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DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing
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DSPs vs. FPGAs for multiprocessing

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This article will look at what's available for multiprocessor systems (which inevitably tends to mean the high-performance end of the market), and how you can make the best choice between DSP, FPGA or a hybrid mixture of the two.
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very nice.but vlsi explanation need it
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