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TI DSP reduces overall system costs

Posted: 25 Nov 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:texas instruments? tms320c6412? dsp? c6412?

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has introduced the TMS320C6412 DSP, which reduces overall system costs. Designed to suit telecom infrastructure, networking and high-end imaging applications, the C6412 features an on-chip Ethernet MAC, peripheral component interconnect (PCI) port, host port interface (HPI) as well as on-chip RAM.

The C6412 DSP, an addition to the MS320C6000 roadmap, delivers 64 general-purpose 32-bit registers and its eight parallel functional units can compute four 16-bit multiply-accumulates per clock cycle.

Engineers can evaluate their DSP design with the TMS320C6416 DSP Starter Kit (DSK). It contains a development board with 512KB of Flash, 16MB of SDRAM, the Code Composer Studio (CCStudio) Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and a USB cable for attaching to a host PC.

The TMS320C6412 is offered in both 500MHz and 600MHz clock speeds, with the 500MHz version priced at $39.95 for 10,000-unit quantities. The C6416 DSK is available for $395.

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