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Adaptive FIR Fx-NLMS, which evaluation board?

Question asked by KOL on May 2, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 22, 2018 by Guo_uc

Dear Community,

 

I would like to implement an adaptive FIR filter with 1024 coefficients, to be updated by a normalized, filtered-X LMS algorithm (Fx-NLMS) at a sample rate of 2 kHz. For this, I am looking for a DSP evaluation board which in addition also should have two analog line-in and one line-out. Will the ADAU1452 be a good choice or are there better ones?

 

(The graphical programming of the SigmaDSPs sounds attractive, else if the Matlab code of the algorithm now used for off-line simulations could be transfered so the DSP understands it and then downloaded to the DSP board memory that could be an alternative, if C/C++ programming could be avoided it would be nice)

 

With best regards

Karl-Ola

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