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MDA-DSP MANUAL

(For Windows)

An Integrated Development Environment kit

Documentation Version 1.1

Midas Engineering co., ltd.


ACE Techno-Tower #906 197-22
Kuro-Dong Kuro-Gu, Seoul, Korea.
Tel. 82-2-2109-5964~7 Fax. 82-2-2109-5968
www.midaseng.com E_mail. midas1@midaseng.com
If, following assembly, you cannot get your kit to operate
satisfactory, the MIDAS Engineering co., LTD. is available for
assistance. This service is provided during the hours of 9
AM to 6 PM(KOREA Time), Monday through Friday. The
toll-free Hotline telephone numbers are:

82-2-2109-5964
The Hotline is intended expressly to help you get your kit
running and is not intended to assist you in circuit designs
or applications. If a problem cannot be remedied over the
telephone, you may return your assembled kit to MIDAS for
repair. Also, either a purchase order number for repairs must
be furnished to the MIDAS or a money order(no personal checks
please) must be included with the kit being returned.
Repairs resulting from defective components supplied with
your kit will be done at no charge, all repayments will be
refunds. Repairs necessitated as a result of customer error,
damage or misuse will be billed at a fixed, flat-rate charge
which will be quoted by the MIDAS.

NOTE
The MIDAS will not repair an MDA-DSP Kit that has been
modified and when circuity has been added to user design area,
may request that circuity be disconnected prior to submitting
the kit to the MIDAS for repair.
Table of Contents
MDA-DSP (For WIndows) Manual

Part1 Introduction 4
1-1 Specifications of the MDA-DSP kit 6
1-2 MDA-DSP Kit Address map 8

Part2 Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE 9


2-1 What is the IDE ? 9
2-2 Installation 10
2-3 Starting the MDA-DSP IDE 11
2-4 Executing the user program 26

Part3 Keyboard Monitor 30

3-1. Introduction 30
3-2 Using the Keyboard monitor 31
3-3 Keyboard 32
3-4 LCD Display 33
3-5 Basic operation 34

Part4 Experiment 41
Experiment1 ; EX101.C 41
Experiment2 ; EX102.C 44
Experiment3 ; EX103.C 47
Experiment4 ; EX104.C 50
Experiment5 ; EX105.C 53

Part5 MDA-DSP Circuit 54


1. Instruction

1.Introduction
The MDA-DSP kit is shown in Figure 1-1 contains all the
basic components necessary to understand TMS320C50
fixed-point DSP.

Figure.1-1 MDA-DSP Kit block diagram.


1. Instruction

The MDA-DSP Kit has a DSP, Memory (Monitor ROM and


RAM), keyboard, a LCD display, RS-232C, TLC320C40,
AD7805, DA712, application bus, etc.

Key features
Industry standard TMS320C50 fixed-point DSP
50[] instruction cycle
64K-byte ROM(27C5122)
32K-byte SRAM(622562)
Voice quality analog data acquisition via the TLC320C
40(analog interface)
Standard RCA connector for analog input and output
that provide direct connection to microphone and
speaker.
AD7805(16 bit A/D converter)/DAC712(16 bit D/A
converter) for analog input and output.
Stepping motor interface circuit
Status LED for DSP control signal indicate
Large LED for I/O experiment
LCD display for MDA-DSP kit and user communicate
Keyboard for machine language enter
XDS510 emulator connector
I/O expansion bus for external design.
I/O connector for peripheral device.
1. Instruction

Each function of the MDA-DSP kit components is


described below.
DSP(Digital Signal Processor) : The DSP use the TMS
320C50 with the clock 40[].

ROM(Read Only Memory) : The ROM use the EP-ROM


(27C5122). It contains the basic program to allow
user to control the MDA-DSP kit with the keyboard,
LCD display, data communication.

SRAM(Static Random Access Memory) : The SRAM is


(622562).
The information(data) can be inserted (written) into
RAM. The information can be also be read from
memory or altered by user.

LCD : The LCD display use for the data or control


information display. It has the 16(Character)4(Line).

KEYBOARD : It is a switch consisting of sixteen labeled


hexadecimal, eight function keys.
The keyboard is interfaced to system bus by the priority
encoder. Control information and data is entered into
system by the key.
1. Instruction

8251A & RS-232C : It use the IBM compatible PC to


communicate the data.

TLC32040 & RCA CONNECTOR : It uses the Voice


quality analog data acquisition via the TLC320C40.

