Blackfin processors enhance signal conversion

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Jan 19, 2010

Analog Devices has unveiled the latest devices in its Blackfin range of processors for converged digital signal and control processing applications - the Blackfin BF50x series.

BF50x series processors are said to enable designers to achieve gains in signal conversion and computational precision, as well as apply advanced power control techniques to yield greater energy efficiency for industrial applications.

Analog Devices has also introduced a low-cost EZ-Kit Lite evaluation platform for the Blackfin BF50x series.

Blackfin BF50x processors deliver up to 400MHz of performance, extending high-performance digital signal processing capabilities to a wider range of applications, including those previously serviced by high-end microcontrollers.

This performance headroom enables designers to achieve greater system functionality and precision through the use of more sophisticated algorithms, and allows greater flexibility to optimise system interface and control capabilities.

Designers can also utilise more advanced software tools and libraries for code generation, which helps shorten product development cycles and speed time to market.

Blackfin BF50x processors combine industry-standard interfaces with a high-performance signal processing core.

With optional integrated dual-SAR 12-bit ADI ADCs for more accurate data conversion and 4MB of on-board executable flash memory, Blackfin BF50x processors minimise off-chip components to lower overall system costs.

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