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hyunduk0206
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XVF series customization?

Post by hyunduk0206 »

Hello,

I am developing a voice interface system for R&D project.

I decided to use XMOS XVF series as they provided dev kits.

After purchasing XVF3510 kit, I found out I couldn't get the firmware source code (e.g. NS and AEC related code) and I could only port provided XMOS binary firmware files to the kit.

I have questions.

1. Do XVF series dev kits only allow us to set parameters?
2. How this commercial product ReSpeaker (https://respeaker.io/usb_4_mic_array/) make their own product using this XVF series chip? Do they just optimize the parameters?
3. When I plug the ReSpeaker's "USB 4 Mic Array" in PC USB port, the USB driver name is not XMOS kind but ReSpeaker related company seeed (please, see attachment), is there a way to change USB driver name?
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mon2
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Post by mon2 »

Hi. Not an expert on this topic but pretty sure we have the same SEEED XMOS based kit somewhere in the lab as well when it was first released.

The attached document should offer the requested details.

XVF3510-User-Guide_4.1.pdf
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hyunduk0206
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Post by hyunduk0206 »

Thank you for your answer.