IDE Hard Drive / Compact Flash Recorder
Applied Signal Processing has developed an IDE “direct to disk” audio recorder created from off the shelf components available from Texas Instruments and Applied Signal Processing. The recorder can simultaneously playback and record stereo data in WAVE file format to a Compact Flash or Hard Drive at a sample rate of 44.1 KHz. The solution uses a Texas Instruments TMS3206713™ (or TMS3205510™) DSK, Applied Signal Processing’s Compact Flash/Hard Drive Mass Storage Daughter Card and Applied Signal Processing’s FAT32 Compact Flash/Hard Drive Interface Framework. The FAT32 compatible file system which is included with the framework allows the compact flash to be removed from the Mass Storage Daughter Card and read by any PC.
Direct To Disk Recorder - Block Diagram
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This stand alone solution uses our IDE daughter card’s available RS-232 serial port and Applied Signal Processing’s Live Data Exchange (LDX™) serial protocol and ActiveX™ server to allow a PC user running a windows based GUI to control and query the data recorder without the use of an emulator.
Direct To Disk Recorder – User Interface
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Customers have used our SD/CF/HD Framework and LDX in several products including one application which we developed that records weeks of audio data to directly to Hard Disk. Applied Signal Processing can provide application development, device driver support, and customization options to exactly match your needs, making sure your product is a success!
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