Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology is a vital and integral part of everyday life. DSPs are used in thousands of appliances such as stereos, personal computers, cellular phones and fax machines. Digital signal processors filter interference in real-time from radio signals or from telephone transmissions. More sophisticated DSPs are used in voice recognition and MPEG decoders.
DSP, however, is still one of the more recent developments of the rapidly evolving electronics industry. In the next few years, DSP will give rise to thousands of new applications and change what people expect from technology. Even the simplest of DSP algorithms, however, requires a tremendous amount of computation. DSP operations are considered to be the most demanding of all IC technology.
Steel River Systems provides the tools that eliminate many of the hurdles encountered when programming DSPs . . . enabling expectations to become reality.