DSP56000

DSP56000

A digital signal processing chip from Motorola.

An assembler called a56 and a port of gcc called dsp56k-gcc are available.
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Our (incomplete) specification of the DSP56000 exhibits similar problems.
We are considering two extensions that would help improve specifications of the 68000 and the DSP56000 and would help specify address prefixes on the Pentium.
The CY7C1024AV33 meets the 24-bit data path requirements of Motorola's DSP56000 and DSP56300 families, which have become the preferred solution for applications such as digital audio, next-generation smart networking infrastructure systems for wireless communications, and Internet Protocol (IP) telephony.
Motorola's DSP56000 and DSP56300 families have been behind the scenes of professional audio in editing and mastering equipment used for a majority of movie soundtracks and CDs.
has extended its software development tools for Motorola's DSP56000, 56300 and 56600 families with improved compiler optimization and compatibility enhancements that will help users migrate from the Motorola GNU tools to TASKING tools and gain a 25% reduction in code size.
Motorola's contributions to industry-standard architectures include the 6800, 68000, DSP56000, 6805, 68HC11/12 and PowerPC families.
The CSIC Microcontroller Divisions are business units within Motorola's Microcontroller Technolog percent of the 1995 microcontroller market, aocessor, Motorola has played a key role in devs include the 6800, 68000, DSP56000, 6805, 68HC11/12 and PowerPC families.
The company's contributions to industry-standard architectures include the 68000, DSP56000, 6805, 68HC11/12 and PowerPC families.
In addition, Motorola's DSP56004 offers all the architectural features of the 24-bit DSP56000 core product family with added digital audio specific enhancements.
The new 80 MHz processor is now the most powerful in Motorola's industry-standard, 24-bit DSP56000 family; Motorola also offers the DSP56002 at 40 and 66 MHz.
The DSP56005 is based on Motorola's industry-standard, 24-bit DSP56000 architecture, featuring a fully-static design and three independent execution units that operate in parallel - the Data Arithmetic Logic unit (ALU), a Program Control Unit (PCU) and an Address Arithmetic Unit (AAU).
The DSP56002 EVM comes complete with Motorola's DSP56000 cross assembler and DSP56002 debug software from Domain Technologies (Plano, TX) running under MS-DOS.