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block addressing

Question asked by drugoimir on Apr 6, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 14, 2014 by drugoimir

I'm referring to this post http://ez.analog.com/message/32330#32330

about "grown" blocks addressing and i'm facing the same problem.

In detail, i would have the addresses of a grown simple block, in my

case a linear gain, contiguous in order to have my inter-processor

communications more efficient.

But on my, quite large, project i see that, at least in one case, i see

that this is not respected: i have the addresses of a gain block one

at location 442, one at location 444.

In the post i attached, Brett said that grown blocks should have

contiguous addresses, but i'm guessing that this is not a fixed rule.

Isn't it?

If so, will i have to modify all sigma-dsp writes in order to transfer all

grown blocks parameters independently as they were belonging to different blocks ?

May AD try to optimize their sigma-studio compiler in order to achieve this ?

 

Thanks

Tom

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