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Hands-On DSP Programming, Testing and Debugging Workshop
October 13-14, 2004
Vancouver, BC

Detailed Program

Wednesday, October 13th, 2004

09:00 11:00

John Evora, Texas Instruments

         Texas Instruments DSP Platforms

         DSK Block Diagram 

        C55X High-Level Architecture Overview

11:00 13:00

 
Tareq Shahwan, Texas Instruments

       C5510 Device Overview

       Reset and Bootload Options

       C55xx Code Optimization Techniques and Hints 

       C55xx Pipeline

       Dual MAC Instruction and Some Application Specific Instructions

       C55xx Addressing Modes

       C55xx Specific Power Conservation Methods

       C5510 Memory Map 

       TI CCS Tools

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break

14:00 18:00

 

Michael Tsiroulnikov, MIKET DSP Solutions

        Efficient Programming Techniques with TI C55x emphasis

a. introduction

b. processor highlights

        - dual MAC

        - 3 data ptrs

        - program cache

        - zero overhead nested loops

        - DARAM

c. multi-rate signal processing - intro

        - subsampling limits

        - complex domain vs. real domain sampling

d. realizing a generic filterbank

e. data structures

f. C and ASM code

g. example of MFR.1/2

        - fixed-spaced freqs

        - limited energy range

h. input, energy and freq estimation

i. other applications

        - DTMF

        - call progress

        - matched filters

        - adaptive subband processing

        - etc

j. conclusion

Thursday, October 14th, 2004

09:00 12:00

 

Michael Tsiroulnikov, MIKET DSP Solutions

        Methods of Efficient Testing and Debugging DSP   Programs

a. introduction

b. DSP programming as a multi-step procedure

    MATLAB -> Floating point C -> fixed point C >

    fixed point DSP C -> ASM

c. data structures, test oriented. No stack variables.

d. C/ASM function call conventions

e. program flow structuring, logic -> C, SP -> asm

g. divide & conquer. function size.

h. fixed point digital filter design potential flaws

        - FIR vs. IIR

        - min phase (polystab) FIR implementation of IIR

        - arbitrary waveform saturation test

        - etc

i. what is not possible to test

        - but what shall not be forgotten or overlooked

j. test case building

        - large signal,

        - max strength signal,

        - saturation,

        - stalling effect,

        - rounding,

        - pointer justification,

        - memory trash,

        - ! no interrupt/pipeline testing

l. conclusion

 

12:00 - 13:00

Lunch Break

13:00 18:00

 

Michael Tsiroulnikov, MIKET DSP Solutions

        Hands-on DSP Programming and Code Debugging
(using TI C5510 Board)