Hi all,I am working in a University, with LabVIEW DSP Module with DSK6711. For some accademic research we are doing, we need to use multiple Analogue Inputs (using a 6711DSK Daughter Card), and we also need a higher sampling frequency than the DSP Module seems to allow for the 6711DSK (we need 32 kHz or more). I am wondering if we can modify/extend the DSP module to do this and what is the best approach.Question 1: Can I make the above changes just with the DSP module? Where should I start?
Question 2: I've read about the "Embedded Development Module" - is this a better option for what we want to do?
The first version of the LabVIEW DSP Module installed as a module into LabVIEW 7.1 Embedded Edition. This special version of LabVIEW was built for use with embedded and DSP targets. Three modules can add targets to this version of LabVIEW: LabVIEW Embedded Module for Blackfin Processors, LabVIEW Embedded Development Module, and LabVIEW DSP Module. You most likely do not have the LabVIEW Embedded Development Module installed/activated. If you see targets you listed, you have the LabVIEW DSP Module.I have inherited 2 PCs with installations as follows:"LabVIEW 7.1.1 Embedded Edition" with DSP 1.0Labview 8.2.1 with DSP 2.0Question 3: I am a bit confused about the capabilities of "LabVIEW 7.1.1 Embedded Edition" and "Embedded Development Module". With the installation I have inherited, I have "Embedded Project Manager" under Tools, but when I click on it, I see the "build" and "run" icons briefly and then they disappear - does this suggest I don't have "Embedded Development Module" installed? (The only target I can select on launching LabVIEW Embedded are DSK6711, DSK6713, Speedy33, and LabVIEW for Windows).
Question 4: Is there any literature on how the lower level of the DSP module works -I was assuming it was built with "Embedded Development Module", but I notice in a previous post from Michael P says "The LabVIEW DSP module does not make use of the LabVIEW C Code Generator, so the Elemental I/O implementation does not translate to the LabVIEW Embedded Development Module".
Thanks in advance,Kevin_M.
Thanks Michael P. for your assistance.
A Colleague has pointed me to ftp://ftp.ni.com/support/labview/labview_dsp/Importing C Code.zip, and I'm looking into using this RIDE code import utility.
Although we do not have step by step instructions for the TI 6416 DSK, the instructions for the TI 6711 DSK here: http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/371560c.pdf should be very similar to the instructions for the TI 6416 DSK and you should be able to readily use these instructions to interface the LabVIEW DSP module with the TI 6416 DSK.