|Manufacturer||Analog Devices Inc.|
|CPU Model||Blackfin 533 CPU|
|Runs on Simulator?||Yes, Skyeye Simulator|
|RAM||64 MB (32M x 16-bit) SDRAM, 2 MB (512K x 16-bit x 2) FLASH memory|
|Non-volatile Memory||Non-volatile memory unspecified.|
|Serial Ports||ADM3202 RS-232|
|Video||Yes, ADV7171 video encoder w/ 3 output RCA jacks|
|Other||JTAG ICE 14-pin header and Performance up to 600 MHz|
This is an evaluation Board from Analog Devices for the Blackfin 533 CPU. Information can be found here : http://www.analog.com/en/prod/0%2C2877%2CBF533%25252DHARDWARE%2C00.html
This BSP has a Console Driver for a the built-in UART which supports polling or interrupted mode. It does also have a driver for core clock and timer. The BSP runs in supervisor mode.
The BSP executes on real hardware as well as on the skyeye simulator.
Thanks to Ralphs continous improvements on the RTEMS Toolchain packages you can download automatically generated RPMS of the toolchain from 
If you do use a debian based distribution you might add a line like :
deb http://www.itasat.ita.br/rtems/ unstable main
to the file /etc/apt/apt.sources and then do
apt-get install bfin-rtems-binutils bfin-rtems-gcc skyeye-rtems
If you want to build your toolchain by yourself : donwload binutils 2.17, gcc 4.2 and newlib 1.15, apply Ralfs patches from RTEMS CVS (inside the contrib directory) and compile the for the bfin-rtems target.
Compiling RTEMS for Blackfin
See RTEMS_GIT_Repository on instructions how to checkout the RTEMS source code. To compile RTEMS do :
run the bootstrap script in the RTEMS source directory.
run the configure from a directory outside of RTEMS source
../rtems-cvs/configure --target=bfin-rtems --enable-posix --disable-networking --enable-cxx --enable-rtemsbsp=eZKit533 --prefix=/usr/local/rtems
sudo make install
you can find hello world in /usr/local/rtems/bfin-rtems/eZKit533/lib/rtems-4.8/tests/
The Skyeye Simulator supports Timer and UART. The used skyeye configuration file is :
The current versions 1.2.2 as well as subversion need a small hack to get the rtems timer running. In the file arch/bfin/mach/bf533_io.c change the line
#define BF533_HZ 50
to a value like 70000
During development of this BSP the Icebear JTAG adaptor has proved to be very helpful. http://www.section5.ch/icebear
There is a Ubuntu Edgy LiveCD with a complete RTEMS Blackfin development Environment available at http://www.itasat.ita.br/portuguese/Ubuntu/ubuntu-bfin-live.iso
Beware this CD has not yet been updated to ubuntu edgy. It is also not able to run bootstrap with the current CVS/Git head and tools but might work to setup a development machine.
* loading from flash via bfin bootloader (beeing finished by Alain Schäfer) * Proper support for Data and Instruction Cache * Filesystem support for the on-board flash * GDB Stub for debugging via Serial Port
CVS head -- (25 October 2006) Alain Schäfer reports sucessful execution of Hello, Ticker, Paranoia and other tests on the Hardware as well as on Skyeye