a high-speed processor with lightning fast interrupt response times for I/O
processing in real time. With an on-board Motorola DSP56167, DSPack-167 is
ideal for processing telephony and voice-band signaling. It is a natural for
fax and modem applications.
versatility is only part of the DSPack-167 solution to completing your
modular I/O design. With the Motorola DSP56167 as its core, a wide variety of
applications can be created to meet your needs.
DSP56167 can process interrupts in a few 60 MHz clock ticks, easily supporting
sub-microsecond responses. You have the speed to do more!
data acquisition and filtering, as well as data compression or decompression.
Depending on the area of your applications, DSPack-167 features reduce the need
for additional components or software, such a signal processing filters. With
its small size (footprint 1.8"Wx3.9"L) you can attach multiple DSPack-167s to
the target system's mother board or to expansions boards.
with other IndustryPack compatible products on a standard host platform for
rapid prototyping and development. Cut time to market and minimize new
implementation, move the DSPack-167 and other IndustryPack compatible products
to a customer target board.
Net result: a custom hardware solution that is developed on a standard platform
with standard building blocks.
located on the target system's mother board or an expansion card, DSPack-167
accesses several resources:
ports, an analog interface port, and a OnCE on the target system can be
accessed via an IndustryPack expansion bus.
IndustryPack I/O and DSP resources through a fast host interface.
Technologies offers SB-56K,
multi-DSP OnCE/JTAG emulator, high performance software to
meet your application needs. Test and debug applications with real-time
performance and extensive display capabilities.
offer the development capabilities you expect:
architecture compatible with the Motorola assembler, linker, and C compiler.
Set up to 128
software breakpoints. Also, you can step through or jump to instruction.
edit stack, register, and memory values. With the in-line assembler, changing
code is easy.