This project delivers Linux support (USB driver and Tools) for a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cards of the Signal Ranger series, see http://www.softdb.com/product_dsp.shtml for details) connected to a Linux host via USB.

Features

  • SRanger series DSP card Linux support for GXSM2 and GXSM3. See gxsm project

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  • iam using singal ranger mk2 B.paillarding may 2005, IAM NOT ABLE TO TEST A SMALL APP which is provided in the gxsm package.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, German

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Education, Developers

User Interface

Gnome, Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

Python, C

Registered

2002-12-25