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DSP boards manufacturers

Hi everybody

Maybe it isn't proper group (so sorry for that) but I'd like to ask if 
You can send Me some webites of DSP boards manufacturers. I want to 
present them a dsp board  (excellent for Power Electronics sytems - DSP 
+ FPGA + A/D + D/A etc.) that I prepared.

Regards
Greg
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Grzegorz <ggrabo@tlen.pl> wrote in news:dih0pk$11m$1@news.task.gda.pl:

> Hi everybody
> 
> Maybe it isn't proper group (so sorry for that) but I'd like to ask if 
> You can send Me some webites of DSP boards manufacturers. I want to 
> present them a dsp board  (excellent for Power Electronics sytems - DSP 
> + FPGA + A/D + D/A etc.) that I prepared.
> 
> Regards
> Greg
> 

Check out our web site. We have Sharc DSP-FPGA boards, I/O etc.

-- 
Al Clark
Danville Signal Processing, Inc.
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Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff
Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com
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dsp825 (453)
10/11/2005 7:29:38 PM
>Hi everybody
>
>Maybe it isn't proper group (so sorry for that) but I'd like to ask if 
>You can send Me some webites of DSP boards manufacturers. I want to 
>present them a dsp board  (excellent for Power Electronics sytems - DSP 
>+ FPGA + A/D + D/A etc.) that I prepared.

Well, if you can tell us which DSP you used you would atleast narrow dow
folks interested in the design, if any. Atleast I would be interested i
you used say a TMS320C6455 or even TMS320C6713. See?

--Bhooshan


	
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10/11/2005 7:32:12 PM
Grzegorz wrote:
> Hi everybody
> 
> Maybe it isn't proper group (so sorry for that) but I'd like to ask if 
> You can send Me some webites of DSP boards manufacturers. I want to 
> present them a dsp board  (excellent for Power Electronics sytems - DSP 
> + FPGA + A/D + D/A etc.) that I prepared.
> 
> Regards
> Greg

There's a reasonably up-to-date list in the FAQ.
http://www.bdti.com/faq/dsp_faq.htm

Jerry
-- 
Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get.
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jya (12871)
10/11/2005 8:15:43 PM
Bhooshan Iyer wrote:
>>Hi everybody
>>
>>Maybe it isn't proper group (so sorry for that) but I'd like to ask if 
>>You can send Me some webites of DSP boards manufacturers. I want to 
>>present them a dsp board  (excellent for Power Electronics sytems - DSP 
>>+ FPGA + A/D + D/A etc.) that I prepared.
> 
> 
> Well, if you can tell us which DSP you used you would atleast narrow down
> folks interested in the design, if any. Atleast I would be interested if
> you used say a TMS320C6455 or even TMS320C6713. See?
> 
> --Bhooshan
> 
> 
> 		
> This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on
> www.DSPRelated.com

This Board Contains:
Processor: TMS320C6713 (32-bit Floating Point, 1.2 GFLOPS)
FPGA: Cyclone (Altera)
Peripherials:
�	real time clock,
�	A/D converter (8 channels simultaneous sampling),
�	D/A  converter (2 channels),
�	4 Megabit FLASH ,
�	SRAM memory 3,3V HS 256K*16bit words,
�	256Kbit Serial I�C Bus EEPROM
�	3 DIP-switches,
�	additional battery (supply real time clock during power failure),
Interfaces:
�	I2C,
�	RS485,
�	CAN,
�	EMIF,
�	McBSP,
�	McASP,
�	LCD,
�	INFRA,
�	standard IEEE JTAG interface,
�	about 70 general purpouse I/O.
Others:
�	Buzzer.
�	+5V Power Supply.

I used that board to control inverters and power active filter but now I 
think it's time to push that into the market (he he). And that's why I 
want to send e-mail to some manufacturers or merchandisers.

Reagards
Greg
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ggrabo (8)
10/11/2005 8:28:54 PM
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Manufacturers’ resistance to the cloud is weakening
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Gun Manufacturer Freedom Group Seeks Dismissal Of Sandy Hook Lawsuit
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