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digital signal processor

[‚dij·əd·əl ′sig·nəl ‚prä‚ses·ər]
(computer science)
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Wireless communication involving handsets and infrastructure, automotive navigation systems, imaging systems and HD video products are expected to be the key end user segment offering leeway for demand growth of Digital Signal Processors.
Interpeak continues its mission to provide communications solutions for embedded systems by releasing a new edition of its IPLITE TCP/IP v4 and v6 stack, tailored to Motorola's StarCore-based family of Digital Signal Processors.
To test high data rate, high-fidelity digital signal processors in this application, the reference clock must have extremely low random noise and no spurious signals or half-period distortions.
The growing market of VoIP communication platform is expected to boost the demand for the Digital Signal Processors (DSP).
The T1 version of the RS4100C includes four programmable Texas Instruments TMS320C5410 digital signal processors.
DSP Semiconductors' PINE architecture is a core technology for building digital signal processors.
SPI), a fabless semiconductor company that is making parallel processing simple, today announced the first members of its Storm-1[TM] family of data-parallel digital signal processors (DSPs) - the SP16-G160 and the SP8-G80.
This is the market that utilizes digital signal processors (DSPs), TI's most significant product.
These systems support digital signal processors from all the major vendors, making Spectrum a leader in industrial DSP applications.
This includes high-definition visualization systems, operating room (OR) digital imaging control systems, digital signal processors and routers, digital image capture systems, integration technologies, as well as infection control products.
He explained that DSP's Pine architecture is a core technology for building digital signal processors.
Digital signal processors (DSPs) are the second-fastest growing market segment, with sales projected to grow at a 13 percent compound annual rate through 2009.

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