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Discussion in 'Audio' started by naumankalia, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. naumankalia

    naumankalia

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    Hi all

    I am in search of DSP board which have at least 5 ADCs (16 bit, Bipolar, 192 K samples/s/channel) and one DAC (16 bi,t Bipolar, 192 K samples/s/channel). Please help me in this regard

    Thanks
     
  2. Nanren888

    Nanren888

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    Board? What sort of board?
    When I needed audio capture, I bought RME equipment. Octamics if you need preamps included.
    Did you want stand-alone boards?
    What sort of processing do you need from the DSP?
     
  3. naumankalia

    naumankalia

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    I need a standalone DSP board for learning purpose. If this board has an ADC and DAC then interfaces with external environment can also be exercised
     
  4. Nanren888

    Nanren888

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    People tend to have favourites in terms of which DSP & architecture they like.
    Which ones are you familiar with?
    For small projects, we often look for an evaluation board for the technology we want to use.
    Often just choose ther supplier & browse what they offer.
    5 ADCs at 192K samples per second, might be a big ask for evcaluation boards.
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    Do you specifically want a DSP chip/processor, as in programming DSPs, or more interested in learning about digital signal processing, as in proceesing?
    Would you consider an FPGA board?
     
  5. naumankalia

    naumankalia

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    Hi
    Thanks for help dear. I am more interested to learn programming DSPs chip/processors. ADCs and DAC quantity can be compromised, however, at least one ADC and one DAC is required so that i can also learn to interface DSP chips/processors with ADC/DACs.

    Thanks
     
  6. Nanren888

    Nanren888

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    Arduino Due?
     
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