From Texas Instruments Digital Signal Processors & ARM Microprocessors
This document assists in estimating the power consumption for the TMS320C5504/C5505/C5514/C5515
and TMS320C5532/C5533/C5534/C5535 digital signal processors (DSPs). Power consumption on these
devices is highly application-dependent, so a spreadsheet is provided to estimate power consumption.
The spreadsheet allows you to enter parameters that closely resemble the application and generate a
realistic estimate of DSP power consumption based on your input. It also allows designers the ability to
test the efficiency of different configurations before they assemble any hardware or write any code.
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