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searching for a DSP board

I am searching for a DSP board ( TI TMS320C6x series of processor),
which would take 21 channels of analog EEG signals convert it to
digital with a sampling rate of 256Hz and process (such as doing FFT)
individually and parallelly of individual channel.
please suggest me a DSP board or plan to implement
thanks

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