ANN: ESF Dual Blackfin Development System

EmINENT Microsystems provides developers an easy to use Blackfin development system to speed all stages of your project. From prototype to rollout the Embedded Software Framework can reduce engineering costs and speed time to market.

Flexible - Software reconfiguration via ESF embedded templatization for clean application specific modifications.

Reliable - Uses COTS components and a stringent QA process to ensure a quality,long-lasting product even in harsh environments

This feature rich package includes:

Dual Blackfin 535 DSPs High speed - 700 MIPS Gigabit Ethernet

3.3 volt PCI PC/104 Plus 2 on board, 4 channel, high-speed A/D converters 12 bit simultaneous 4 channel @ 400 KSPS 16 bit dual simultaneous channels @ 500 KSPS Input channel expansion through modular I/O boards Maximum memory per DSP of 128 MB 544 KB boot flash and 2 MB of flash data memory High resolution (ns) real-time clock with battery back-up storage options include hard drive and PCMCIA Dynamic power management per DSP Triple SPORT serial ports Dual UART, SPI serial ports Dual USB/JTAG interface Global bus expansion connector

EmINENT Microsystems is a premier provider of advanced software and design services to the global embedded market. EmINENT Microsystems offers a wide range of embedded products and ODM/OEM services including ESF OST (Embedded Software FrameworkT) a royalty free object oriented RTOS and networking suite, DSP algorithm, embedded neural network and pattern recognition libraries. These technologies enable next generation smart devices and embedded applications such as consumer devices, medical devices, M2M, wireless products, remote monitoring and point of sale terminals. EmINENT Microsystems accelerates the product development cycle and reduces overall project costs. Discover the EmINENT advantage.

For more information, please call: John Laws EmINENT Microsystems, Inc.

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