AD7805/DAC712 : The AD7805/DAC712 with 16 bit A/D


& D/A converter use to convert the analog & digital
signal.

A/D, D/A CONNECTOR : It is connected the four A/D,


D/A channel through the multiplexor.

STATUS LED : The 12 LED use to indicate the current


status of the system; the DSP control bus, address bus.

LED & SWITCH : It use to I/O experiment.

8255A & I/O CONNECTOR(CON10): It use to I/O


experiment through the 8255A.

XDS510 PORT: The 14 pin(J5) emulator connector

I/O EXPANSION BUS : It is used to external design


(CON8, CON9).
POWER : The power spec. is the +5V(3A), +12V(1A),
-12V(0.5A).
1. Instruction

The Figure 1-2 is shown the address map of the MDA-


DSP kit.
Address Data
Address Program
0000H Memory mapped
0000H
Monitor Program 005FH register
0060H
(External EP-ROM) Block B2
07FFH 007FH
0800H 0080H
Reserved region
00FFH
0100H
User's Program Block B0
& Data save 02FFH
0300H
Block B1
2B7FH 04FFH
2B80H 0500H
Reserved region
MDA-DSP Kit's 07FFH
0800H
work Region User's data Memory
2BFFH 2B7FH
2C00H 2C00H MDA-DSP
2BFFH Work Region
Monitor's Region 8000H
User's data memory
Program Memory FF00H
FF80H MDA-DSP Kit's
FFFFH FFFFH memory mapped I/O

Figure 1-2 MDA-DSP kit address map


2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

2.Using the MDA- DSP KIT IDE

The chapter introduces you to the Integrated Development


Environment, telling you how to use it, and what it can do
for use.

WinIDE DSP can execute the assemble/compile in on screen


of Windows by making a source file( assembly language or C
language), is further linked to the MDA DSP kit to have all of
the RAM block and Memory Mapped Register ) of the MDA
DSP kit displayed on one screen, and can process the program
execution and single steps of the downloaded file with the
MDA DSP kit.
WinIDE DSP is to simply process all the jobs by simly
pressing the corresponding function keys in Windows 98SE/XP.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The WinIDE DSP CD-ROM provided by Midas Engineering


is the CD-ROM only to use the MDA DSP kit, and the
minimum conditions and installation procedures are as follows.
The minimum requirements.
Processor : PC based on the Pentium processor( 166MHz
or higher )
Operating System : Microsoft Window 98SE/XP.
Hard disk, VGA monitor, Serial port, mouse
CD-Rom driver.

The installation procedure.


The basic installation procedure is described below.
Double-click "My Computer" after inserting the WinIDE
DSP CD into the user's CD-ROM. (AUTO RUN was not
executed with the CD inserted into the CD-ROM ).
Double-click Setup.exe by reading the contents of the
user's CD-ROM driver.
Read the license agreement and click "Next" if you agree
with the agreement.
The installation progress status of WinIDE DSP is
displayed.
If the installation is successful, the execution file of
WinIDE DSP is created in the MIDAS folder, and the
installation has been successfully done.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The MDA-DSP IDE basic operation procedure is described


below.
Connect your RS-232 cable to either communication
port1 or port2 on your PC. The Fig. 2-1 is shown .

Fig. 2-1 PC - MDA-DSP RS-232C connection

Turn your MDA-DSP kit power on. The LCD display the
following message.

MDA-DSP Kit
MIDAS2109-5964
IDE Monitor !
PC Keyboard !

If the LCD does not display this message, follow the


steps below.
Move the T1 switch to the PC marking. The T1 is
located to the up-right part of the keyboard(marking
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

the T1).
T1

KIT PC

Figure 2-2 T1

Push the RES(reset) switch.

To execute the program by going to Start -> All


Programs -> MIDAS -> WinDSP, or Double-click
WinDSP.exe from the folder that you installed.

The WinDSP will try to connect to MDA-DSP kit.

After a few moments, the WinIDE logo screen is


displayed.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

If the connection of your PC's and MDA-DSP kit correct,


the main screen will be displayed.

If you don't see the main screen, choose communication


port.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

In case of the user's PC connected correctly, the WinIDE


DSP screen shows up.

Figure 2-4 WinIDE DSP main screen


2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

2-3-1 WinIDE DSP windows


A user has to fully know about the structure and operating
instructions of the WinIDE DSP program to correctly develop
the desired system with MDA-DSP so that they need to be
perfectly understood. The above screen is the main screen of
WinIDE DSP that is the integrated development environment of
MDA-DSP, and herein each window and menu are to be
explained for the first-time user.

