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General DDS vs DSP Question

Question asked by jar04 on Mar 21, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 1, 2017 by nearlaya



I'm looking for  a chip that can be programmed to generate at least 5 independent frequencies. This is for a medical research project, and it was initially suggested that I search for a DSP to do the job, but it seems like a DDS is what I'm looking for because DSP only processes and updates a digital signal, whereas a DDS can produce analog waveforms of the frequencies I desire. Is this correct? Sorry, I am very new to this stuff.