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Is DSP functionality still hot?
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It's tough to find an embedded system that doesn't do some type of digital signal processing, and it...[ View complete article ]


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Is DSP functionality still hot?

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It's tough to find an embedded system that doesn't do some type of digital signal processing, and it's quite difficult to look for an embedded processor that doesn't have DSP-oriented architectural features. Because of these, all processors have to be DSP-related. We're seeing the DSP splinter into many sub-industries, each with diverse requirements for both hardware and software.
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A good article and yes, I agree with Jeff that DSP technology (or whatever new names or terms they will be known as) will find their way into practically every electronic product in time to come. With digital data streams flowing everywhere in different industry verticals, processing requirements can only increase leading to the need for more powerful algorithms and fast, energy-efficient chips.
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