Do necessary modify a CLDP device driver to flashing a lowest members of DSP family?

Typically, a DSP KIT contain a highest member of a DSP family, and software iclude a CLDP device driver for flashing the board or a DSP on board flash.

For example, we need to flash, a ADSP-BF514F16 (or old F4), by ICE-100B, placed on a self designed PCB board.

Do necessary to modify

\Analog Devices\ADSP-BF518F_EZKIT-Rel1.0.0\BF518F_EZ-Board\Blackfin\Examples\Device_Programmer\serial\*.*


Where to obtain additional information about communicate and interaction of the code parts?

  • Hi,

    I have moved this discussion from the Processors and DSP community to the CrossCore Embedded Studio and Add-ins community.

    The CrossCore Embedded Studio tools do not contain a Device Programmer Interface Application (DPIA) for the internal flash on the BF51xF parts. The Board Support package for the BF518F EZ-KIT Lite also only contains DPIA projects for the External Parallel and External Serial flash on these KITs.

    Attached is a DXE file which was generated by converting the DXE from VisualDSP++ using the elf2elf.exe converter, which can be used to program the internal flash on the EZ-KIT Lite.

    The attached DXE is only for the 4Mb version of the part - a separate DPIA is required for the newer 16Mb versions, and can be found here:

    Impact of New On-Chip Flash for BF51xF Designs


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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Jul 17, 2014 2:10 PM

    Thanks, it is done!

    But second issue, about interaction, may still active.