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October 19, 2012
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Offered for its KeyStone-based TMS320C665x multicore digital signal processors (DSPs), these multicore-DSP evaluation modules enable developers to quickly begin with the design of small or portable devices incorporating the manufacturer’s three newest DSPs. Combining fixed- and floating-point capabilities, the TMDSEVM6657L and TMDSEVM6657LE deliver high performance in real time at low power levels and have a small form factor of 21 × 21 mm, making them power and space efficient. They have abundant on-chip memory coupled with an efficient high-bandwidth external memory controller. Both evaluation modules include a free multicore software development kit, the supplier’s integrated development environment, and a suite of application-demonstration codes designed to enable programmers to get up to speed quickly on the new platform. In addition, they include an embedded emulator. Under normal conditions, the three DSPs operate at 3.5, 2.5, and 2 W.
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