The Main window.


Functions such as edit file, save file, assemble & link,
compile & link, download, etc. are available.

The Main & Sub Menus.


There are submenus for a main manu, and shortcut buttons
are made to execute the main menus and the submenus at a
time. If the cursor is placed on this shortcut button, the ballon
hemp shows up and lets the function of the shortcut button
known.

The Program Memory window.


The disassembled code for the program you are working
file is displayed here along with a address, machine
language, mnemonic code.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The blue line at the program window is the current cursor,


and is used to select a line of code for some action.
The cursor at the left of the program window is the
current PC location. To change the cursor, use the PC of
the MMR window.
Click the , button to page
through the program memory.
If you set the breakpoint, follow the steps.
Place the mouse cursor on the point to want
to set a breakpoint, and click it.
The line will be highlighted in red to show the
breakpoint.

The user program memory region of the MDA-


DSP kit is the 0800H~2B7FH.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The MMR(Memory Mapped Register) window.


The values displayed here are updated after a breakpoint is
encountered when executing normally, after every instruction
while single-stepping.

Note that the registers are now set to their default power on
value as defined by the WinIDE DSP.

The contents of the MMR( Memory Mapped Registers ) are


displayed. and some contents of the MMR can be modified with
the mouse and the keyboard of a personal computer.
If you alter the PC value, the color bar of the
program window may be change the positioning line.

The Ram Block window.


The block B2
The contents of the block B2(60H~7FH) are displayed.
and the contents of the block B2 can be modified with
the mouse and the keyboard of a personal computer.
The values displayed here are updated after a breakpoint
is encountered when executing normally, after
every instruction while single-stepping.
Note that the registers are now set to their default
power-on value as defined by the MDA-DSP IDE.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The block B0-B1


The contents of the block B0-B1(0100H~04FFH) are
displayed. and the contents of the block B0-B1 can be
modified with the mouse and the keyboard of a personal
computer.
The values displayed here are updated after a
breakpoint is encountered when executing normally,
after every instruction while single-stepping.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

Note that the registers are now set to their default


power-on value as defined by the MDA-DSP IDE.
The window may be scrolled up and down the vertical
size of the window.
Stack
This displays the contents of stack. This window can not
be written the data.

The Data Memory Window.


The contents of the data memory of MDA-DSP are
displayed, the contents of the data memory can not be
modified. Click the , button to page
through the data memory.

2-3-2 The Main Menu & Sub-Menu.


There are several main menus in WinIDE DSP, and there are
submenus in each main menu.
Place the mouse cursor on the menu to select and click it.
Press the alphabet character int the menu parentheses of
the main menu with key of a personal computer pressed.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

Each function of the Main & Sub Menus is described below.


The File Menu : File(N)
Executing the "File" menu has the submenu displayed as
follows, and executing the submenu has the screen
corresponding to the submenu displayed.
Ctrl+N, Ctrl+O, ..., etc. besides the submenu means the
hot keys,
Pressing the alphabet character with key of a personal
computer keyboard pressed means that the corresponding
submenu is executed.
The + representation means that another key is pressed
with key pressed.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The Edit Menu : Edit(E)


Executing the "Edit" menu has the submenu displayed as
follows, and executing the submenu has the function
corresponding to the submenu executed. The operating
instuctions of this menu is the same as the operating
instructions of the editor used in the general Windows.

The Work Menu : Work(W)


Executing the "Work" menu has the submenu displayed as
follows, and executing the submenu has the function
corresponding to the submenu executed.
If there is no error after "Assemble And Link" of an
assembly source file in the edit window, a hexa file is made.
If there is no error after "Compile And Link" of a C source
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

file in the file studio, a hexa file is made.


The hexa file is downloaded to MDA-DSP.

The submenus of Assemble And Link and Compile And


Link don't become active at the same time and are
automatically set up by the source file in the edit window.

The Dump Menu : Dump(D)


Executing the "Dump" menu has the submenu displayed as
follows, and executing the submenu has the function
corresponding to the submenu executed. The submenu of this
menu is to view the program and data memory of MDA-DSP.
The program memory of MDA-DSP is disassembled and
displayed.
The data memory of MDA-DSP is displayed.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

2-3-3 The shortcuts.

