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Devin Cottier replied to Choosing the right DSP Evaluationboard for Sensorapplication.
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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