RTD’s SPM6030 and SPM6020 dspModules feature the Texas Instruments TMS320C6202 DSP operating at 233 MHz. dspModules speed up math-intensive operations, permitting the CPU to handle application specific tasks. By utilizing the on-board Flash memory the dspModule can be used as a stand-alone CPU. This reduces overall system cost and power consumption when a CPU is not needed. Multi-channel buffer serial ports (McBSP) provide for extensive I/O bandwidth up to 100 Mb/s each. SyncBus provides synchronization between cards.
Selected dspModules allow for up to four expansion cards via a PlatformBus. The PlatformBus provides a dedicated 32-bit bus that connects directly to the DSP, simplifying development of custom analog front-end boards.
These dspModules are programmable in C/C++ via Texas Instruments Code Composer Studio and RTD’s dspFramework libraries to streamline software development.
- 233 MHz TMS320C6202 DSP
- 1864 MIPS operation
- -40° to +85°C
- Eight 32-Bit Instructions/Cycle
- 4.3 ns cycle time
- 16 Mbytes surface-mounted SDRAM
- 466 MB/s transfer rate
- 2 Mbytes Flash
- 3 Multi channel Buffered Serial Port (McBSP) (max 100Mbit/s)
- Watch-Dog Timer
- VLIW instruction device
- Bus master or target only mode
- Stackable 120-pin PCI Expansion bus for use with PCI-104 and PC/104-Plus
- All DSP resources are accessible from the PCI Bus
- SPM6030: Stackable 104-pin AT expansion bus