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What is a DSP?
Digital signal processing; The study of signals in a digital representation and the processing methods of these signals; Digital signal processor; A specialized microprocessor designed specifically for digital signal processing, generally in real-time.
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2008-04-29 Oracle, ZTE tie-up develops SDP platform for global market
Oracle and ZTE have announced that they are extending their strategic alliance for the development and marketing of SDP offerings in China and globally.
2015-02-20 Molex beefs up RF portfolio with SDP Telecom buy
The interconnect and assembly company has acquired Canadian company SDP Telecom, a designer and manufacturer of RF/microwave solutions for the wireless communications industry.
2002-10-02 Sola/Hevi-Duty supply devices power DeviceNet apps
Sola/Hevi-Duty's SDN4-24-100 series of three 24Vdc power supplies has been designed to meet Open DeviceNet Vendors Association specs for DeviceNet apps.
2000-03-03 IP telephony signaling
IP telephony offers flexible bandwidth for voice, facsimile, video and data sharing. The paper describes one of the most important factors for enabling interconnectivity?signaling.
2001-05-22 Inter-gateway protocols enable IP telephony
H.323, MGCP, and SIP are common protocols that address specific aspects of the technology needed to develop complex IP telephony systems.
2014-11-21 Grasping the significance of charge detectors
Learn about the role of charger detectors in the USB battery charging specification rev. 1.2, and understand how they keep the implementation clean and simple to use.
2012-05-23 Sony, Sharp finally cut LCD ties
Sony will now sell its 7.04 percent share in Sharp Display Products Corp. (SDP) to SDP.
2010-09-21 Wireless BITE Protocol Tester T1212 including Bluetooth low energy validated
AT4 Wireless' BITE T1212, with validated Bluetooth low energy option, executes all the conformance test cases for link layer (LL) and host controller interface (HCI) complying with Bluetooth low energy requirements.
2015-02-20 USB batt charging protocols in Android-based design
Here is a walk-through on the process of incorporating effective power management into a design using the Android distribution of the Linux operating system.
2011-02-14 TPS65921 USB charger detection
Learn about the use of TPS65921's USB charger detection system feature.
2002-09-30 Toshiba SDIO card halves power consumption
Toshiba Corp. has announced the availability of a Bluetooth SDIO card to provide wireless communications capabilities to mobile and digital consumer products.
2013-08-22 Thyristor offers 45% lower capacitance than clamping devices
The Littelfuse SIDACtor in the SOT23-6 package claims to provide robust over-voltage protection for broadband/xDSL telecommunications equipment with minimal effects on connection speed and reach.
2002-07-25 Sola/Hevi-Duty industrial supply delivers 100W at 4.2A
Sola/Hevi-Duty says its SDP4-24-100, which delivers 100W at 4.2A, is the smallest such industrial power supply.
2009-08-06 Sharp, Sony ink LCD joint venture
Sharp Corp. and Sony Corp. have entered into an agreement to establish a joint venture company to produce and sell large-sized LCD panels and modules.
2012-03-30 Sharp, Sony amend LCD JV agreement
Sharp Corp. and Sony Corp. are further amending their joint venture agreement that was originally executed in July 2009 and amended in April 2011.
2012-05-04 Selecting the right USB version for your app
Know the varieties of the ubiquitous USB interface so you can make the appropriate choice for your situation.
2012-12-11 NVMe paves the way for SSDs in the enterprise
Scalable host controller interface for PCIe SSDs provides an optimised register interface, end-to-end data protection and performance across multiple cores.
2008-09-24 NEC bags femtocell system order from Softbank
NEC has received an order from Softbank Mobile Corp. for IMS-based (IP Multimedia Subsystem) femtocell system.
2004-11-05 Maxim filters, buffer suit 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i standards
Maxim has developed 3-channel, switchable HD/SD video-reconstruction filters and buffers ideal for 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i video scanning-system standards.
2003-11-17 Inside network programming with SML
Extending protocol abstraction to the application layer improves productivity by supporting a top-down design approach, which masks the details of protocol messages and packet formats from the programmer.
2009-11-27 IBM sets up telecom dev't centers in Asia, South Africa
IBM has opened telecommunications development centers in China, South Africa and Malaysia to provide a broad array of advanced technical skills and specialized offerings.
2009-06-11 Detect switches tailored for portable medical apps
C&K Components has developed a broad line of detect switches for Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture and Advanced Mezzanine Card use in portable medical equipment.
2002-04-02 CSR software embeds Bluetooth into non-Windows devices
The BlueCore Host Software allows designers to embed Bluetooth capability into a range of devices, such as mobile phones and PDAs, not running on Windows OS.
2002-02-20 CSR Bluetooth serial protocol incorporated into Windows CE.NET
Cambridge Silicon Radio has announced that its BlueCore serial protocol host controller interface transport protocol has been incorporated into the Windows CE.NET OS as part of the Bluetooth driver.
2002-02-27 CATC unveils world's first InfiniBand 4X protocol analyzer
Claimed to be the world's first analyzer for the Infiniband 4X protocol, the IBTracer 4X, shortens engineering development cycles and reduces the costs of developing InfiniBand-based semiconductors, switches, routers, and software.
2016-05-18 Benefits of adding isolation to LVDS interfaces
Adding isolation to LVDS interfaces provides a transparent solution that can be inserted into existing signal chains for high-speed and precision measurement and control applications.
2014-04-30 AMD raises the bar on performance-per-watt in APUs
The mobile APUs, codenamed Beema and Mullins, achieve CPU speeds of up to 2.4GHz and boast an average 38 per cent reduction in energy leakage. The devices come in form factors that can fit well in tablets and ultrathin notebooks.
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