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In article <200308150226.36787.akon@gmx.net> you wrote:
> DH means, that the µprocessor (typically a DSP) has a seperated program
> memory, a seperate (X)Data memory and a seperate (Y)Data mem, so it can
> fetch two data adresses simultanely in one cycle via two physically
> independent mem ports. For DSPs, that's a common behaviour!

Is this an embedded syste which has only the DSP, or is this a DSP add on
card for a PC? In the later case it migh be easier to write an device
driver.

Do you habe GCC support for your intended hardware?

Greetings
Bernd
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