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Unformatted text preview: Connexions module: m10871 1 Rice DSP Lab Setup * Hyeokho Choi This work is produced by The Connexions Project and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License † Abstract The intent of this module is to describe the laboratory equipment and hardware setup at Rice Uni- versity DSP Laboratory. 1 Laboratory Equipment Each lab PC is equipped with a Texas Instrument TMS320C6211 DSK board. The DSK board is hooked to the parallel port of the PC running Windows 2000; the PC can control the DSK via the development environment called Code Composer Studio (CCS) developed by Texas Instrument. Currently we use CCS version 2.1. If you have your owlnet account, create the Samba password to log in to the machines. If you don't have an owlnet account, the TA will give you a username and password for local log in. For analog signal input and output, the DSK board has a PCM3003 codec daughtercard mounted on the board. This board provides 16 bit stereo analog input and output channels at maximum sampling rate ofboard....
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- Spring '10
- Digital Signal Processing, Personal computer, sampling rate, Connexions, Rice University