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Card Simplifies DSP Programming

Touted as having an innovative new hardware architecture that radicaly simplifies DSP programming, the Hombre DSP card uses a proprietary real-time data streaming engine that frees the DSP of data movement functions. Up to 600 MFLOPS are delivered via an ADSP-2160 SHARC DSP.
The card features bus mastering, plug-and-play compatibility, 32-bit digital I/O, two 24-bit timers and one DDS, a FIFO-port option, and backward-compatible assembly source for 2106x DSPs. A wide range of development tools are also available, including the company's Armada and Visual Component libraries. The DSP card operates under Windows 9x/NT and accepts the company's line of OMNIBUS analog modules.
Pricing for the Hombre starts at $2495.

TAGS: Digital ICs
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