Block based talkthru - sharc 21364

Started by Chris16 in comp.dsp3 years ago 1 reply

Hi everyone, For an audio project I'm starting from the setup of block based talkthru. Is there anyone who could give me more information how...

Hi everyone, For an audio project I'm starting from the setup of block based talkthru. Is there anyone who could give me more information how this program works? I'm connecting an audio input through the sharc and get the same output on the jack. So the program is working/running perfect. Another problem is where can I see my input/output variables? Can you display them in graph or window out...


Re: ADI doubles Sharc processor performance (EETimes)

Started by Andor in comp.dsp10 years ago

On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > http://www.ng2000.com/blog/2008/11/04/digital-signal-processing/ Too late, in my opinion. The...

On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > http://www.ng2000.com/blog/2008/11/04/digital-signal-processing/ Too late, in my opinion. The clock-rate increase in the SHARC family has been much too slow (100MHz in 1996, 450MHz in 2008) to make SHARCs a serious contender for large- and medium-scale signal processing hardwares. For small-scale applications, BLACKFINs or similar are better sui


Re: ADI doubles Sharc processor performance (EETimes)

Started by Andor in comp.dsp10 years ago

On 13 Nov., 20:43, SYL wrote: > On Nov 13, 7:11 am, Andor wrote: > > > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > > >...

On 13 Nov., 20:43, SYL wrote: > On Nov 13, 7:11 am, Andor wrote: > > > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > > > http://www.ng2000.com/blog/2008/11/04/digital-signal-processing/ > > > Too late, in my opinion. The clock-rate increase in the SHARC family > > has been much too slow (100MHz in 1996, 450MHz in 2008) to make SHARCs > > a se


Re: ADI doubles Sharc processor performance (EETimes)

Started by steve in comp.dsp10 years ago

On Nov 13, 10:11 am, Andor wrote: > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > >...

On Nov 13, 10:11 am, Andor wrote: > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > > http://www.ng2000.com/blog/2008/11/04/digital-signal-processing/ > > Too late, in my opinion. The clock-rate increase in the SHARC family > has been much too slow (100MHz in 1996, 450MHz in 2008) to make SHARCs > a serious contender for large- and medium-scale signal processing >


Re: ADI doubles Sharc processor performance (EETimes)

Started by SYL in comp.dsp10 years ago

On Nov 13, 7:11 am, Andor wrote: > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > >...

On Nov 13, 7:11 am, Andor wrote: > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > > http://www.ng2000.com/blog/2008/11/04/digital-signal-processing/ > > Too late, in my opinion. The clock-rate increase in the SHARC family > has been much too slow (100MHz in 1996, 450MHz in 2008) to make SHARCs > a serious contender for large- and medium-scale signal processing >


Floating-point to Fixed-point in (Sharc) DSP

Started by m26k9 in comp.dsp9 years ago 10 replies

Hello, I am sure this is a pretty simple question, but I am having some ambiguity. I need to confirm what is happening exactly. Any...

Hello, I am sure this is a pretty simple question, but I am having some ambiguity. I need to confirm what is happening exactly. Any information is really appreciated. So this is a Sharc DSP I am working with. Question is pretty simple. Rn = FIX Fx; FIX description from the manual is as follows: "Converts the floating-point operand in Fx to a twos-complement 32-bit fixed-point intege...


Re: ADI doubles Sharc processor performance (EETimes)

Started by steve in comp.dsp10 years ago

On Nov 13, 3:09 pm, Andor wrote: > On 13 Nov., 17:52, steve wrote: > > > On Nov 13, 10:11 am, Andor wrote: > > > > On 13...

On Nov 13, 3:09 pm, Andor wrote: > On 13 Nov., 17:52, steve wrote: > > > On Nov 13, 10:11 am, Andor wrote: > > > > On 13 Nov., 08:11, ad...@ng2000.com wrote: > > > > > http://www.ng2000.com/blog/2008/11/04/digital-signal-processing/ > > > > Too late, in my opinion. The clock-rate increase in the SHARC family


Sharc 21061 DMA Slips

Started by Greg Bezjak in comp.dsp15 years ago 2 replies

I am having a problem with multichannel DMA operation on the Sharc 21061. I have a board with an '061 and two Dallas 2155 T1/E1 transceivers....

I am having a problem with multichannel DMA operation on the Sharc 21061. I have a board with an '061 and two Dallas 2155 T1/E1 transceivers. The 2155s are set to E1 mode. The '061 is set to send and receive data using multichannel mode with DMA chaining and ping pong data buffers. I connect the two E1 transceivers back to back for testing. Of course, there are 32 slots, 8 bits per s...


[Promo] Danville releases SHARC kit for $199

Started by Al Clark in comp.dsp14 years ago 2 replies

Analog Devices, Altera and Danville Signal joined forces to create the ADDS-21261/Cyclone DSP & FPGA Evaluation Package featuring Danville's new...

