I have almost completed my DSP algorithm implementation on the 21262 Eval Board, and now I am ready to start looking around for the best deal on creating the reference circuit board for my device. Basically I would like to find the best deal on a 3rd party company who can help me to design most efficient and cost effective reference circuit board that suits requirements for my device.
Can someone recommend which companies should I contact first? I'd highly appreciated.
Here are some specifications for my device:
-Power supply: 9V, 12V (on input)-Battery powered, or via the DC converter-Physical dimensions: 2’’ x 3’’ x 1’’ (width x length x depth)-One button for mode selection/restart-One switch for ON/OFF selection-One LED indicator light (green/yellow/red)
More info:DOCUMENTATIONhttp://www.analog.com/en/embedded-processing-dsp/sharc/adsp-21262/processors/manuals/resources.html?display=popupBOARD DESIGNhttp://www.analog.com/en/embedded-processing-dsp/sharc/adsp-21262/processors/board-design-database/resources.html?display=popup
I will respond to your request privately, but I just wanted to point out to other readers that Danville Signal specializes in SHARC based DSP boards. We released the very first commercially available ADSP-21262 board. It was released the same day that the ADSP-21262 was announced (and it actually existed).
Since that time, we have designed and manufactured numerous third and fourth generation SHARC boards. Currently we are working on ADSP-21479, ADSP-21489 and ADSP-21469 projects.