How to load program in ROM using LdrViewer for BF537?
what exactly do you mean by "ROM" ? by definition, a ROM is Read-Only, so you'd never be able to "load into it".
the ldrviewer utility is only able to boot an LDR over the UART. any other operation has to be done via VDSP and JTAG/ICE.
How to load in program in Flash using ldrviewer.
neha d wrote: Hi Mike, How to load in program in Flash using ldrviewer. Thanks,Neha
neha d wrote:
as per the previous reply, LDR Viewer does not offer any Flash Programming capabilities. LDR Viewer allows you to boot an LDR file via UART, as a sort of 'simulation' of a Flash boot.
If you want to program the Flash on your target, this needs to be done via JTAG (or by writing the flash part directly, if you have the capabilities). This can be done via the VisualDSP++ Tools, using the 'Tools'->'Flash Programmer' utility, which is documented under 'Help'->'Contents'->'Emulation Tools'->'Flash Programmer'. This requires on of our JTAG USB Emulators, more information on which is available here:
So, there are some third party offerings we can recommend to customers. 'Danville Signal' has a solution called the 'dspFLASH SHARC and Blackfin Programmer' which is a Production programmer that supports Blackfin processors and third generation SHARC processors. All that is needed is a standard ADI JTAG connection on your target. There is more information on their website at the following location:http://www.danvillesignal.com/analog-devices-development-tools/sharc-blackfin-programmer.html
Alternative solutions for mass production flash programming are available, for example those from JTAG.com may suite a users needs:http://www.jtag.com
Or the JTAG Flash Programmer from Ronetix:http://www.ronetix.at/flash-programmer.html
Other options exist, these are just a couple of examples. Additionally, most large-scale suppliers of Flash Parts can also offer the service of flashing the parts with a custom image, prior to soldering onto hardware.
Thanks for the detailed solution..
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