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TI, MathWorks codevelop DSP development tools

Posted: 28 Aug 2002 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DSP? MathWorks MATLAB Link? Code Composer Studio Development Tools? CCStudio? Mathworks Embedded Target?

Texas Instruments Inc. and MathWorks have collaborated on two new tools designed to simplify development and speed time to market for DSP-based systems. The MathWorks MATLAB Link for Code Composer Studio Development Tools (CCStudio) and the Embedded Target for C6000 DSP platform are expected to provide DSP developers with problem-solving capabilities for faster system integration.

The MATLAB Link enables communication between MATLAB and TI's Code Composer Studio Development Tools, providing real-time software validation, analysis, and testing for all TI DSPs supported by CCStudio. Meanwhile, the MathWorks Embedded Target simplifies software design and analysis specifically for TI's C6000 DSPs, by enabling fast prototyping and direct generation of optimized code from MathWorks' Simulink system-level design tool.

"The tight integration of The MathWorks MATLAB and Simulink and TI's CCStudio will clearly reduce the code development time on TI's DSPs," said Will Strauss, analyst and president, Forward Concepts. "This is another development in making DSP software development easier."

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