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Release Notes for ADSP-CM41x EZ-KIT®
Board Support Package 1.0.0
© 2016 Analog Devices, Inc.
http://www.analog.com
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Contents
1 Release Dependencies
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2 Release Testing
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3 License Checking
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4 Release Content
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5 Source files for drivers and services
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6 Toolchain Support Files
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6.1
IAR Tool Chain Configuration files
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7 Additional Utilities
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8 Documentation
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9 Examples
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9.1
Power_On_Self_Test
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9.2
Examples for Drivers
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9.3
Examples for Services
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10 Location
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11 Contacting Technical Support
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12 Known issues with the ADSP-CM41x EZ-Kit Lite Board Support Package
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12.1
ADUCS06-437: Inconsistent IAR revision used for projects
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12.2
ADUCS06-237: No utility to convert M0 exe into M4 data
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12.3
ADUCS06-433: JLinkScripts interfering with NoFlash projects
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12.4
ADUCS06-438: Flash loader sources not included in BSP
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Thank you for installing the ADSP-CM41x EZ-Kit Lite® Board Support Package (BSP). The BSP
provides software and documentation in support of the ADSP-CM41x EZ-Kit Lite.
The Board Support Package is designed to work with IAR embedded workbench software
development tools. For more details on IAR, please visit http://www.iar.com
The ADSP-CM41x EZ-Kit Lite BSP provides comprehensive software support for the ADSPCM41x EZ-Kit Lite which includes drivers and services. The BSP also provides comprehensive
examples which demonstrate the on-chip drivers and services. The documentation for the device
drivers and services is included in the BSP.
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1 Release Dependencies
Requires IAR embedded workbench version 7.40 or later.
Requires Segger J-Link USB drivers version 5.0j or later.
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2 Release Testing
The BSP has been tested with the ADSP-CM419F EZ-KIT Lite BOM 1.1
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3 License Checking
The BSP software does not perform any license checking. Use of the BSP software is subject to the
Software License Agreement presented during installation.
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4 Release Content
This release contains the following sets of components:
Source files for device drivers and services. These components are authored by Analog
Devices, for use on the ADSP-CM41x processor.
Examples for device drivers and services. These components are authored by Analog
Devices, and demonstrate the use of the device drivers and services.
Toolchain support. These components are authored by Analog Devices, and are installed
into the toolchain to configure it to recognize the ADSP-CM41x processor family.
Additional utilities. These components are authored by Analog Devices, and assist in the
generation of applications for the ADSP-CM41x processor family.
Documentation
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5 Source files for drivers and services
The majority of source files and include files are generic, and apply to both the Cortex-M4 core
and the Cortex-M0 core. There are some core-specific files.
src
/drivers
Source files and include files for drivers
inc
/drivers
src
/services
Source files and include files for services.
inc
/services
src/M0
System and startup files for the Cortex-M0 core.
src/M4
System and startup files for the Cortex-M4 core.
inc/M0
System, startup, device and typedef include files for the Cortex-M0 core.
inc/M4
System, startup, device and typedef include files for the Cortex-M4 core.
osal
/noos
Operating System Abstraction Layer source files and include files for the no-OS
and Micrium uC/OS-III environments.
osal
/ucos-III
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6 Toolchain Support Files
The following common system infrastructure framework files are installed in the toolchain and
should be used in all projects.
6.1 IAR Tool Chain Configuration files
CM41x_M0.ddf
Debugger register display
CM41x_M4.ddf
CM41x_M0.i79
Device Database
CM41x_M4.i79
CM41x_M0.JLinkScript
J-Link LITE configuration
CM41x_M4.JLinkScript
FlashCM41x.*
Flash loader file
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7 Additional Utilities
This utility is installed into the tools subdirectory
PinMuxUI
Graphical pin mux configuration and code generation utility
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8 Documentation
ADSPCM41x_Software_for_IAR_ReleaseNotes.
pdf
Release Notes (this file)
2016-02-09-CM41x Click Thru SLA.pdf
Software License Agreement
ADSP-CM41x_EZKit_Lite_BSP_UsersGuide.pdf
How to use the BSP with the IAR Embedded
Workbench IDE.
CM41x_Device_Drivers_User_Guide.pdf
Describes general principles behind the
operation and usage of the Device Drivers and
System Services
adsp-cm41x-ezkit-manual.pdf
Manual for the ADSP-CM419F EZ-KIT
evaluation board
adsp-cm41x-ezkit-schematic.pdf
Schematics for the ADSP-CM419F EZ-KIT
evaluation board
adsp-cm41x-ezkit-bom.pdf
Bill of materials for the ADSP-CM419F EZKIT evaluation board
html/index.html
Reference material for the Device Drivers and
System Services APIs for each peripheral
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9 Examples
ADSP-CM41x processors are dual-core processors, with both a Cortex-M4 core and a Cortex-M0
core. The majority of examples are single-core examples, configured to be built for one core or the
other; several of the examples are supplied in two configurations, one for each core. The “mbox”
examples are dual-core examples: there is a project for each core, and the complete example
consists of both projects, running simultaneously on different cores of the same processor.
