ISO earl TI DSP kits

Toby Thain toby at
Sat Mar 7 13:45:28 CST 2020

On 2020-03-07 2:38 PM, David Gesswein via cctech wrote:
> My previous employer likely still has the the in circuit emulator for the 
> TMS32010 unless they cleaned up. If the CHM is intereted in it I can 
> enquire if they would like to donate it.
> I know I have some of the stuff since previous work used them as fast 
> microcontrollers.  Should have the data books though I think they were
> perfect bound. May have others that I snagged when it was being thrown out.
> I have the wirewrap prototype of the radar scan converter where we used the
> C30.
> I found around 70 disks for the TMS320C30 and TMS340x0. I can read these
> Let me know your current desires for archiving such as IMD or files, text label 
> info or disk pictures etc.  Do you want the TMS340 graphics processor disk 
> images also?

Curious what kind of tools that comprises and for what platform? The
340x0 was used in Truevision NuVista video cards and for a long time I
was looking for the Mac (MPW I think) cross-development tools.


> Small chance I have some TMS32010 stuff though not likely to find it any
> time soon. Earliest work was on VAX and I know that is all gone. I didn't
> personally do any of the '10 work.
> On Fri, Mar 06, 2020 at 11:53:27AM -0800, Al Kossow wrote:
>> CHM doesn't seem to have much early DSP stuff in the collection
>> Does anyone have any of the TMS32010/20/30 or C1x/2x/3x hw/sw kicking around?
>> Other than the docs I've scanned there doesn't seem to be much on the web either.
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