Feature-rich systems continually gobble up more millwatts

Slade, Brendon
September 2003
Portable Design;Sep2003, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p31
Forecasts the growth in the demand for digital signal processing (DSP) devices with wireless applications. Need to consider power, performance and material costs in designing DSPs.


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