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OMAP-L137 Device Information
OMAP-L137 part of our value line family, offering low-power floating-point DSP functionality with an ARM and a programmable real-time unit.
- Introduction to OMAP-L137
- This Wiki contains a great overview of the OMAP-L137 device and its top applications
- OMAP-L137 Product Folder, C6747 Product Folder, AM1707 Product Folder
- The product folder on ti.com contains the datasheet, errata, user guides, and much more
- OMAP-L137 Datasheet , C6747 Datasheet, AM1707 Datasheet
- The datasheet contains a detailed features list, description, and block diagram of the processor. In addition, the datasheet contains information on the device pinout, electricals, package, and basic configuration.
- TBD: Understanding a Device Datasheet
- OMAP-L137 Errata, C6747 Errata, AM1707 Errata
- The errata contains silicon revision information along with deviations from the datasheet and user guides that were revealed during the validation process. Some of these deviations will be corrected or added to the processor datasheet and user guide, but others will only appear in the errata.
- TBD: Understanding a Processor's Errata
- OMAP-L137 Applications Processor System Reference Guide
- This guide describes the System-on-Chip (SoC) system. The SoC system includes TI’s standard TMS320C674x Megamodule and several blocks of internal memory (L1P, L1D, and L2). This document provides an overview of the system including the ARM subsystem, DSP subsystem, System interconnect, System memory, Memory protection unit (MPU), Device clocking, Phase-locked loop controller (PLLC), Power and sleep controller (PSC), Power management, System configuration (SYSCFG) module, ARM interrupt controller (AINTC), and Boot considerations
- OMAP-L1x/C674x/AM1x Architectural Overview
- This guide details the ARM+DSP SoC architecture, including details on Switched Central Resource (SCR) and the interconnects between different masters and slaves in the device.
- OMAP-L1x/C674x/AM1x Processor Peripherals Overview Reference Guide
- This document provides an overview and briefly describes the peripherals available on the TMS320C674x Digital Signal Processors (DSPs), OMAP-L1x Applications Processors, AM387x ARM9 Microprocessors.
You can get help from the experts at TI by posting your questions to the OMAP-L137 Forum at:
Processor and Co-Processor Benchmarks
|Fractal Demo: Highlighting the Power of the C674x DSP|
Peripheral Throughput and Optimizations
The following articles provide throughput analysis for some of the on-chip peripherals, as well as techniques for optimizing performance:
- LCD Controller
- Universal Parallel Ports
- Theoretical Maximum Memory Bandwidths
- DSP and ARM Shared RAM Throughput and Latency
- SoC Level Optimization Techniques
- OMAP-L137 SoC Constraints
- This document shows how the SoC architecture affects memory latency for reads and writes.
The following page provides a power estimation spreadsheet to accurately estimate the power consumed for different configurations and use cases.
OMAP-L137 Device Evaluation
Obtain an OMAP-L137 evaluation board use as an example hardware design and a early software development board:
Some of the popular software available