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Monday, June 13, 2011

White Paper: Get the performance you need from your DSP core, even when programming in C

Designers are asking their DSP cores to do more and more of the heavy workloads required for highly complex algorithms for filtering, FFT, MIMO, and other signal processing intensive applications. To get high performance from a conventional DSP core, developers have traditionally used assembly code programming, which is time consuming and difficult to debug.
Advances in state-of-the-art DSP architectures and companion compilers now make it possible for developers to keep their algorithms in C and still get the performance they need from a general-purpose high-performance DSP. Read this white paper to find out more.