BeagleBoard/GSoC/PRUs to offload processing of raw data
PRUs to offload processing of raw data
The idea is to be able to access on-board peripherals like the McSPI, McASP etc from the PRUs and to be able to use fetch data directly from these peripherals. This will allow to offload processing of the Raw data onto the PRUs. The project will basically involve developing C libraries for the PRUs to connect to these peripherals, developing DT overlays for the peripherals to be used and developing Drivers to reserver the device on behalf of the PRUs.
Student: Rishabh Sheth
Mentors: Zubeen Tolani
This project is currently just a proposal.
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School: Dharamsinh Desai University
Primary language: Hindi, English
Typical work hours : 9AM-6PM IST
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