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Signal Ranger MK2
Signal Ranger MK2
The DSP board may be used while connected to a PC, providing a means of exchanging data and commands between the PC and DSP in real time. It may also be used in stand -alone mode, executing embedded DSP code. Given its very flexible resources (DSP+FPGA) and the fact that it can work as a standalone board, the Signal Ranger MK2 board may be used in many applications. The Signal Ranger MK2 DSP board can be used with the expansion board SR2 Analog which adds 16 ADCs and DACs (16-bits). Along with this expansion board, Signal Ranger MK2 DSP board is a cost effective solution for multi-channel DSP applications.
Multi –channel Speech and Audio Acquisition and Processing
Instrumentation and Measurement
Acoustic array processing/Beamforming
DSP Software Development
Cost-effective solution for multi-channel audio applications (with the optional SR2 Analog 16 expansion board)
Includes a powerful 400 kgates Spartan 3-FPGA from Xilinx providing 63 digital I/Os for general purposes and hardware interface
USB 2.0 port allows the transfer of real time data to/from the PC
Two boot modes (standalone & PC) are accessible without using any jumpers. Even when the DSP board has booted in standalone mode, the PC may be connected at any time to read/write DSP memory without interrupting the already executing DSP code.
LabVIEW Interface: The library of LabVIEW Vis allows the development of LabVIEW code to interface with the DSP board. It includes Vis to download DSP code, launch DSP functions, and read/write DSP memory while the code is executing
C/C++ Interface: This DLL allows the development of PC code written in C/C++ to interface with the DSP board. They include functions to download DSP code, launch DSP functions, and read/write DSP memory while the DSP code is executing.
DSP JTAG connector. With the addition of a JTAG emulator (not included), it allows complete emulation from the Code Composer Studio environment.
The board features a dedicated USB 2.0 controller. The DSP is free from all USB protocol management tasks. Furthermore, in this architecture, the USB controller is master, allowing the PC to positively take control of the board in any circumstance, even after the DSP code has crashed.