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Datasheet Texas Instruments TMS320LF2403APAGA

Datasheet Texas Instruments TMS320LF2403APAGA

ManufacturerTexas Instruments
Part NumberTMS320LF2403APAGA

16-Bit Fixed-Point DSP with Flash 64-TQFP -40 to 85


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    TMS320LF2407A, LF2406A, LF2403A, LF2402A LC2406A,LC2404A,LC2403A, LC2402A DSP datasheet
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    SPRS145L -JULY 2000 -REVISED SEPTEMBER 2007 D High-Performance Static CMOS Technology D External Memory Interface (LF2407A) D D
    D D D D
    D -25-ns Instruction Cycle Time (40 MHz)
    -40-MIPS Performance
    -Low-Power 3.3-V Design
    Based on TMS320C2xx DSP CPU Core
    -Code-Compatible With F243/F241/C242
    -Instruction Set and Module Compatible
    With F240
    Flash (LF) and ROM (LC) Device Options
    -LF240xA: LF2407A, LF2406A,
    LF2403A, LF2402A
    -LC240xA: LC2406A, LC2404A,
    LC2403A, LC2402A
    On-Chip Memory
    -Up to 32K Words x 16 Bits of Flash
    EEPROM (4 Sectors) or ROM
    -Programmable “Code-Security” Feature
    for the On-Chip Flash/ROM
    -Up to 2.5K Words x 16 Bits of ...


Family: TMS320LF2402A, TMS320LF2403A, TMS320LF2406A, TMS320LF2407A


Lifecycle StatusNRND (Not recommended for new designs)
Manufacture's Sample AvailabilityNo


Package TypePAGPAG
Package QTY160160
Device MarkingLF2403APAGATMS320
Width (mm)1010
Length (mm)1010
Thickness (mm)11
Pitch (mm).5.5
Max Height (mm)1.21.2
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Application Notes

