Software upgrade for data acquisition modules
The TI Code Composer Studio 5.2.1 by Data Translation is designed to develop DSP code for the DT9841 data acquisition modules and can run stand-alone or communicate with a Microsoft Windows application.
Data Translation added a software upgrade for developing DSP code for the DT9841 series of real time DSP data acquisition modules. TI Code Composer Studio 5.2.1 can now be used to develop low-level DSP applications that can run stand-alone or communicate with a Microsoft Windows application. This upgrade is designed for application development with an emphasis in systems with a lot of vibration.
The DT9841 is a real-time USB data acquisition module with embedded DSP for high-accuracy sound and vibration testing. It features full data acquisition capability: eight 24-bit analog inputs, two 24-bit analog outputs, 24 lines of digital I/O, and three 32-bit counter timers.
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