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DSP suitable for AC Servo Motor

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Ayman Sharif

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I have to build a driver for Permanent Magnet AC servo Motor PMSM. I know that have to use a DSP processeor . I think i need 32 bit DSP with encoder interface and six PWM outputs. There are many companies that makes these DSP's.
Could any one help me in choosing the best one ?
 

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This chips are turposely designed for that!
C2000™ High Performance 32-bit Controllers
TMS320C2000™ Digital Signal Controllers combine control peripheral integration and ease of use of a microcontroller (MCU) with the processing power and C efficiency of TI’s leading DSP technology. All C28x™ controllers are 100% software compatible and offer high-speed 12-bit Analog to Digital converters and advanced PWM generators.

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Hi

Also see DSP56f8xx from freescale And DSPIC from microchip

All the best

BObi
 

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... And don't forget the Blackfin from Analog Devices, too!
 

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Use FPGA and use sliding mode control instead :D
 

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you have these latest microchip 32 bit microcontrollers / dsp chips try using that
 

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i vote for freescale dsp 58f323
 

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I like Microchip. They let you order free samples. Saves a little money on prototyping...
 

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