  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 322 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Apr 17, 2003
    Programming examples for the TMS320C24x/C240x CAN (Rev. A)
    The 24x (TMS320F243 and TMS320F241) and 240xA (TMS320LF2407A, 2406A, and 2403A) series of digital signal processor (DSP) controllers feature an on-chip Controller Area Network (CAN) module. This module is a Full-CAN controller, compliant with CAN specification 2.0B. This application report describes the operation of the CAN module and its control registers. Several programming examples have been
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 335 Kb, File published: Aug 1, 1998
    Digital Sine-Wave Generation Using the TMS320C2xx Appl. Report
    This application report describes two methods for implementing a digital sine-wave generator using the TMS320C2xx: the use of a direct look-up table with linear interpolation, and the use of mathematical series. Both methods are explained in terms of C-compatible and assembly-compatible functions. Formulas used for calculating and graphing the results are included for each method to demonstrate th
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 340 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Aug 8, 2017
    TMS320F240 DSP Solution for Obtaining Resolver Angular Position and Speed (Rev. A)
    Thisapplicationreportfirst presentsa TMS320F240DSPsolutionand thenanotheruniqueapproachusingPGA411-Q1for obtainingthe angularpositionand speedof a resolver.A resolveris an absolutemechanicalpositionsensorused,for example,in servoapplications.It isbasicallya rotatingtransformer.The sinusoidalinputreferenceis amplitudemodulatedw
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 106 Kb, File published: Apr 15, 2002
    Using C to Access Data Stored in Program Space Memory on the TMS320C24x DSP
    Efficient utilization of available memory in a TMS320C24x? DSP sometimes requires the placement of data in program space memory (as opposed to data space memory). In particular, the on-chip flash (or ROM) in the program space provides a large nonvolatile memory for storing constant arrays, look-up tables, and string tables. However, accessing this data using the C programming language is problemat
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 995 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Sep 7, 1999
    Implementing Triple Conversion Single Phase Online UPS Using TMS320C240 (Rev. A)
    Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) play an important role in interfacing critical loads such as computers, communication systems, medical/life support systems, and industrial controls to the utility power grid. Among the various UPS topologies, on-line UPS provides the most protection to such loads against any utility power problem. However, because of the multiple power conversion stages, on-li
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 99 Kb, File published: Aug 17, 2001
    Motor Speed Measurement Considerations Using TMS320C24x DSPs
    The TMS320C24x? generation of DSPs provide appropriate internal hardware for interfacing with low-cost, external-speed sensors for motor speed measurement applications. The periodic output signal from the speed sensor is applied to the capture input pin of the DSP and the signal?s period is measured. This information is then used to calculate the motor speed. However, this calculation of motor spe
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 129 Kb, File published: Nov 29, 1999
    Implementing JPEG with TMS320C2xx Assembly Language Software
    JPEG compression/decompression technique is widely used for still image applications. There are two major ways to implement JPEG algorithm--hardware and software. The hardware approach is good for speed but it has less flexibility and it costs more.The software approach, on the other hand, is less expensive and more flexible. Implementing JPEG with TMS320C2xx DSP software is a good solution fo
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 36 Kb, File published: Aug 16, 1999
    Writing a C Callable Assembly Function Using the TMS320C2000
    Mixing C and assembly language is an important task of digital signal processing (DSP) programming. It is very common for a software designer to write the kernel in C language and write some critical functions in DSP assembly language for improving the performance. This application report introduces you to writing a C callable assembly function for the Texas Instruments (TI)(tm) TMS320C2000 genera
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 97 Kb, File published: Apr 1, 1998
    Implementing Speech-Recognition Algorithms on the TMS320C2xx Platform
    This application report presents the hidden-Markov-model-based speech-recognition system using a 16-bit fixed-point digital signal processor (DSP) from Texas Instruments (TI). It addresses the problems that have been encountered and the compromises that have been made to implement the hidden-Markov-model-based isolated-word recognizer using the TI TMS320C2xx DSP. This report addresses fixed-point
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 340 Kb, File published: Jun 1, 1997
    Implem. of a Current Controlled Switched Reluctance Motor Drive Using TMS320F240
    The DSP controller TMS320F240 from Texas Instruments is suitable for a wide range of motor drives and power electronic applications. TMS320F240 reduces chip count of a system by integrating most of the important power electronics peripherals on chip and thus increases system reliability and reduces system cost. This application note describes complete implementation of a current controlled Switche
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 421 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Jul 10, 2002
    Getting Started in C and Assembly Code with the TMS320LF240x DSP (Rev. A)
    This application report presents basic code for initializing and operating the TMS320LF240x DSP devices. Two functionally equivalent example programs are presented: one written in assembly language and the other in C language. Detailed discussions of each program are provided that explain numerous compiler and assembler directives, code requirements, and hardware-related requirements. The programs
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 85 Kb, File published: May 30, 2001
    Cost-Effective, Simple Power Supply Solution forTMS320C24x DSPs
    The task of generating a power supply for DSPs in space-constrained control applications can be a challenging task because of the need to minimize its cost and size. Therefore, this application report provides information on a simplified approach for designing a power supply. A sophisticated power supply controller and a novel power-conversion topology are introduced that minimize external compone
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 39 Kb, File published: Aug 4, 1999
    Interfacing TMS320C20x DSPs to Intel 28Fxxx Flash Memories
    This application report describes how the Texas Instruments (TI)(tm) TMS320C20x digital signal processor (DSP) can be interfaced to the Intel(tm) 28F010 flash memory. The 28Fxxx flash memory are 5V memories that use a 12V supply to modify the contents of the flash memory. A full C implementation of the quick-erase and quick-pulse programming algorithm for the ?C20x DSPs is included.
