digital signal processing chip

digital signal processing chip

[‚dij·əd·əl ‚sig·nəl ′prä·səs·iŋ ‚chip]
(computer science)
A digital device for executing algorithms for the transformation or extraction of information from signals originally in analog form, such as audio or images. Abbreviated DSP chip. Also known as digital signal processor.
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He has over 20 years of full-time work experience, including five years in the academia, nine years in the industry (including Hewlett-Packard and two digital signal processing chip startups in the Silicon-Valley, as a principal staff engineer and system architect), and seven years in a US national research institution as a project manager and principal research scientist.
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This challenge has been met by running Surf's customized dual-modem software package on Texas Instruments' (NYSE: TXN) C5410 digital signal processing chip.

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