TMDXLCDK6748

TMS320C6748 DSP Development Kit (LCDK)

TMDXLCDK6748

Overview

The TMS320C6748 DSP development kit (LCDK) is a scalable platform that breaks down development barriers for applications that require embedded analytics and real-time signal processing, including biometric analytics, communications and audio. The low-cost LCDK will also speed and ease your hardware development of real-time DSP applications. This new board reduces design work with freely downloadable and duplicable board schematics and design files. A wide variety of standard interfaces for connectivity and storage enable you to easily bring audio, video and other signals onto the board.

The LCDK does not have an onboard emulator. An external emulator from TI or a third-party will be required to start development.

SPECIAL NOTE:

The TMDXLCDK6748 has being replaced with the TMDSLCKDK6748.  The TMDS has the same performance, price and features as the TMDX, and is available via the TI Store.

  • Integrated floating-/fixed-point DSP with up to 456 MHz performance
  • Software, expansion headers, schematics and application demos
  • SDKs, DSP/BIOS RTOS, drivers, stacks and protocol, algorithm libraries, flash and boot utilities and StarterWare

Technical documentation

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More literature TMS320C6748 DSP Development Kit May 30, 2012
More literature OMAP-L138 & C6748 Development Kit (LCDK) Wiki May 29, 2012

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Software development

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT (SDK)
BIOSSW-C6748TMS320C6748 SYS/BIOS Software Development Kit (SDK)
LINUXSDK-OMAPL138Linux Software Development Kit (SDK) for OMAP-L138 Processors

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