Closed Motorola DSP56001AF27 - 24-Bit DSP CONTROLLER

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Motorola DSP56001AF27 - 24BIT DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR

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MOTOROLA
Name: DSP56001ARC27
Condition: used
Packaging: Pin Grid Array (PGA)

Price: 10.00 EUR (including P&P economic mode (except France & exotic countries/Islands/Iceland: please ask me!)


  • Delay in economic mode: 5/10/25+ working days (depends)
  • Delivery: in robust&indestructible :smile: pack - for worldwide.
  • Shipment with insured+tracked: this 'option' is no more available: 'LAPOSTE' has deleted the "SECUR'EXPORT" that I used for sending with tracked/insured. I must check if you want tracked/insured.
Sold as it is - No warranty - No refund - No return.

Payment: PAYPAL as Gift only.

[FONT=&quot]Description
The DSP56001AF27 is an MPU-style general purpose Digital Signal Processor (DSP) composed of an efficient 24-bit DSP core, program and data memories, various peripherals, and support circuitry. The DSP56000 core is fed by on-chip Program RAM, two independent data RAMs, and
two data ROMs containing sine, A-law, and µ-law tables. The DSP56001A contains a Serial Communication Interface (SCI), a Synchronous Serial Interface (SSI), and a parallel Host Interface (HI). The DSP56001A is a cost-effective, high-performance solution for high-precision general purpose digital signal processing. The DSP56001A is intended as a replacement for the DSP56001.

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Digital Signal Processing Core
• Efficient, object code compatible, 24-bit 56000 family DSP engine
• Up to 16.5 Million Instructions Per Second (MIPS)—60.6 ns instruction cycle at 33 MHz
• Up to 99 Million Operations Per Second (MOPS) at 33 MHz
• Executes a 1024-point complex Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) in 59,898 clocks
• Highly parallel instruction set with unique DSP addressing modes
• Two 56-bit accumulators including extension byte
• Parallel 24 × 24-bit multiply-accumulate in 1 instruction cycle (2 clock cycles)
• Double precision 48 × 48-bit multiply with 96-bit result in 6 instruction cycles
• 56-bit addition/subtraction in 1 instruction cycle
• Fractional arithmetic with support for multiprecision arithmetic
• Hardware support for block-floating point FFT
• Hardware nested DO loops
• Zero-overhead fast interrupts (2 instruction cycles)
• Four 24-bit internal data buses and three 16-bit internal address buses for maximum information transfer on-chip

Memory
• On-chip modified Harvard architecture permitting simultaneous accesses to program and two data memories
• 512 × 24-bit on-chip Program RAM and 64 × 24-bit bootstrap ROM
• Two 256 × 24-bit on-chip data RAMs
• Two 256 × 24-bit on-chip data ROMs containing sine, A-law and µ-law tables
• External memory expansion with 16-bit address and 24-bit data buses
• Bootstrap loading from external data bus or Host Interface


Peripheral and Support Circuits
• Byte-wide Host Interface (HI) with Direct Memory Access (DMA) support
• Synchronous Serial Interface (SSI) to communicate with codecs and synchronous serial devices
– 8-, 12-, 16-, and 24-bit word sizes
– Up to 32 software-selectable time slots in Network mode
• Serial Communication Interface (SCI) for full-duplex asynchronous communications
• On-chip peripheral registers memory mapped in data memory space
• Double-buffered peripherals
• Up to twenty-four General Purpose I/O (GPIO) pins
• Two external interrupt request pins

Miscellaneous Features
• Power-saving Wait and Stop modes
• Fully static, HCMOS design for operating frequencies from 33 MHz down to 4 MHz
• 88-pin Ceramic Pin Grid Array (PGA) package; 13 X 13 array
• 5 V power supply




Please use specific tools and all protections against ESD!!!
REMEMBER ALWAYS TO DISCONNECT ALL POWER CABLES BEFORE OPENING UP THE MACHINE!!!!! REMEMBER TO WORK IN A STATIC-FREE ENVIRONMENT, GROUNDING YOURSELF BY CONNECTING A WIRE FROM YOURSELF TO A NEARBY GROUND!!
 
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Need a little more information regarding this card please, zorro specifications, preferred cpu model, software to use with it?

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Need a little more information regarding this card please, zorro specifications, preferred cpu model, software to use with it?

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Hi,
It's just the chip (IC), it's not a card :)
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oh sorry LOL

I just dug out one of my cards that I thought might have been able to take this chip (it has room for 2 more chips) the one in it is a

i 340
TMS34020AGBL-32
E319231
2110184
@1988 TI Japan

The @ = copyright sign

Anyway, who knows, are these chips compatiable? ;-)
 

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I'll check in few hours, time to find datasheet for your chip and compare PINs.
But I doubt they are compatible :(
Can you send me picture from your card please? Thx.
 

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Ah I've cracked it :nod:

http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/vivid24

Relax, it's just part of my Digital Broadcaster 32 suite setup ;) :huh:

hmmm

after closer examination my board is called Broadcaster elite and has a S/N 004034 which is quite a bit higher than that on amiga.resource.cx and the layout of the chips is different with two of mine here with heat sinks on them... :blink:
 
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Ah I've cracked it :nod:

http://amiga.resource.cx/exp/vivid24

Relax, it's just part of my Digital Broadcaster 32 suite setup ;) :huh:

hmmm

after closer examination my board is called Broadcaster elite and has a S/N 004034 which is quite a bit higher than that on amiga.resource.cx and the layout of the chips is different with two of mine here with heat sinks on them... :blink:

On AMIGA.RESOURCE.CX I can see: "double graphics math coprocessor upgrade kit (2× TMS 34082)"
It's not for DSP processor!!!!(n)
You need 2x TMS34082AGC-32, Texas Instruments Inc, PGA-145, Arithmetic Processor.

Can you give me your exact configuration please? I'm interested to know what sort of card you have on AMIGA, for videos applications.
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I don't actually use any of my older machines at this stage... I retired my A4000 233mhz when the SAM was released... now my SAM sits in an antistatic bag too... and Flex is being used :)

I use my 800Mhz Flex, those cards are in anti static bags as I sort through my somewhat rather large cpu collection... I just noticed this chip and thought hmmm... maybe I can make one of my cards just that more complete...

Sorry for filling your sell thread with snippets of yesterday ;-)
 

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No Problem!

I am sorry I can't help you. But if you put the DSP to locations on your board, you risk having an autocombustion in your Amiga. :blink:

Here is the datasheet of the MOTOROLA DSP: http://dl.free.fr/qwwbiEmkb
 
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