Analog Devices, Altera and Danville Signal joined forces to create the ADDS-21261/Cyclone DSP & FPGA Evaluation Package featuring Danville's new dspstak 21261zx DSP Engine and dspstak c96k46 I/O Module. The dspstak 21261zx combines the power of a SHARC DSP and a Cyclone FPGA. With a supporting cast of SDRAM, Flash, EEProm, SPI, Programmable Clocks, USB and RS-232, the dspstak is great f...


SHARC 21469

Started by Mauritz Jameson in comp.dsp7 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I'm having a bit of trouble modifying one of the TalkThru projects that comes with SHARC 21469 EZKit from AD. I am trying to implement...

Hi, I'm having a bit of trouble modifying one of the TalkThru projects that comes with SHARC 21469 EZKit from AD. I am trying to implement this signal chain: ADC (48kHz) -> SRC (48kHz -> 16kHz) -> Audio Processing -> SRC (16kHz - > 48kHz) -> DAC (48kHz) where audio is sampled at 48kHz. The signal is routed through the SRC and resampled to 16kHz. The resampled signal is then processe


Emacs mode for Analog Devices SHARC assembler

Started by H. Suga in comp.dsp12 years ago

Hi, I am using Analog Devices SHARC DSP. Does any one know about the Emacs mode for this DSP's assembler. I use a GNU Emacs...

Hi, I am using Analog Devices SHARC DSP. Does any one know about the Emacs mode for this DSP's assembler. I use a GNU Emacs 22.0.50 (current). thank you.


Extended Precision Floating vs Fixed Point - Sharc

Started by Al Clark in comp.dsp15 years ago 1 reply

There have been several papers comparing filter topologies and filter noise performance. There have also been several papers comparing fixed...

There have been several papers comparing filter topologies and filter noise performance. There have also been several papers comparing fixed point to floating point processing. Has anyone examined Extended Floating Point (32 bit mantissa) versus 32 bit fixed point? Both options are available with a Sharc. FIR case: Fixed point should work very well since you have an 80 bit accumula...


transferring audio data between SHARC bus and PCI bus on Audio PMC board via SHARCFIN ASIC

Started by salrome in comp.dsp13 years ago

hello i want to ask how can i transfer data on Audio PMC board between SHARC bus and PCI bus via SHARCFIN ASIC. thanks salrome

hello i want to ask how can i transfer data on Audio PMC board between SHARC bus and PCI bus via SHARCFIN ASIC. thanks salrome


AD73322L

Started by Steve Holle in comp.dsp16 years ago 1 reply

Does anyone have some example c/c++ drivers for an AD73322L CODEC running on a SHARC 21065L?

Does anyone have some example c/c++ drivers for an AD73322L CODEC running on a SHARC 21065L?


Beastrider Tools

Started by Alois Huber in comp.dsp10 years ago 1 reply

Hello! does anyone know what happened to Beastrider, who provided SHARC debuggers, assemblers and linkers as an alternative to Analog's...

Hello! does anyone know what happened to Beastrider, who provided SHARC debuggers, assemblers and linkers as an alternative to Analog's own? It also runs on UNIX like operationg systems. Regards Alois


Beastrider use with compiler

Started by ratemonotonic in comp.dsp12 years ago

Hi all , Is there a compiler open source I can use with the beastrider binutils ? I am looking for a cheaper way of programming ADI sharc DSP...

Hi all , Is there a compiler open source I can use with the beastrider binutils ? I am looking for a cheaper way of programming ADI sharc DSP in C. Thanks in advance for any response. Rate


Blackfin

Started by sriram in comp.dsp15 years ago 2 replies

Hi all I am using the below format to copy the contents of a file intoa buffer on the BF processor but it does not work it worked on the...

Hi all I am using the below format to copy the contents of a file intoa buffer on the BF processor but it does not work it worked on the SHARC processor.Has anyone faced a similar problem. float dm sig[600]={ #include "C:/lookup.dat"; }; Thnaks Regards SR


DSP selection for FSK modem

Started by Unomano in comp.dsp13 years ago

Hello ALL, i want to implement GMSK modem (1200-9600 bps) using DSP proscessor. what platform should i use (Blackfin, Sharc, 21xx,...

Hello ALL, i want to implement GMSK modem (1200-9600 bps) using DSP proscessor. what platform should i use (Blackfin, Sharc, 21xx, 320c5000/6000 etc.)???


FREE JPEG library

Started by DarioG in comp.dsp14 years ago

I'm searching a baseline free JPEG encoder library for SHARC DSP implementation...does anybody suggest me one??? I have found IJG but it's very...

I'm searching a baseline free JPEG encoder library for SHARC DSP implementation...does anybody suggest me one??? I have found IJG but it's very complex. thanks for help me! Dario


DSP selection for GMSK modem

Started by Unomano in comp.dsp13 years ago 5 replies

Hello ALL, i want to implement GMSK modem (1200-9600 bps) using DSP proscessor. what platform should i use (Blackfin, Sharc, 21xx,...

Hello ALL, i want to implement GMSK modem (1200-9600 bps) using DSP proscessor. what platform should i use (Blackfin, Sharc, 21xx, 320c5000/6000 etc.)???