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 539 Kb, File published: Aug 12, 1999
    Implementation of Speed Field Oriented Control of 3-Phase PMSM Motor Using 'F240
    This application report presents a solution to control a 3-phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous motor using the Texas Instruments (TItm) TMS320F240 digital signal processor (DSP). This processor is part of a new family of DSPs that enable cost-effective design of intelligent controllers for brushless motors. The use of this DSP yields enhanced operations, fewer system components, lower system cost a
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 306 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Sep 21, 1999
    Switched Reluctance Motor Control - Operation & Example Using TMS320F240 (Rev. A)
    This report describes the basic operation of switched reluctance motors (SRMs) and demonstrates how a TMS320F240 DSP-based SRM drive from Texas Instruments (TM) can be used to achieve a wide variety of control objectives. The first part of the report offers a detailed review of the operation and characteristics of SRMs. The advantages and disadvantages of this type of motor are cited. The second p
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 297 Kb, Revision: A, File published: Jul 19, 2005
    Average Current Mode Controlled Power Factor Correction Converter..TMS320LF2407A (Rev. A)
    Low cost, high performance DSP controllers with integrated peripherals such as, analog-to-digital (A/D) converters and pulse width modulator (PWM), have enabled the power supply designers with a new tool for implementing control for their power conversion functions. However, the power designers with mostly analog control experience are faced with new challenges as they start to adopt this new tech
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 319 Kb, File published: Jun 7, 2004
    Converting Analog Controllers to Smart Controllers with the TMS320C2000 DSPs
    Modern applications demand faster, cheaper, and better motor control systems, and the performance demanded from embedded motor controllers is ever increasing. Programmable controllers offer the unique opportunity to improve performance, reduce cost, and enable designers to improve the efficiency of motor control systems. Such performance objectives typically need advanced algorithms that are compu
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 499 Kb, File published: Sep 6, 2000
    A Software Modularity Strategy for Digital Control Systems
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 57 Kb, File published: Apr 7, 2003
    Code Composer Studioв„ў IDE v2.2 Profiler
    This application note will outline and discuss the Code Composer Studio Profiler and how to use it in accurately profiling an application. We will explain the various types of profiling and will detail the differences between simulator profiling and emulator profiling.Requirements:Windows 98 (SP1/SE), Windows NT SP6, Windows 2000 (SP1/SP2), Windows XP Home and ProCode Co
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 246 Kb, File published: Oct 30, 1999
    A Variable-Speed Sensorless Drive System for Switched Reluctance Motors
    With the advent of high-speed digital signal processors (DSPs) specialized for motion control applications, it has become possible to control motors without mechanical (speed or position) sensors. This is achieved by algorithms that estimate the desired quantities in real time, based on the electrical signals in the motor windings. Benefits include cost savings and improved reliability due to redu
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 112 Kb, File published: Jan 1, 1997
    DSP Solutions for the Switched Reluctance Motor
    This document deals with solutions to control a switched reluctance motor using the TMS320C24x. This new DSP family enables cost-effective design of intelligent controllers for switched reluctance motors. Two speed control algorithms are presented, they allow the Switched Reluctance motor drive to reach high efficiency, smooth operation, very good dynamic behavior, very high speed and low acoustic
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 437 Kb, File published: May 5, 2006
    TMS320C2000в„ў DSP Controllers: A Perfect Fit for Solar Power Inverters
    A worldwide concern for future access to affordable, sustainable energy is driving the development of more efficient solar power generation. In any photovoltaic (PV) based system, the inverter is a critical component responsible for the control of electricity flow between the module, battery, loads, and power grid. Inverters, which convert direct to alternating current, can be designed to be used
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 138 Kb, File published: Apr 29, 1999
    3.3 V DSP for Digital Motor Control
    New generations of motor control digital signal processors (DSPs) lower their supply voltages from 5V to 3.3V to offer higher performance at lower cost. Replacing traditional 5V digital control circuitry by 3.3V designs introduce no additional system cost and no significant complication in interfacing with TTL and CMOS compatible components, as well as with mixed voltage ICs such as power transist
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 365 Kb, File published: Mar 15, 2007
    Optimizing Digital Motor Control Libraries
    The DMC library contains a collection of component modules and system implementations, which are intended for evaluation, accelerated design, and development of motor control firmware.The software is intended to meet these goals, and no optimization is performed.As system designers implement systems, they must optimize their systems for performance in terms of memory consumption and CPU cyc
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 117 Kb, File published: Jul 11, 2002
    Migrating Code Composer v4.12 Projects to Code Composer Studio v2.0
    This application report describes the process of migrating an existing Code Composer v4.12 project to a Code Composer Studio? Integrated Development Environment (IDE) v2 project.
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 423 Kb, File published: Aug 19, 2008
    Flash Programming Solutions for the TMS320F28xxx DSCs
    Flash programming is a process that occurs during all stages of a TMS320F28xxx digital signal controller (DSC) development cycle: firmware debug, prototyping, production, and field reprogramming. Several solutions are available to accommodate programming for all of these development stages. This application report presents solutions that are available and at what stage in the development cycle the
  • Download » Application Notes PDF, 201 Kb, Revision: C, File published: Apr 19, 2016
    Semiconductor and IC Package Thermal Metrics (Rev. C)

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Series: TMS320LF2403A (3)

Manufacturer's Classification

  • Semiconductors > Microcontrollers (MCU) > Performance MCUs > Real-time Control > C24x 16-bit Series
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