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2011 IEEE SPEd (Signal Processing Society 14th DSP Workshop & 6th SPEd Workshop) Attendees

Enchantment Resort, Sedona, Arizona, Date: Thursday 6 January, 2011 Time: 14:00 - 17:30 "Moving Beyond the DSP and Teaching 32-bit Embedded Processors Using the BeagleBoard"

Welcome to the SPEd pre-workshop wiki. If you are an overachiever (not required) go here (ECE597_Installing_DSP_Development_Tools_c6run) to learn how to install the ARM and DSP development tools on your Linux system (Ubuntu 10.4 LTS is required). If you don't have Ubuntu installed, go here to learn how to install it in a virtual machine under windows.

These installs are not required for the workshop; however editing the the table below is.

The purpose of this page is to give you practice editing a wiki and to start building a community of BeagleBoard Educators. Click on the edit tab above and add your name to the list. You will have to create an eLinux account before you can edit the page.

--Mark

Name School/Company Linux/DSP Background Interests
Mark A. Yoder Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology,

Terre Haute, Indiana, USA

I've been using various flavors of Unix/Linux since the late '70s, but there is always more to learn.

I've taught a 'C6713 based DSP class years ago.

I teach 32-bit embedded with the Beagle. DSP is appearing everywhere now. The BeagleBoard is a great environment to teach DSP. Cathy Wicks Texas Instruments, University Program Manager Our Program www.ti.com/university helps academics use TI Hardware, Software and Chips in their projects and curriculum. I am a HUGE fan of Beagleboard and very interested to develop a community of teachers using it.
Your name here... Address Background Interests

ICASSP 2010 Workshop Attendees

The purpose of this page is to give you practice editing a wiki and to start building a community of BeagleBoard Educators. Click on the edit tab above and add your name to the list.

--Mark

Name School/Company email Interests
Mark A. Yoder Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology,

Terre Haute, Indiana, USA

[1] I teach 32-bit embedded with the Beagle. DSP is appearing everywhere now. The BeagleBoard is a great environment to teach DSP.
David V. Anderson Georgia Institute of Technology Teaching DSP using BeagleBoard as a real-time platform.
Andres Kwasinski Rochester Institute of Technology [2] Teaching DSP to Computer Engineers using real-world platforms.
Your name here... Address Email Interests

Labs

Here is a list of the hands on exercises we will be doing in the workshop. Many have suggestions for additional homework that you can do once you are back home and have a network connection.

  1. ECE597_ICASSP_Lab_1_Wiring_and_Running_the_Beagle
  2. ECE597_ICASSP_Lab_2_The_Boot_Sequence