Starter Kit with Analog Devices Blackfin BF537
JTAG Emulator   Evaluation Board   Software
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Key Features
For an easy and quick start the package includes:
 
A Bluetechnix Evaluation Board with power supply
A PEEDI - High Speed JTAG Emulator and Flash Programmer with built-in GNU gdb support
Eclipse - an open source IDE (screenshot)
GNU Tools (compiler, linker, debugger, etc.)
u-boot - Bootloader
uClinux -Linux for microcontrollers without MMU
Analog Devices Blackfin Cross Development Guide
Linux GNU toolchains for Blackfin
Examples
Schematics
 
The Evaluation Board consists of a CPU Module CM-BF537E and a Base Board Eval-BF5xx:
 
CPU: Analog Devices (R) ADSP-BF537 Blackfin
Clock: 600 MHz
32 MB SDRAM
4 MB NOR Flash (see note)
PPI 16-bit
SPI
I2C
2x UART
CAN
SPP
Ethernet 10/100 Mbit, incl. Physical chip
31.5x36.5mm, 5 grams
RoHS compliant
On-Board core voltage regulator
Low voltage reset circuit
Single 3.3V supply voltage
2x60 pin 0.6mm pitch connector
 
Note: PEEDI supports virtual memory addressing which enables a linear programming and access to a device that is bigger than the visible external asynchronous memory space
ADSP-BF537 Key Features:
- 600 MHz High Performance core
- 132KB of on chip full speed SRAM
- 10-stage RISC MCU/DSP pipeline with mixed 16/32-bit ISA
- Powerful and flexible cache architecture
- Full SIMD architecture, including instructions for accelerated video and image processing
- Embedded IEEE 802.3 Compliant 10/100 Ethernet MAC with buffered oscillator output to a separate PHY
- Controller Area Network (CAN) 2.0B interface
- Two-Wire Interface Controller
- Glueless Video Capture/Display Port
- 182 Mini-BGA, 208 Sparse MiniBGA
- Core Voltage 0.8 - 1.2V
 
Download
GNU toolchains
README-uClinux-bfin
BFIN Cross Development Guide
SK-BF537
PEEDI User's Manual
Application notes
Eclipse User Guide