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[[Image:Davincilogo.gif|right]]'''Texas Instruments DaVinci™ is a family of multimedia system on chip processors for embedded application.''' Most of DaVinci processors based of of ARM and DSP microprocessor cores.
 
[[Image:Davincilogo.gif|right]]'''Texas Instruments DaVinci™ is a family of multimedia system on chip processors for embedded application.''' Most of DaVinci processors based of of ARM and DSP microprocessor cores.
 
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DaVinci SDK uses [[U-Boot]], [[MontaVista]] Linux, [[OpenEmbedded]]
 
DaVinci SDK uses [[U-Boot]], [[MontaVista]] Linux, [[OpenEmbedded]]

Revision as of 19:05, 1 August 2011

Davincilogo.gif
Texas Instruments DaVinci™ is a family of multimedia system on chip processors for embedded application. Most of DaVinci processors based of of ARM and DSP microprocessor cores.

DaVinci SDK uses U-Boot, MontaVista Linux, OpenEmbedded

Important resources

Programming

Example Program.gif - Blinking LEDS on the EVM over I2c - EVM_LED_Blinking.c

Example Program.gif - Simple TTY host program to access serial port - EVM_comz.c

Example Program.gif - PWM kernel driver (char driver) - PWM.c Good example for your own device drivers

Example Program.gif - Accessing an I2C temperature sensor - temp_sens.c

Example Program.gif - Useful I2C routines - I2Croutines.c

Guide.jpeg - Overclocking the EVM EVMoc

Hardware Hacks

Hack.jpg - Adding a second MMC / SD slot - Second MMC / SD

Hack.jpg - Installing some input buttons - Input buttonz

Hack.jpg - Adding I2C devices (e.g. Temp Sensor) - I2C Mods

Mailing Lists and Useful Links

Misc Info