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Small footprint DSP

Started by pinit June 18, 2005
Hi,
I'm looking for a DSP board with TMS320C64xx or c67xx.
I need a board with small footprint.
I need an access to the HPI , all McBSP ports , GPIO and external
interrupts pins and MAC (TCP/IP).


Thanks for helping

    Pini



PS
I want to connect the DSP HPI to an A2D converter. Can I use a flat
cable (15-50cm) with a BUS transfer rate of 5-10Mhz.   Should I use a
line driver (LVDS)?

Pini--
>I'm looking for a DSP board with TMS320C64xx or c67xx. >I need a board with small footprint.
May be I dont understand what you mean by "board with small foot print" or may be I dont understand this lingo? Can you please elloborate on what is it you infer by "board with a small foot print"? I would normally associate that language with one's own software implementation's performance rather than of that of a cold, unintelligent hardware board... --Bhooshan This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on www.DSPRelated.com

bhooshaniyer wrote:
> Pini-- > >I'm looking for a DSP board with TMS320C64xx or c67xx. > >I need a board with small footprint. > > May be I dont understand what you mean by "board with small foot print" or > may be I dont understand this lingo? Can you please elloborate on what is > it you infer by "board with a small foot print"? >
> I would normally associate that language with one's own software > implementation's performance rather than of that of a cold, unintelligent > hardware board... >
hi, I'm looking for a small size DSP board.
> --Bhooshan > > This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on > www.DSPRelated.com
"pinit" <pinit_bgu@yahoo.com> wrote in news:1119122222.435536.240870
@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:

> Hi, > I'm looking for a DSP board with TMS320C64xx or c67xx. > I need a board with small footprint. > I need an access to the HPI , all McBSP ports , GPIO and external > interrupts pins and MAC (TCP/IP). > > > Thanks for helping > > Pini > > > > PS > I want to connect the DSP HPI to an A2D converter. Can I use a flat > cable (15-50cm) with a BUS transfer rate of 5-10Mhz. Should I use a > line driver (LVDS)? >
If you are not fixed on TI. we have 60mm x 60mm DSP boards based on SHARC. -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com
Do u have a TigerShark board? I need MIPS ....

pinit wrote:
> Do u have a TigerShark board? I need MIPS ....
You might want to check out the DSM-STSL card from Kaztek Engineering http://www.kaztek.com/dsm.htm It includes a TS201 and a Spartan 3 FPGA for lots of custom I/O on a 54 x 100 mm card. -- Dave Tweed
"pinit" <pinit_bgu@yahoo.com> wrote in news:1119209605.470724.12340
@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:

> Do u have a TigerShark board? I need MIPS .... >
We do not have a TigerSHARC board. You mentioned the C67xx in your original post which is not faster than the third generation SHARCs. Some of our dspbloks have a companion FPGA which can be used for algorithm acceleration. I would be happy to discuss your specific requirements to see what might be possible. -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com