DSP Outperforms in Micro-Logic Market

August 2006
Electronic News;8/21/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 34, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that Reno, Nevada-based market research firm Databeans says that while the overall microcontroller market remains the second largest contributor to worldwide processor revenue, digital signal processor (DSP) is quickly gaining share. The largest market for DSP by far is the wireless communications market, and this is due to the large volume of mobile phones that ship every year. The DSP performs the rapid signal processing required in digital voice transmission.


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