jksuperstar wrote:you'll need to look at the Circuit Design part of the SDK manual. That tells you how to connect things. But for design, you'll need to go through the list of *.dsp (atoms) files, and you can general tell what they do by the name, and once you've figured out the "language" you can translate your matlab designs into the atoms available.
Then you start thinking about a GUI...and Graphic Objects (GOs)
Thank you for your rapid reply.
From my understanding and intuition, the SCOPE SDK atoms are tools/modules coded & vetted by ADI (compiled to SHARC machine code) then integrated into the SDK 'wrapper'. Knowing a little bit about how all these items work (together), it must be possible to create another atom (compiled through ADI supplied tools) and add it to the library. However, I'm sure if I am clever enough I can work around with what is already available.
Do you folks know of anyone who has bothered to tear into the SDK to such an extent?
It is not my intention to bump-up against or expose proprietary features, it's just that as a budding engineer who has coded microcontrollers and explored SHARC development as a possible avenue that I arrived at this point. For me, development through the Xite-1 and SDK is much easier to achieve my ends than designing both hardware and software/firmware. So, I understand if a moderator edits my post.