9.1 Power_On_Self_Test
This example allows you to test the many peripherals of the ADSP-CM41x EZ-Kit Lite. This
example is also pre-programmed into the on-board flash memory. By following the instruction in
the Readme_post.html file, you can also program this example into the EZ-Kit flash. This POST
was designed so that you can use the ADSP-CM41x push buttons to select a specific test to run.
The POST example is located in the examples directory:
ADSP-CM41x-EZ-KIT\Examples\Power_On_Self_Test\M4
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9.2 Examples for Drivers
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ADCC
CortexM0
CortexM4
Demonstrates ADC Controller, in linear and
circular modes
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CRC
CortexM4
Uses on-chip CRC controller
3
DACC
CortexM4
Demonstrates DAC Controller with on-chip
DAC, in linear and circular modes
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LCD
CortexM4
Demonstrates the LCD display, for graphics and
text
5
Math Unit
CortexM4
Demonstrates math acceleration.
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ProgramInfoSpace
CortexM4
Demonstrates updating the Info Space area of onchip flash
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SPI
CortexM4
Demonstrates data loop-back
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SPORT
CortexM4
Demonstrates SPORT loop-back
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TRU
CortexM0
CortexM4
Demonstrates triggers
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TTU
CortexM4
Demonstrates trigger timing
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UART
CortexM0
Demonstrates loop-back of data between Tx and
Rx
CortexM4
9.3 Examples for Services
1
GPIO
Cortex-M0
Cortex-M4
Demonstrates General-purpose I/O
Demonstrates Multi-core applications
2
MBOX
Cortex-M0
Cortex-M4
Demonstrates the mailbox between the two cores.
3
MDMA
Cortex-M4
Demonstrates the memory-to-memory DMA service
4
SMPU
Cortex-M0
Cortex-M4
Demonstrates System Memory Protection Unit
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SysTick
Cortex-M0
Cortex-M4
Demonstrates the System Tick
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Timer
Cortex-M0
Cortex-M4
Demonstrates the timer service
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10 Location
By default, the BSP software will be installed at the following location:
C:\Analog Devices\ADSP-CM41x\ADSP-CM41x_EZ_Kit_Lite
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11 Contacting Technical Support
Submit your questions online at:
http://www.analog.com/support
E-mail your Processors and DSP applications and processor questions to:
[email protected] OR
[email protected] (Greater China support)
For IAR tool chain support please visit
http://www.iar.com/support
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12 Known issues with the ADSP-CM41x EZ-Kit Lite Board
Support Package
12.1 ADUCS06-437: Inconsistent IAR revision used for projects
The majority of example projects in the BSP were saved with version 7.40.1 of the IAR EWARM
product. The following example projects were saved with version 7.40.3, and so require at least
that version to open them.
gpio/LED-M4-M0/M0
gpio/LED-M4-M0/M4
lcd/adafruit1480/lcd_graphics
lcd/adafruit1480/lcd_text
ProgramInfoSpace/M4/reportiar
ProgramInfoSpace/M4/trimiar
ProgramInfoSpace/M4/unlockiar
SysTick/M4
12.2 ADUCS06-237: No utility to convert M0 exe into M4 data
The recommended approach for multicore applications is that the Cortex-M0 application image is
loaded into the shared SRAM space at runtime, by the Cortex-M4 application. The gpio/LED-M4M0 multi-core example demonstrates this. However, in order to do this, it is necessary to convert
the Cortex-M0 executable into loadable data. This BSP does not contain any utility to perform this
operation. Please contact ADI at [email protected] for details on how to do this
conversion.
12.3 ADUCS06-433: JLinkScripts interfering with NoFlash projects
Applications mapped into SRAM rather than on-chip flash, such as the SysTick/M4-NoFlash
example, do not download successfully when using the default JLinkScripts. The symptoms are
that SRAM is blank after "download", and the fault LED light is illuminated. This problem can be
worked around by editing the *.i79 file and commenting out the JLinkScript line. For Cortex-M4
projects, this would mean editing arm/config/devices/AnalogDevices/CM41x_M4.i79 in the IAR
installation, and commenting out this line:
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JLinkScriptFile=$TOOLKIT_DIR$\config\debugger\AnalogDevices\CM41x_M4.JLinkScript
12.4 ADUCS06-438: Flash loader sources not included in BSP
The BSP includes a flash loader executable for programming the flash when downloading
applications in the IDE. The sources for this flash loader should be included in the BSP so that it
may be rebuilt, but they are missing.
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