Build for Hexagon Sensors DSP (sDSP)
Prerequisite: voxl-hexagon docker image
Follow the instructions to install voxl-docker and the voxl-hexagon docker image here.
There are two DSPs available for programming on VOXL (Snapdragon 821). The Sensors DSP (sDSP) and the Applications DSP (aDSP)
The sDSP is a real-time digital signal processor to offload real-time I/O tasks from the CPU. A flight controller, for instance, can be run on this DSP.
The aDSP is well suited for computer vision, fixed-point offloading tasks.
Examples of how to write code for the Qualcomm® Hexagon™ Sensors Low Power Island:
|Hello World||Simple hello world application to build and run code on the sDSP processor||GitLab|
|libvoxl-io||Talk to serial ports through the sDSP||GitLab|
mini-dm is a diag log tool for debugging the Hexagon DSP that comes with Hexagon SDK.
To configure on Ubuntu:
lsusb and find the Qualcomm entry.
VOXL’s device ID is
05c6:901d Qualcomm, Inc.
Edit /etc/udev/rules.d/70-android.rules and add the following line: