I s the VDK C++ source code for the BF537 device drivers: timers, uarts, SPI, Sports available? The examples directory has AD1854.cpp and AD1871.cpp but is that all?
In the interest of clarity; VDK is our real-time Kernel, but we do not provide example "VDK Device Drivers" with the VisualDSP++ tools. We do, however, provide Device Drivers conforming to our System Services and Device Drivers, which are completely separate from VDK.
We do not provide VDK source code. We do provide a wealth of Device Drivers in the VisualDSP++ development tools distribution at "...\Blackfin\lib\src\drivers\...".
We provide Device Drivers for all the on-chip peripherals (such as UART, SPI, SPORT), we provide services for things like Timers, PWM, etc (their source is at "...\lib\src\services\"), and we also provide device drivers for off-chip peripherals that are used on our EZ-KITs (e.g. specific ADCs, DACs, ethernet PHYs, etc).
You should find what you're looking for in those directories, but let me know if you can't find what you're looking for, and I'll let you know if/where it's available.
Thank you for your prompt reply. I am using the real time kernel (VDK) and I need to utilize the builtin resources of the BF537. The VDK device driver format and structure demonstrated in the A/D and the DAC drivers used in the example “Talkthrough-3-2” does not appear in the device drivers you suggested. Are these files simply a starting point?
I must admit I had overlooked those Getting Started examples when making the bold statement that we don't have "VDK Device Driver" examples... my apologies.
I would actually try to urge you towards the Device Drivers of "System Services and Device Drivers" fame, rather than using "VDK Device Drivers" which use the structure you see in the Talkthrough-3-2 example, as these can also be used in VDK, and we do have a greater deal of available device drivers (including those on-board peripheral device drivers).
There is a video on our On-Line Training page called "Using System Services Library and Device Drivers with VisualDSP++ Kernel in Blackfin Applications", which should be of interest to you, as it actually uses the BF537 EZ-KIT Lite as an example an implements an audio talkthrough with push-button control.
That’s great news….
Thank you CraigG,
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