C5517 Evaluation Module (EVM)

(ACTIVE) TMDSEVM5517

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Description

The TMDSEVM5517is a general purpose evaluation module which includes all the hardware and software needed to evaluate the C5517 DSP. The C5517 DSP is a highly integrated solution offered in a simple package to reduce cost and development time. This solution provides nearly doubles the performance of previous generation of ultra-low power DSP devices while delivering power optimization to support longer battery life. This EVM allows quick and easy evaluation of the advanced capabilities of the C5517 DSP. The kit has an on-board (XDS100) emulator for full course-level debug capability and supports Code Composer Studio™ (CCStudio) Integrated Development Environment (IDE) version 5.x and eXpressDSP™ software which includes the DSP/BIOS™ kernel. The full contents of the EVM include C5517 board, CCStudio IDE Rev. 5.x, and an out-of-the-box peripheral demos.

Features

The TMS320C5517 delivers high-performance and an expanded peripheral set at low power to meet the needs of audio and video analytic applications. With 200MHz performance and less than .45mW of stand -by power, vs previous C55x product generations, the C5517 provides a foundation for a range of signal processing applications, including analytics, medical, mission critical, and radio applications. In addition, it adds multiple enhanced peripheral options including McSPI, McBSP, MMC/SD, USB, ADC and UHPI. All of these features can be tested and explored on the C5517 EVM.

Features of the C5517 EVM include:

  • C5517 ultra-low power DSP
  • TPS65023 power management IC
  • MSP430F5529 MCU
  • 2× AIC3204 audio codecs
  • On-board emulation (XDS100 class)
  • 128 Mb SDRAM Full documentation with source code on CD-ROM
  • Printed documents
    • C5517 Quick Start Guide
  • Miscellaneous
    • Power supply with international adapters
    • 2× USB cables
    • 1× 3.5-mm AUX cable

Software

Designers can readily target the TMS320C5517 DSPs through TI's robust and comprehensive Code Composer Studio IDE, including:

  • A complete Integrated Development Environment (IDE), an efficient optimizing C/C++ compiler assembler, linker, debugger, integrated CodeWright editor with CodeSense technology for faster code creation, data visualization, a profiler and a flexible project manager DSP/BIOS™ real-time kernel Chip Support Library.
  • Free, integrated software framework for USB audio class 1 and HID applications, including an out-of-the-box demo.
  • Chip Support Library Enhancement with extensive examples for chip and peripheral usage, including McBSP, McSPI and UHPI.


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TMDSEVM5517:
C5517 Evaluation Module (EVM)

$499.00(USD)




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ACTIVE PC  v1.0  APR 01 2014 
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Technical Documents
User guides (2)
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PDF 608 10 Apr 2017 1,333
PDF 295 09 May 2014 452
More literature (2)
*This is not an TI official document.
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Wiki* 24 Mar 2011
PDF 5062 20 Mar 2014 235

Software (1)

Name Part Number Software Type
C55x Connected Audio Framework  C55X-AUDIOFRAMEWORK  Application Software & Frameworks 

Development Tools (1)

Name Part Number Tool Type
Code Composer Studio (CCS) Integrated Development Environment (IDE)  CCSTUDIO  SW Development Tools, IDEs, Compilers 

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
TMS320C5517  Fixed-Point Digital Signal Processor  C5000 DSP 

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