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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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2004-10-13 Winbond unveils new image signal processor chip
Winbond Electronics Corp. has recently announced its new image signal processor (ISP) LSI for 1.3- to 3-megapixel camera modules applied to mobile handsets
2005-10-31 Wideband tuner targets high-end military RF signal processing
M/A-COM announced the new TU-3840 wideband ELINT tuner, which is designed for use in high-end signal processing military applications and is based on the company's SEI-certified, SMR-3822 RF Microwave Sweeping Receiver technology.
2015-10-16 Wideband digital receiver touts higher processing capability
Keysight released what it says is an enhanced signal processing configuration for its M9703B 12bit AXIe high-speed digitiser/wideband digital receiver to target OEMs and aerospace & defence applications.
2008-08-18 Wanted: Mixed-signal experts
The rising shortage of analog engineers has made digital chip powerhouses like Freescale Semiconductor Inc. redouble its efforts in recruiting and grooming skilled practitioners in the alchemy of mixed-signal processing.
2011-03-28 VPX board offers wide variety I/O processing, FPGA computing
Acromag's VPX board routes power and bus signals to a plug-in XMC or PMC mezzanine module with an 8-lane PCIe interface to enable a wide variety of I/O processing and FPGA computing options
2008-12-15 Video processing library offers free DaVinci accelator
TI has launched a new royalty-free video/imaging co-processor Signal Processing Library that offers signal processing application developers access the DaVinci technology accelerator.
2008-06-30 Using microcontrollers in digital signal processing applications
This application note from Silicon Laboratories discusses the implementation of three DSP solutions on the C8051F12x and C8051F36x family of MCUs: FIR filters; Goertzel Algorithm used for DTMF decoding; FFT algorithm.
2003-06-16 Using FPGAs to break Moore's Law in signal processing
The key to successfully taking advantage of the full capabilities of FPGA-based DSP systems is in software - both for developing the underlying DSP algorithms and in the embedded software that runs on the final system.
2003-03-11 Trigonometric Functions on the DSP16000 Core Digital Signal Processor
This application note describes how to program trigonometric functions on the DSP 16000 Core Digital Signal Processor
2008-09-11 Tool eases design, signal testing of digital radio
Colorado Electronic Product Design has introduced a digital radio kit consisting of three configurable PCBs.
2003-10-27 TI signal controllers provide 100MIPS for <$5
Texas Instruments Inc. has released its TMS320F2801, TMS320F2806, and TMS320F2808 digital signal controllers that feature improved capabilities and functionality
2002-03-08 TI MCUs increase signal-processing rate
Texas Instruments has boosted the signal-processing capabilities of its 16-bit Flash microcontroller line, launching four new members last week that TI said will provide a sustained conversion rate of 380kSa/s from the on-chip ADC.
2012-03-23 TI launches analog, mixed-signal research lab
The lab will be closely collaborating with its customers and universities in recruiting the talent pool needed for the research program.
2003-12-08 TI ADC eyes advanced signal processing apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced the availability of a 14-bit, 125MSPS low-power (750mW) ADC, which targets medical and test and measurement apps.
2004-03-16 TI ADC eyes advanced signal processing apps
Texas Instruments has introduced a pair of high-speed, 14-bit SAR ADCs from its Burr-Brown product line.
2001-04-12 The role of distributed arithmetic in FPGA-based signal processing
This application note derives the distributed arithmetic (DA) algorithm in embedding DSP functions in FPGA devices, and provides examples that illustrate its effectiveness in producing gate-efficient designs.
2000-02-01 The future of mixed-signal design
I hear two contradictory things regarding mixed-signal IC design. One set of voices says the systems-on-chip (SoC) of the future will be large mixed-signal systems, and the proportion of these being built will double from about 33 percent currently to 66 percent by 2005. The other set of voices says everything will be big digital chips constructed in ever-deeper submicron CMOS, in that the ASICs of the future will use as many 15 million logic gates, but that the analog and mixed-signal circuitry will be left off-chip
2005-07-21 Tech show to highlight video, signal processing
The future of video design and tomorrow's signal-processing climate will share the limelight at the 13th EDA&T Conference and Exhibition and the 5th ESC in Taipei this month.
2013-09-25 ST fuses Movea motion processing firmware to MCU
The integration of SmartMotion into STM32F401 will enable to developers to create context-aware applications that use multiple sensor inputs while lessening the burden on the main applications processor.
2007-04-16 SPI packs DSPs with stream processing
Stream Processors Inc. emerges from stealth mode to introduce two parts that embody what the company calls a fundamentally new architecture and the first commercial application of stream processing for DSPs
2012-11-20 Spatial light modulator enhances signal over 10 Gbit/s
A micron-scale spatial light modulator can significantly enhance the performance of optical information processing systems, according to researchers at Rice University
2006-10-19 Solution enables programmable subwoofer signal conditioning
Anadigm has introduced a dpASP that provides a programmable platform for subwoofer signal conditioning
2008-06-03 Solution accelerates DSP/FPGA co-processing
Impulse Accelerated Technologies and 3L Ltd have announced a technology bridge allowing DSP application developers to create accelerated algorithms for high-performance embedded systems.
2010-01-04 Signal processors improve image acquisition
ADI's two newest image signal processors enable high-resolution, high-speed sampling of signals from advanced image sensors
2011-03-03 Signal processor enables wearable biomedical sensor systems
The CoolBio biomedical signal processor jointly developed by imec, Holst Centre and NXP consumes only 13pJ/cycle when running a complex ECG algorithm at 1MHz and 0.4V operating voltage
2004-11-24 Signal processing with the MAXQ multiply-accumulate unit (MAC)
This app note demonstrates signal processing with MAXQ multiply-accumulate unit (MAC).
2009-05-13 Signal processing with ST10-DSP
The goal of this application note is to precise ST10-DSP features and tools. It describes how to use and program the ST10-DSP co-processor for common signal processing algorithms with a set of dedicated examples.
2010-03-16 Signal processing solution packs LTE ref library
CoWare Inc. is offering the SPW 2010.1 with enhanced LTE reference library and a Xilinx implementation flow that includes direct source translation technology from C Data Flow into RTL.
2010-08-02 Signal processing library speeds up video analytics deployment
Pico Computing has developed a signal processing library which is made up of a set of FPGA firmware components and related tools that speed the development and deployment of advanced video and network analytics for security, defense and aerospace applications.
2000-11-01 Signal leakage mires conversions
This article reviews superheterodyne tuning techniques and offers pointers for more streamlined implementations.
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