NXP Automotive audio video bridging (AVB) software provides complex AVB solution for multi-channel audio streaming and syntonized audio playback over multiple audio end nodes. It is optimized for NXP Power Architecture and Arm Processors with minimal resource usage due to "zero-copy" approach with advanced DMA algorithms.
CodeWarrior Development Studio for eTPU is a full-feature, Eclipse-based IDE for eTPU, eTPU2 and eTPU2+ application development. It contains a standalone C cross-compiler, preprocessor, assembler, linker, simulator, and debugger.
RAppID is a family of graphical development tools for the MPC5XXX family of Power Architecture controllers that enables the user to quickly and easily configure the controller PLUS generate complete documentation.
The RAppID ToolBox provides engineers with a graphical tool for configuring and auto-generating all the necessary software, including initialization routines, device drivers and a real-time scheduler, to execute control algorithm(s) on Qorivva MPC5554 automotive MCUs. Users can choose either the NXP OSEKTurbo real-time operating system or the generic scheduler target provided by Simulink and Simulink Coder. The toolbox leverages the advanced features of the Qorivva MPC5554 MCU
NXP hosts a number of calibration, debug and interface boards for the VertiCal series of tools using MPCXXXX silicon. These tools allow memory expansion, alternative interfaces (such as nexus and JTAG) and offset adapters to avoid tight spaces on your target PC board setup.