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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TechnoConcepts anticipates that the technology will be available for direct incorporation into cell phones by 2007, both as a stand-alone ASIC chip and as core technology to be integrated in a device's digital signal processing chip.
This challenge has been met by running Surf's customized dual-modem software package on Texas Instruments' (NYSE: TXN) C5410 digital signal processing chip.
He said that around $35m will go towards a stake in a $100m joint venture with Texas Instruments to make digital signal processing chips, while $10m is earmarked for the company to expand into internet-related business and the bulk will be used to beef up its PC and hard disk drive manufacturing facilities.
The availability of inexpensive high speed integrated circuits and programmable digital signal processing chips has spurred the development of sophisticated digital communication systems.
Then, special digital signal processing chips convert up to 15 frames per second into millions of individual pixels, or picture elements.
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