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    Hi mImoto!
    I'm starting to use an eZdsp TMs320LF2407A system kit (for control) of TI. I not yet know very well how code composer (studio) works, but I have used Vissim... its cool! Take a look at ftp://ftp.vissim.com/pub/software/
    I think in most complete "trial" versions (not necessariously setupVissimEcdPro50.exe) you'll find (after software installation) in "Viewlets" paste, some html tutorials (viewlets) that will give you a good idea of how is easy to use this board kit in conjunction with vissim.
    If you search in this forum maybe you could find more about vissim

    best regards
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    How to know which DSP is better for motor control. What should I look at?

    Best regards and thanks again in advance.

    mimoto



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    DSP comparison for motor control

    You should see:
    -How many ADCs it has and the speed and bits of them
    -How many PWMs it has
    -What kind of motor you want to control and the method you want to implement
    -If the SDK that comes with the DSP covers your motor control technique
    -Fault inputs
    -How much information you can get from all of this
    -Development tools

    Motorola implements many of the available motor control techniques in the SDK.
    GColsani
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    Thanks a lot for all your answers. Just one more question.
    which is the best suitable TI and Motorola for motor control?

    Thanks again,

    mimoto



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    Prefer Analog Devices

    I would recommend Analog Devices DSPs and Kits. Have a look at www.analg.com/dsp



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    Quote Originally Posted by mImoto
    Thanks a lot for all your answers. Just one more question.
    which is the best suitable TI and Motorola for motor control?

    Thanks again,

    mimoto
    The very best you can use is Analog Devices' ADDS-21992-EzLITE. Really powerful!



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    Re: DSP evaluation board

    Quote Originally Posted by jaac
    The very best you can use is Analog Devices' ADDS-21992-EzLITE. Really powerful!
    This incorporates Mixed signal DSP (ADSP-21992) which has on chip 8-channel 14-bit 20MHz ADC and in addition it has Controller Area Network (CAN) module very useful in automotive applications and three phase PWMs and many other embedded peripherals (Timers, SPI, SPORT).



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    Re: DSP evaluation board

    Yes, undoubtely, the best.

    Go here for more information: http://tinyurl.com/2xt9b

    JaaC



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    Re: DSP evaluation board

    Analog devices still has the blackfin (ADDS-BF533-EZPROMO) for 99usd, avnet have it in stock (http://w*w.em.avnet.com/semi/).

    dahem0n



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    DSP evaluation board

    Hi dahem0n !
    what is this Blackfin 553 EZPROMO packge contain ?



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    Re: DSP evaluation board

    I just chatted with a rep at avnet, and he said it was just the Visual DSP software? Can anyone confirm this?

    Mark



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    Re: DSP evaluation board

    The avnet promo is now a "lucky" draw for a free VisualDSP suite... Not the board itself... Also, if you are not living in the States, you are out of luck.

    For cheap DSP board, it is the cheapest I found so far.... Kind of a clone of the Analog 2181 EVB... But with the more powerful 2185. It costs $140.

    http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/Fdspx.html



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    Re: DSP evaluation board

    Its true the Blackfin promotion was until April 30, sorry, now it cost 400 USD
    The specs are:
    -ADSP-BF533 Blackfin® Processor
    -32 MB (16M x 16-bit) SDRAM
    -2 MB (512K x 16-bit x 2) FLASH memory
    -AD1836 96 kHz audio codec w/ 4 input and 6 output RCA jacks
    -ADV7183 video decoder w/ 3 input RCA jacks
    -ADV7171 video encoder w/ 3 output RCA jacks
    -ADM3202 RS-232 line driver/receiver
    -DB9 male connector
    -USB-based debugger interface
    -JTAG ICE 14-pin header
    -SPORT0 connector
    -Evaluation suite of VisualDSP++
    -10 LEDs: 1 power, 1 board reset, 1 USB reset, 1 USB monitor, 6 general purpose
    -5 push buttons w/ debounce logic: 1 reset, 4 programmable flag
    -Three 90-pin connectors providing PPI, SPI, EBIU, Timers0-2, UART, Programmable Flags, SPORT0, and SPORT1 expansion interfaces for analyzing and interfacing
    -CE certified

    I got one but it's in my home and i'm here on campus

    dahem0n



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