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I am a ME  student of Bengal Engg. & Sc. University. I am going to
develop a DSP controller board using TMS320LF2407A DSP chip.Enybody
can help me in this perpose?
Thanking you

BESU, HOWRAH-3,
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which application are you orient?

> I am a ME  student of Bengal Engg. & Sc. University. I am going to
> develop a DSP controller board using TMS320LF2407A DSP chip.Enybody
> can help me in this perpose?
> Thanking you
>
> BESU, HOWRAH-3,
> INDIA
> Ph: +919339204687


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CLISHUO (1)
12/4/2004 2:38:31 PM
"MVE" <CLISHUO@SOHU.COM> wrote in message news:<cosib7$p07$1@mail.cn99.com>...
> which application are you orient?
>
> > I am a ME  student of Bengal Engg. & Sc. University. I am going to
> > develop a DSP controller board using TMS320LF2407A DSP chip.Enybody
> > can help me in this perpose?
> > Thanking you
> >
> > BESU, HOWRAH-3,
> > INDIA
> > Ph: +919339204687

I am interested in power electronics and drives application. I have
designed a simple circuit also. Now I want to test my design by some
simulation software or by using simple hardware. And then I have to
fabricate it through PCB board.

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12/5/2004 9:52:08 AM
Hi contact me,I can help you.

MVE wrote:
> which application are you orient?
>
> > I am a ME  student of Bengal Engg. & Sc. University. I am going to
> > develop a DSP controller board using TMS320LF2407A DSP chip.Enybody
> > can help me in this perpose?
> > Thanking you
> >
> > BESU, HOWRAH-3,
> > INDIA
> > Ph: +919339204687


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12/14/2004 6:12:12 AM

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