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Choosing the right DSP + Evaluationboard for Sensorapplication

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Hello Community,

I´m looking for a DSP + Evaluationboard. I need 4 analog in- and outputs. At least for two in- and outputs i need 24 bit resolution converters.
 
I want to generate a sin- and cosinwave with this DSP. The DSP shoud be able to shift the Phase of the Signals.
This DSP should be able to realize a VCO with 4 different sin- and  4 cosinus outputs and 4 Voltage controll Inputs to realize a Phase Locked Loop.
I want to realize a Quadrature demodulation, the DSP should be able to do multiplications.
 
The DSP (general purpose) should be free programmable.
 
Are there Evaluationboards with 24 bit resolution converters or Evaluationboards which can be extended with those 24-bit converters?
 
I´m looking forward to hearing from you.
 
Best Regards
Viktor Heinz
  • Hi Viktor,

    On the embedded/real-time control side of processors you have C2000 devices (www.ti.com/.../overview.html) and the processor family you'd probably want is F2837xD (www.ti.com/.../tms320f28379d.pdf). For EVMs for this device you have either the Lauchpad (www.ti.com/.../LAUNCHXL-F28379D) or the ControlCard (www.ti.com/.../tmdscncd28379D). The launchpad would be able to directly mate with an external EVM if it is in 'boosterpack' format.

    You would need an external ADC to do sensing at 24-bit resolution, but auxiliary inputs can be done via on-chip ADC (12-bit or 16-bit). 24-bit outputs would need to be via external EVM, but auxiliary outputs can be achieved via a 12-bit DAC or PWM module.

    If you needed more processing power, you might look at the Beagle Bone (https://beagleboard.org/bone). This would be able to directly mate with an external EVM if it was in 'cape' format.

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  • Hey Devin,
     
     
    Thank you for your respnose.
    Is it possible to extend one of the Evaluation Kits /Board below with those 24-bit ADC (maybe with Codecs)
     
    Best Regards
    Viktor Heinz
     
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    Devin Cottier replied to Choosing the right DSP Evaluationboard for Sensorapplication.

    Hi Viktor,

    On the embedded/real-time control side of processors you have C2000 devices (www.ti.com/.../overview.html) and the processor family you'd probably want is F2837xD (www.ti.com/.../tms320f28379d.pdf). For EVMs for this device you have either the Lauchpad (www.ti.com/.../LAUNCHXL-F28379D) or the ControlCard (www.ti.com/.../tmdscncd28379D). The launchpad would be able to directly mate with an external EVM if it is in 'boosterpack' format.

    You would need an external ADC to do sensing at 24-bit resolution, but auxiliary inputs can be done via on-chip ADC (12-bit or 16-bit). 24-bit outputs would need to be via external EVM, but auxiliary outputs can be achieved via a 12-bit DAC or PWM module.

    If you needed more processing power, you might look at the Beagle Bone (https://beagleboard.org/bone). This would be able to directly mate with an external EVM if it was in 'cape' format.

     

     

     

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  • In reply to Viktor Heinz:

    Hi Viktor,

    Take a look at the BOOSTXL-ADS1219. We do not have any CODEC boards that fit the 'booster pac' form factor.

     

    Regards,

    Tom

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