Re: how to make serial port of PC to be compatible for serial communication of ADSP 21062

Hi,

Could I ask you to provide additional information for this question. Are you simply looking for example application code for communicating - via serial port - between a 21062 target and the PC (e.g. PC running HyperTerminal, or similar host terminal)?

Regards,

Craig.

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on May 16, 2012 3:51 PM

    Hi,

    you appear to have branched my reply to a new thread; could I ask that you do not branch any discussions that are on-topic, and related to the current thread. If you have additional questions that are not relevant to the current topic, please post a new thread.

    Regarding this issue, you will not be able to access the PC's serial port as though it were a serial port peripheral on the 21062. Without a SHARC 21062 hardware target, you are limited to simulating the core of the 21062, and select peripherals. These simulated peripherals can be interacted with through streams - which either stream data to or from files on the PC.

    For example, you can have a *.dat file on the PC containing "input" data for a peripheral, or an empty *.dat file on the PC that will capture output from a simulated peripheral. Configuring streams in the Simulator will allow you to direct data from the 'input' dat file to a specific simulated peripheral, or output data from a peripheral could be sent to the 'output' dat file.

    For more information on streams and the simulator, please see the help under:

    'Help: Graphical Environment: IDDE: Debugging: Simulation Tools'

    'Help: Graphical Environment: Simulation: SHARC'

    From the information you have provided, however, I believe hardware will be the only option to provide the functionality you are looking for.

    Regards,

    Craig.

  • hi,

    I din't have the processor. So I want to emulate PC so that it can act as the processor