[s1mp3-dev] '24-bit Harvard-architecture DSP' -> ADSP21xx?
csbluechip at gmail.com
Sun Jun 18 12:33:07 CDT 2006
Maybe there is more information to be preened from the Actions Patent
Maybe Actions would be prepared to tell us what DAC they used?
Maybe Harvard keeps a log of who purchases what?
Rememeber that, as far as we know, Actions did nothing other than
stick a bunch of chips in a single blob of plastic ...it's fairly
standard with these types of devices.
>I have updated the wiki page
>Would somebody please use the g21 decompiler
>http://www.kvaleberg.com/g21.html to "see" into those .dsp files? I am
>having troubles at using g21 here on windows. Add your results to the
>above wiki page and send an email here if you make important discoveries ;)
>Jeroen Domburg ha scritto:
> >Hi all,
> >Could one of you check if the DSP inside the ATJ20xx perhaps is an
> >ADSP21xx version? I just happened to notice that the host interface is the
> >same as the registers that are exposed to the Z80... I think it's the
> >same, but I'd like a more thorough check by someone else...
> >The ADSP docs are here:
> >The family manual is here:
> >and some more manuals are here:
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