General-purpose uPs for DSP applications: Consider the trade-offs

Blalock, Garrick
October 1997
EDN;10/23/97, Vol. 42 Issue 22, p165
Trade Publication
Discusses general-purpose uPs for DSP applications and computers. Disadvantage of general-purpose uPs; Replacement methods for DSP; Detailed information on issue. INSET: Benchmark studies demostrate general-purpose uPs' DSP...


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