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bench mark between ADSP 2191 vs TMS320C5x

Started by praveen October 24, 2003
Hello, 
I wanted to know the bench mark between ADSP 2191 vs TMS320C5x. Which is better.
which DSP is better,given an choice??

waiting for reply
with regards
praveen
praveenkumar1979@rediffmail.com (praveen) wrote in
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> Hello, > I wanted to know the bench mark between ADSP 2191 vs TMS320C5x. Which > is better. which DSP is better,given an choice?? > > waiting for reply > with regards > praveen >
I can't share a benchmark between these two DSPs, but I can tell you that the 2191 operates at 160M instructions / per second. The assembly language is very easy to learn and read. IMHO, this is not he case with the TI DSP. We have our dspstak 2191sx DSP card for this processor. -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com
praveenkumar1979@rediffmail.com (praveen) wrote in
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> Hello, > I wanted to know the bench mark between ADSP 2191 vs TMS320C5x. Which > is better. which DSP is better,given an choice?? > > waiting for reply > with regards > praveen >
Analog Devices has an application note comparing the ADSP-2115 to the TMS320C5x. The 2115 is a much slower part than the 2191 (two generations older). The ap note is AN-393 -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com
praveen wrote:
> > Hello, > I wanted to know the bench mark between ADSP 2191 vs TMS320C5x. Which is better. > which DSP is better,given an choice??
better for what ? Power? MIPS? ease of programming ? periferals ? <wearing a marketing hat> C5x is quite olden cores (like the 218x devices of ADI). To do an apple-to-apple comparison, you might want to look at C54x or C55x devices from TI. </wearing a marketing hat> cheers -- --... ...-- Ramakrishnan