Development kit cracks DaVinci video code

June 2006
Electronics Weekly;6/21/2006, Issue 2246, p29
Trade Publication
This article reports that Texas Instruments Inc. has described a digital video software development kit based on its DaVinci video processing platform. The DSP platform incorporates an ARM CPU and one of the aims of the development kit is to provide support for microprocessor system designers which may not have a high level of DSP design expertise. Expected applications include set top boxes, video phones and video security systems. The platform includes Linux board support package from MontaVista that has been optimised for video applications.


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