Page: 1 2 3 Next

Parts by Number Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
IC AD9803 CCD SIGNAL PROCESSOR LQFP-48 National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
DV164035 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided MPLAB. ® ICD 3 In-Circuit Debugger System is Microchip's most cost effective high-speed hardware debugger/programmer for Microchip Flash Digital Signal Controller (DSC) and microcontroller (MCU) devices. It debugs and programs PIC ® Flash microcontrollers and dsPIC ® DSCs...
TMS320C6713BZDP300 Newark / element14 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Not Provided TEXAS INSTRUMENTS - TMS320C6713BZDP300 - FLOATING-POINT DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSORS
dsPIC33FJ32MC304 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Slave mode support. - 7-bit and 10-bit addressing. - Bus collision detection and arbitration. - Integrated signal conditioning. - Slave address masking. . UART (up to two modules): - Interrupt on address bit detect. - Interrupt on UART error. - Wake-up on Start bit from Sleep mode. - 4-character TX...
dsPIC33FJ32MC204 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided 16-bit Motor Control family dsPIC33F Digital Signal Controller in low-pin count packages featuring 2 PWM generators with independent timebases and the new Peripheral Pin Select capability. Seamless migration options from and to the PIC24F, PIC24H, dsPIC30F & dsPIC33F product families...
More >>

Conduct Research Top

  • Digital Signal Processors "Think " Analog But Work Digitally
    into discrete numeric values, which are sent to the DSP processor. The DSP analyzes the digitized signal, and encodes those values using a compression algorithm similar to techniques used to compress digital images. The compressed data is then stored in memory. Upon playback, the data is retrieved from memory
  • Digital Signal Processing - Design Guide
    Based on combining ever increasing computer processing speed with higher sample rate processors, Digital Signal Processors (DSP s) continue to receive a great deal of attention in technical literature and new product design. The following section on digital filter design reflects the importance
  • Medical Software Development on KeyStone Processors
    . signal processors (DSPs) from Texas Instruments (TI) have enabled diagnostic systems. that achieve higher resolution image scans. and provide caregivers access to key clinical data in real time. This ability to meet the. processing constraints of medical systems. is not only a function
  • Addressing the Signal Integrity Challenges of High Speed Board Designs with Serial RapidIO (R) Switches
    links between chips are widely adopted in applications to improve overall throughput. Processors, FPGA's and Digital Signal Processors pass large amounts of data between them. More over, this data may have to be moved off of the board, across backplanes to switching cards that forward data to other
  • Digital Signal Processing with the PIC16C74
    This application note describes the basic issues that need to be addressed in order to implement digital signal processing systems using the PIC16C74 and provides application code modules and examples for DTMF tone generation, a 60 Hz notch filter, and a simple PID compensator for control systems
  • Addressing the Signal Integrity Challenges of PowerPC (R) Designs
    processors, although single processor designs are the most common. Memory is an essential requirement in every processor system. And while the type of memory used can have a significant impact on system cost and power, it also affects the signal integrity of the system.
  • Using Microcontrollers in Digital Signal Processing Applications
    Digital signal processing algorithms are powerful tools that provide algorithmic solutions to common problems. For example, digital filters provide several benefits over their analog counterparts. These algorithms are traditionally implemented using dedicated digital signal processing (DSP) chips
  • Many-Core Processors Report Ready for Duty (.pdf)
    While multi-core processing as defined by Intel (R) and AMD is reaching the point where six to eight processing cores on a die are viable, a quiet revolution has been occurring in the background that is poised to change the way that deployed signal processing is performed. Following two separate

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire