I am planning to do some audio processing using this DSP. I came to know that interfacing DSP's with LabVIEW is easy, I thought of trying it myself.
I have little experience with DSP's.
So, how do I proceed?
National Instruments provide examples and information on the ELVIS interface, used by some of our EZ-KIT Lites to provide easy connectivity between the KIT and LabView. However, this interface is not provided on the BF535 EZ-KIT Lite. It is available on the BF537 and BF538 EZ-KIT Lites.
National Instruments also produce a product called 'LabVIEW Embedded Module for Analog Devices Blackfin Processors', which can be found onlineat the following location:http://www.analog.com/en/embedded-processing-dsp/blackfin/LABVIEW_EMB_BF/products/product.html
The available modules include the VDSP-LABVIEW-EVAL and VDSP-LABVIEW-EMB. The difference between these modules is the evaluation module includes a 60 day fully featured evaluation platform whereas the embedded module includes a FULL development system.
Additionally, you can find details of LabVIEW embedded here:
Note, there is an Online Training Module called 'Introduction to NI Labview', available on our Training Modules page at the following location: www.analog.com/vld
Included with the Labview module is a BF537 EZ-KIT. However you can use the BF548, BF527 and BF561 EZ-KIT. Have a look at the following comparison table for more information:http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/7428
Note that all support for the LabView product is dealt with by National Instruments. You can access their technical support via the National Instruments website at:http://www.ni.com/support/
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