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What is digital signal processing/processor (DSP)?
1. Digital Signal Processing (DSP) is the study of signals in a digital representation and the processing methods of these signals. 2. A Digital Signal Processor (DSP) is a specialised microprocessor designed specifically for digital signal processing. These processors efficiently and rapidly perform calculations on digitised signals that were originally analogue. DSPs are programmable, allowing parameters to be easily changed.
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2005-10-10 2MP image sensor from OmniVision touts full integration
OmniVision Technologies claims to offer the industry's first fully integrated 1/4-inch 2-Megapixel CameraChip, giving the company a leadership position in the mobile camera phone market.
2006-02-15 2MP CameraChip integrates AF control
OmniVision unveiled the OV2645, which it touts as the world's first 1/4-inch, 2 Megapixel CameraChip with fully integrated autofocus (AF) control on a single chip.
2007-06-06 10bit video digitizer achieves up to 165Msps speed grades
Intersil Corp. has introduced the ISL51002, said to be the industry's most sophisticated 10bit video digitizer which has three speed grades up to 165Msps to deliver resolution up to 1,080p/UXGA at 60Hz
2004-03-19 'Over the top' routing boosts PCB speeds
A new approach to PCB routing can boost chip-to-chip interconnect speeds to 20Gbps, dramatically speeding system performance, according to Joe Fjelstad, founder of technology startup SiliconPipe.
2008-02-06 'First' 1.4?m; 5Mpixel image sensor rolls for handsets
Eastman Kodak Co. has introduced the KAC-05020 image sensor, claimed to be the first 1.4?, 5MP device, combining Kodak's Color Filter Pattern technology with a new CMOS pixel.
2006-07-04 'Fastest' 16bit PCI digitizer offers dual port memory
AlazarTech said its 16bit PCI waveform digitizer, touted to be the fastest, has a dual port acquisition memory that allows data transfer to PC memory without stopping the acquisition session.
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