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I'm looking for a firewire board that supports up to 8 DMA
channels. Can someone please suggest me which brand and model to purchase?
I would prefere one based on the lucent agere fw 323-06 chip, according
with these informations:
It seems to be hard to find out boards with more than 4 channels.
Ing. Paolo Grisleri Artificial Vision and Intelligent System Lab
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On Fri, 2005-09-09 at 14:05 +0200, grisleri wrote:
> I'm looking for a firewire board that supports up to 8 DMA
> channels. Can someone please suggest me which brand and model to purchase?
> I would prefere one based on the lucent agere fw 323-06 chip, according
> with these informations:
> It seems to be hard to find out boards with more than 4 channels.
Google is your friend! ;-) I tried to look for "1394 OR firewire PCI
FW323-06" and got quite a few hits. The most interesting seems to be
that HP does sell one, which will probably be more expensive than the
no-name boards but at least you know where to get it.
Watch out: hp also sells an Adaptec board which is not what you want.
Since you're un Europe you can also check the numerous suppliers whose
website use strange characters that can only be found in the depths of a
UTF dictionary. ;-)
_ Damien 'Takahara' Douxchamps, PhD
('- Post-doctoral investigator
//\ Image Processing Group, NAIST