Key Function
Ctrl+N Create new file.
Ctrl+O Open an existing file.
Ctrl+S Save current document.
Ctrl+W Save as current document.
Ctrl+Q Exit program.
Ctrl+Z Undo last operation.
Ctrl+X Cut selected text to the clipboard.
Ctrl+C Copy selected text to the clipboard.
Ctrl+V Paste text from the clipboard.
Ctrl+F Find text.
Ctrl+A Select all text.
F3 Start assembling and linking.
F4 Start compiling and linking.
Ctrl+D The hexa file is downloaded to MDA-DSP.

2-3-4 Toolbar
: Create new file.
: Open an existing file.
: Save current file.
: Open a readonly file.
: Close a current file.
: Find text.
: Undo last operation.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

: Show line number.


: Assemble and link.

: Compile and link.

: The hexa file is downloaded to MDA-DSP.

: Display the program memory window.

: Display the data memory window.

: Execute code until a breakpoint is reached.
It is executed from the place indicated by the PC in
the MMR window.
This menu is not operated unless a program is not
downloaded in MDA-DSP.

: Execute an instruction.
It is executed by an instruction MMR from the place
indicated by the PC in the MMR window.
This menu is not operated unless a program is not
downloaded in MDA-DSP.

: Display a breakpoint list.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

2-3-5 Popup menu


The mouse cursor is placed on the arbitrary location of the
edit window and the right button of the mouse is pressed, the
pop-up menu of the file studio is displayed as in the figure
below.

Close file : Close a current file.


Assemble/Compile : Assemble or Compile and link.
Arrange : If the edit window, the MMR window, and the
RAM Block window are dispersed, they are arranged in the
proper place
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The procedure for creating programs with MDA-DSP kit to


run under WinIDE DSP is similar to that for creating programs
to run a hardware emulator or development board environment.
From creating the program to running the program is
described below.

Execute the File(F)-New menu(hot key +N), create a


new file.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

When the file editing end, save the file.

Execute the Work(W)-Assemble&Link menu(hot key ),


assemble & link the file.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

If the file is no error, progress next step . If an error occurs,


it reports an error message in the message window. Double
click on the error message to move to the source line.

Execute the Work(W)-Program Write menu(hot key


+D), load the hex file into WinIDE DSP & MDA-DSP kit.
2. Using the MDA-DSP KIT IDE

The downloading status will be displayed.

Click button, execute the file program.

Look at the MDA-DSP kit. If you stop the program,


press the "RES" button.
3. Keyboard Monitor

3. Keyboard Monitor

This chapter describes your "interaction" or "how you


communicate" with your MDA-DSP kit through the key pad
monitor. The monitor program resides in 32K byte ROM.
The program is "initialize" or ready whenever power is
turned on or your any time the RES(reset) switch is pressed
and allow to perform the following operations using the
Keyboard and LCD display.

Examine and modify program, block memory and


external memory within the TMS320C50 DSP
Examine and modify memory locations.
Enter and initiate execution of your own programs.
Evaluate execution(debug) of your program through the
monitor's single-step.
3. Keyboard Monitor

The MDA-DSP kit power on. The LCD display the


following message.

MDA-DSP Kit
MIDAS2109-5964
Now.. Machine
320C50 Keyboard

If the LCD does not display this message, follow the steps
below.
Move the T1 switch to the KIT marking. The T1 is
located to the right-upper part of the MDA-DSP kit.

T1

KIT PC

Figure 3-1 T1

Push the RES(reset) switch.


3. Keyboard Monitor

With the Keyboard monitor program, you enter both commands


and data by pressing individual keys of key board(The monitor
communicates with you through the LCD display). As shown in
Figure 3-2, the Keyboard is divided into two logical groups;
the 16 hexadecimal keys on the right-hand side and the 8
function keys on the left hand side.
FUNCTION HEXADECIMAL

RES PC C D E F

STP GO 8 9 A B

AD DA 4 5 6 7

+ - 0 1 2 3
Figure 3-2 Keyboard arrangement

The individual operation of the 8 function and 2 experiment


keys id defined below.

The RESET key allows to terminate any present activity and to


RES
return your MDA-DSP kit to an initialized state, MDA-DSP kit
initial message appears in the LCD display and monitor is ready
for command entry.

AD The AD key is used to enter the program, block memory or


external memory address.
3. Keyboard Monitor

DA The DA key allows you to enter the data in the program, block
memory or external memory.

+ The + key is used to increase the program, block memory or


external memory.

