DSP + Compiler (Highlevel, easy to use) + Matlab (or other PC-programms)

Heinz Beimert <HB@ADwin.de>
5 Sep 1998 01:16:16 -0400

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From: Heinz Beimert <HB@ADwin.de>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 5 Sep 1998 01:16:16 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: DSP, design


first, I am a little bit confused how wrote the original email and how
is interessted in DSPs + an easy to develop Compiler + (Matlab)

The answer: There are a line for intelligent DSP systems (with
Sharc-DSP ADSP21062 from AnalogDevices) for data-acquisition and

You can use this systems under Windows-3.1/95/98 + Windows-NT : wirh
Matlab, VisualBasic, Delhpi, Visual-C, C/C++, Testpoint, Labview,
Labwindows, .....

and under Linux !!

Hardware: ADwin and ADwin-light, the PC plug-ins, are analog/digital
I/O boards with an additional processor module and local
memory. ADwin-Pro, the external processing system, has a modular
design with a large number of inputs, outputs, and signal conditioning
available. There also the new system called ADwin-Gold in a very
robust matall enclosure.

Compiler: ADbasic, the real-time development tool, is an easy to use
compiler that allows you to program fast and powerful measurement and
control processes that will run on the fully programmable ADwin
board. One ADwin system can run different parallel processes. ADbasic
creates processes that use variables and arrays that MATLAB can
directly access through the ADlab driver. Once an application is
ready, ADbasic produces binary code that MATLAB can download and
start/stop. Instead of Matlab you can use all other PC-programms
(there a lot of different drivers).

.Data acquisition
.Process control/monitoring
.Real-time systems
.Signal processing/analysis/control

For information mail to : info@adwin.de

Best regards
Heinz Beimert

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