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signal processing

[′sig·nəl ‚prä‚ses·iŋ]
(communications)
The extraction of information from complex signals in the presence of noise, generally by conversion of the signals into digital form followed by analysis using various algorithms. Also known as digital signal processing (DSP).
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The BDTI Benchmark suite is a unique, vendor-independent tool that enables meaningful comparisons between processors used in digital signal processing applications.
Spectrum Signal Processing, a pioneer in applied DSP technology, worked closely with IBM Microelectronics to help develop a number of Mwave features such as the voice/fax discriminator.
The next wave of must-have features relies on innovative signal processing technologies to incorporate TV capabilities, enable high-quality sound from the smallest form factors and deliver photographs that rival those taken from dedicated cameras," said Christian Kermarrec, vice president, RF and Wireless Systems, Analog Devices, Inc.
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Our signal processing strengths are perfectly aligned to close this gap, which is why ADI's sales to consumer electronics customers have averaged more than 25 percent growth per year over the past four years - well exceeding semiconductor industry growth rates.
CONTACT: Barry Jinks, president and CEO of Spectrum Signal Processing, 604-421-5422/
WiMAX continues to gain industry support, with recent commitments by worldwide and North American carriers to build-out a nationwide WiMAX network," said Dave Robertson, product line director, High Speed Signal Processing Group, Analog Devices.
Optichron has achieved a breakthrough in Turbolinear Nonlinear Signal Processing (NSP) technology that will be pivotal in advancing signal processing systems to the next levels of features and cost-to-performance ratios," said Garcia.
Semiconductor and Wireless Veteran to Spearhead Regional Market Expansion for Nonlinear Signal Processing Leader
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has chosen several of ADI's leading signal processing solutions to power the video and audio signal chains in the industry's first hard disk recorder with high-definition (HD) DVD.

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