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Old 16th October 2003, 06:34 AM   #1
StuartH is offline StuartH  South Africa
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Default DSP's, Which one?


I am an EE with a few years experience in microcontroller development. This field has lost its appeal to some extent as I no longer find it very challenging.

I have begun to look at DSP's as a new challenge, particularly for my "free" time. I spend my whole day working on microprocessors, so would prefur to try something new with my hobby. I have attended a couple of DSP courses. Unfortunately they are very good at giving a good theoretical overview, and not much else.

I am looking for a DSP which has a good set of development tools, which is reasonably inexpensive and which will provide a good platform to start out on. There are a number of products avaliable, basically Id like to find the one that does for DSP's what Microchip and ATMEL have done for microprocessors, if such a device exists at all.

Any suggestions, comments or ideas will be greatly appreciated.

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Old 16th October 2003, 10:41 AM   #2
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The SHARC series of Analog Device is the best choice for audio application, powerful and easier to coding compare with TI's. TI's C6713 is also good for audio and video application and you can get the start kit under usd400.
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Old 17th October 2003, 06:01 AM   #3
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Awesome, Thanks.

Now I have somewhere to start.

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