world leader in high performance signal processing
Trace:

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

main [2014/09/10 10:47]
sonicz [Professional Services]
main [2016/07/06 10:20] (current)
daveg Page title is now Blackfin specific, added reference to Linux for ADSPSC5xx
Line 1: Line 1:
-====== Analog Devices Open Source Projects ======+====== Analog Devices Open Source Projects For Blackfin Processors ======
 This site is the central location for open source and free software and hardware projects targeted for use with certain members of the Analog Devices Blackfin processor family, and Analog Devices peripherals (and their associated Linux drivers). In addition to a wide range of applications, this site also focuses on supporting Open Source hardware and software tools, including the GNU GCC toolchain, u-boot boot loader and the buildroot distribution. It is sponsored and supported by a small team from Analog Devices. This site is the central location for open source and free software and hardware projects targeted for use with certain members of the Analog Devices Blackfin processor family, and Analog Devices peripherals (and their associated Linux drivers). In addition to a wide range of applications, this site also focuses on supporting Open Source hardware and software tools, including the GNU GCC toolchain, u-boot boot loader and the buildroot distribution. It is sponsored and supported by a small team from Analog Devices.
 +
 +**Analog Devices Linux for ADSP-SC5xx Processors**
 +
 +Analog Devices has introduced a new Open Source product for it's ADSP-SC5xx family of processors.
 +The Linux Add-In for CrossCore Embedded Studio provides users with full Linux for the ADSP-SC5xx ARM core, along with open source development tools. Analog Devices World Class IDE is also available.
 +For more information [[http://www.analog.com/en/design-center/processors-and-dsp/evaluation-and-development-software/linuxaddin.html|analog.com]].
  
 **The development of the Blackfin Linux Projects is moved to sourceforge.net since Jul. 20, 2013.** **The development of the Blackfin Linux Projects is moved to sourceforge.net since Jul. 20, 2013.**