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GPS board + DSP board

Hi,

I am new to electrical engineering, but have experience in C++
application development

I need your advice.

I need a DSP board with serial interface and Compact flash slot. I
want to run on DPS processor the application which would read data
sent by GPS receiver to DSP board's serial port and store the data on
compact flash card

What board would you recommend (manufacturer), and what development
kit,

Thanks,
Yuriy
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yura_lu@yahoo.com (Yuriy) wrote in 
news:62f54650.0404251726.710e249d@posting.google.com:

> Hi,
> 
> I am new to electrical engineering, but have experience in C++
> application development
> 
> I need your advice.
> 
> I need a DSP board with serial interface and Compact flash slot. I
> want to run on DPS processor the application which would read data
> sent by GPS receiver to DSP board's serial port and store the data on
> compact flash card
> 
> What board would you recommend (manufacturer), and what development
> kit,
> 
> Thanks,
> Yuriy
> 

We have a dspstak Compact Flash card in development that will work with 
our dspstak 21262sx DSP Engine. Details on the dspstak 21262sx are on our 
web site: www.danvillesignal.com

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