- The - key is used to decrease the program, block memory or


external memory.

GO The GO key is used to execute the your's program.

STP The STP key is used to execute a line on time of the your's
program.

PC The PC key is used to enter the program counter address.

Your MDA-DSP Kit uses the LCD display(16 x 4 lines) to


communicate with you. Depending on the current state of the
monitor, the information the:
Current contents of the MMR or PC, etc
An "echo" of a hexadecimal key entry
A monitor prompt sign
Current contents of memory location
3. Keyboard Monitor

When using the keyboard monitor, you will prompted through


the LCD display as to the input required.
Whenever the monitor is expecting a command entry, a
following message appears in the LCD display.

MDA-DSP Kit
MIDAS2109-5964
Now.. Machine
320C50 Keyboard

3-5-1 Writing the memory


You can be written the MDA-DSP Kit;
Program memory 0800H2B7FH,
Block B2 0060H007FH,
Block B0 0100H02FFH,
Block B1 0300H04FFH,
External data memory 8000HFFFFH

EX.1> Examining and modifying the program memory.

KEY LCD

RES AD M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A ddr. D a ta
The cursor is a address field 0800 8B00
3. Keyboard Monitor

DA 3 7 1 2 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
The cursor is a data field 0800 3712

+ 9 8 7 5 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0801 9875

You can be written the program memory(0800H~2B7FH).

EX.2> Examining and modifying the block B2.

KEY LCD
AD 0 0 6 0 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
The cursor is a address field 0060 0000

DA 1 2 3 4 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
The cursor is a data field 0060 1234

+ 5 6 7 8 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0061 5678

You can be written the block B2(0060H~007FH), block


B0(0100H~02FFH), block B1(0300H~04FFH).
3. Keyboard Monitor

EX.3> Examining and modifying the external memory.

KEY LCD
AD 8 0 0 0 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
The cursor is a address field 8000 0000

DA A B C D M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
The cursor is a data field 8000 ABCD

+ 0 1 0 2 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
8001 0102

You can be written the external memory(8000H~FEFFH).

3-5-2 Examining the MMR and registers.


You can be examined the MMR(Memory Mapped Registers)
and registers. You can be used the +, - key.

KEY LCD
RES PC M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
You can be written the PC
PC 0800 8B00
3. Keyboard Monitor

+ N e x t P C :0 8 0 0 C :1
O V :0 T C :0 D P :0 0 0
A C C :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A C C B :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

+ P R E G :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T R G 0 :0 0 0 0 T R M :1
TREG1:00 TREG2:0
PM:0 OVM:0 SXM:0


If you escape, press the any function key.

3-5-3 Running the program


After You enter the machine language program, you can
be executed the program.
The sample program
Machine
Address language Mnemonic code
0800 BC 00 LDP1 #0 ; Clear DP
0801 B9 12 LACL #12H ; load ACC the 12H
0802 90 60 SACL 60H ; Store ACC the 60H
0803 BE 51 TRAP ; Monitor return

Entering the machine language program


KEY LCD
RES DA M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
0800 8B00
3. Keyboard Monitor

B C 0 0 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0800 BC00

+ B 9 1 2 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0801 B912

+ 9 0 6 0 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0802 9060

+ B E 5 1 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0803 BE51

Running the program by the STP key


KEY LCD
RES PC M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
PC 0800 BC00

Execute the LDP #0 instruction


STP N e x t P C :0 8 0 1 C :1
O V :0 T C :0 D P :0 0 0
A C C :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
A C C B :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3. Keyboard Monitor

PC M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
PC 0801 B912

Execute the LACL #12H instruction


STP N e x t P C :0 8 0 2 C :1
O V :0 T C :0 D P :0 0 0
A C C :0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
A C C B :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PC M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
PC 0802 B912

Execute the SACL 60H instruction


STP N e x t P C :0 8 0 3 C :1
O V :0 T C :0 D P :0 0 0
A C C :0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
A C C B :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Result
AD 0 0 6 0 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0060 0012
3. Keyboard Monitor

Running the program by the GO key

KEY LCD
RES PC M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A dd r. D a ta
PC 0800 BC00

GO N e x t P C :0 8 0 4 C :1
O V :0 T C :0 D P :0 0 0
A C C :0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2
A C C B :0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Result
AD 0 0 6 0 M D A - D S P K it
M id a s 2 1 0 9 - 5 9 6 4
A d d r. D a ta
0060 0012
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