Often, the engineers realize their algorithms will not run on a DSP chip
, so they have started to move to an FPGA or an
Newer generations of DSP chips
may contain parallel or pipelined structures to maximize throughput.
Specifically, discrete DSP chips
now constitute only 11% of the $27 billion 2008 worldwide market for DSP silicon.
Evaluating the CCS tools is just as important as evaluating a DSP chip
By eliminating the need for a separate DSP chip
, and application chips, SoftRISC's field proven solution significantly reduces the cost of semiconductor bill of materials for VoIP and Multimedia applications by $10 to $20 (or more).
D2's software allowed us to include VoIP functionality without the need to add a DSP chip
to the design, enabling us to deliver a highly portable gateway in a 24.
Integrated DSP chip
and Linux OS offers stability and optimal performance
Clearly, this is another growth opportunity for the DSP chip
Multiprocessor DSP chip
supports customer-defined security features
In addition to the announcement of this new affordable version, Data Translation is announcing that its full line of DSP Fulcrum II Series boards have been upgraded to employ Texas Instruments latest version of the floating-point TMS320C6713 DSP chip
Hsinchu, Taiwan) announce the availability of the first production version of a VoIP Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA), incorporating a MIPS-based processor chip, with embedded D2 VoIP software, without use of a DSP chip
which are used in wireless phones also require analog chips, and TI is moving to increase its factory capacity for their manufacturing.