L137, PCM186x, TAS5760M, TPA3136D2, TAS2555, and TLV320DAC3203. It describes the criteria for matching devices to application requirements, such the number of mics (ADC choice, DSP MIPS needed), pre- and post-processing features (DSP MIPS), and power required for audio output (which amp to use).||Watch training video|
|Voice Processing Tools and Software for K2G and C5517 Designs||This training addresses some of the basic concepts associated with the voice recognition processing technique known as beamforming, as well as an introduction to the design tools, hardware, and software that are deployed in the real-time beamforming demonstrations available from TI for the EVMK2G and TMDSEVM5517 development platforms.||Watch training video|
|Demonstrating Voice Pre-Processing on the EVMK2G||This video demonstrates the voice pre-processing TI design for the EVMK2G platform. It covers the hardware and software requirements, the demonstration setup, and the execution of the demonstration on the EVMK2G using Code Composer Studio.||Watch training video|
C66x DSP architecture training
|KeyStone C66x DSP CorePac Overview||This module discusses how high performance can be achieved within each C66x DSP core. Topics include C66x DSP CorePac architecture, Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD), memory access, and software pipelining.||Watch training video|
|KeyStone Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)||This module describes the differences between the TMS320C674x instruction set architecture and the TMS320C66x instruction set included in the KeyStone CorePac.||Watch training video|
C66x DSP memory and transport training
|KeyStone Multicore Navigator||This module provides an introduction to the architecture and functional components of the Multicore Navigator, which includes the Queue Manager Subsystem (QMSS) and Packet DMA (PKTDMA).||Watch training video|
|KeyStone Multicore Navigator: Queue Manager Subsystem (QMSS)||This module provides a detailed look at the functional elements of the QMSS and provides information on programming QMSS through the use of registers and low level drivers.||Watch training video|
|KeyStone Multicore Navigator: Packet DMA||This module provides a detailed look at the infrastructure and functional aspects of the PKTDMA and provides information on programming PKTDMA through the use of registers and low level drivers.||Watch training video|
|KeyStone Inter-Processor Communication (IPC)||This module provides an overview of the hardware and software that transports data and/or signals between threads of execution in KeyStone I C66x DSP multicore devices.||Watch training video|
C66x DSP external interfaces training
|KeyStone External Interfaces (EMIF-A, UART, I2C, SPI, TSIP)||This module provides an overview of selected external interfaces on KeyStone devices including UART, I2C, SPI, TSIP, and EMIF-A.||Watch training now|
|KeyStone Serial Rapid IO (SRIO)||This module takes a look at the new features and enhancements of the SRIO on KeyStone devices.||Watch training now|
DSP software and tools training
|KeyStone II Software Overview||This module describes the software development ecosystem for the KeyStone II DSP+ARM multicore devices from both a Linux and SYS/BIOS perspective.||Watch training now|
|KeyStone Power Management||This module provides an overview of the C66x power domain topology, power-saving features, power and clocking domains, power states, and Smart Reflex.||Watch training now|
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