On Sat, 14 Nov 2009 23:41:35 +0100 (CET)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Karl Hammar) wrote:
> > With just one card talking to the computer I don't think packet loss is
I was trying to avoid that word :)
> > On the hardware side, that Atmel development kit (2) looks very
There is a chip select feature, and also a count overrun, both of which
put the output into high Z state. Therefore the outputs can be
paralleled, and count pulses sent to the appropriate chips by the
processor. It also has an interesting feature of having it's own high
speed conversion clock, so presumably, once a conversion has been
done you can read the result at your leisure - not sure how this would
actually work. I hadn't read far enough to find out if/how this could
> If we are going to have multiple analog inputs at higt sample rate,
Not sure how you'd effectively squeeze in multiple channels of 24 bits
parallel without quite a lot of juggling. Also don't know how fast the
spi interface can run. Ultimately we'd be limited by the speed the
ethernet chip can work.
Will J Godfrey
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