Digital signal processor
A digital signal processor (DSP) is a specialized microprocessor (or a SIP block), with its architecture optimized for the operational needs of digital signal processing.The goal of DSPs is usually to...
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FR-V (microprocessor)
The Fujitsu FR-V (Fujitsu RISC-VLIW) is one of the very few processors ever able to process both a very long instruction word (VLIW) and vector processor instructions at the same time, increasing thro...
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XCore XS1-SU
The XS1-SUis a family of processors designed by XMOS. It is based on a 32-bit architecture, that runs up to 8 concurrent threads, with built-in Analogue to Digital Converters (ADC), USB 2.0 PHY, oscil...
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Sensor hub
A sensor hub is a microcontroller unit/coprocessor/DSP that helps to integrate data from different sensors and process them. This technology can help off-load these jobs from a product's main central ...
Qualcomm Hexagon
Hexagon (QDSP6) is a DSP based 32-bit multithreaded CPU architecture developed by Qualcomm. According to 2012 estimation, Qualcomm shipped 1.2 billion DSP cores inside its SoCs (average 2.3 DSP core p...
TI DSK 6713
DSK 6713 is a DSP Starter Kit by Texas Instruments. The kit has TMS320C6713 floating point digital signal processor.
MN103
The MN103 is a 32-bit microprocessor series developed by Matsushita Electric Industrial, now Panasonic Corporation. Most variants include a media processor, working as an image processor or video proc...
Bionz
BIONZ is the trademark of an image processor used in Sony cameras.It is currently used in many of Sony Alpha DSLRs. Image processing in camera converts the raw image data from a CCD or CMOS image sens...
TI DSK 6416
DSK 6416 is a DSP Starter Kit by Texas Instruments. The kit has TMS320C6416 fixed point digital signal processor, a member of C6000 series of processors that is based on VelociTI.2 architecture.
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OMAP
OMAP (Open Multimedia Applications Platform) is a series of image/video processors developed by Texas Instruments. They are a category of proprietary system on chips (SoCs) for portable and mobile mul...
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BSMT2000
The BSMT2000 is an audio DSP created by Brian Schmidt for use in various pinball and video games (notably, the Data East pinball games, as well as its successors, Sega Pinball and Stern Pinball).The c...
Expeed
The Nikon Expeed image/video processors (often styled EXPEED) are media processors for Nikon's digital cameras. They perform a large number of tasks: Bayer filtering, demosaicing, image sensor correct...
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Milbeaut
The Fujitsu Milbeaut image/video processors are media processors in multi-processor system on a chip architecture. Started with the M-1 Series in 2000 each generation (2013: 7th) has several variants ...
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XCore XS1-AnA
The 'XS1-AnAis a family of processors designed by XMOS. It is based on a 32-bit architecture, that runs up to eight concurrent threads, with built-in analog-to-digital converters (ADC), oscillator, an...
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Blackfin
The Blackfin is a family of 16- or 32-bit microprocessors developed, manufactured and marketed by Analog Devices. The processors have built-in, fixed-point digital signal processor (DSP) functionality...
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DSP Starter Kit
DSP Starter Kit (DSK) sometimes also known as DSP Evaluation Module or DSP Evaluation Board, is an electronic board with Digital Signal Processor used for experiments, evaluation and development. Appl...
ISPW
The IRCAM Signal Processing Workstation (ISPW) was a hardware DSP platform developed by IRCAM and the Ariel Corporation in the late 1980s. In French, the ISPW is referred to as the SIM (Station d'inf...
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MDSP
MDSP is a multiprocessor DSP family from Cradle Technologies. Currently used mostly in streaming video processing in broadcast (internet and terrestrial) and video surveillance security markets.It is...
DSP/BIOS Link
DSP/BIOS Link or DSPLINK is an IPC (interprocessor communications) scheme for passing messages and data in multiprocessor systems. In the case of the DaVinci DSP family from Texas Instruments, this sc...
Texas Instruments DaVinci
The Texas Instruments DaVinci is a family of system on a chip processors that are primarily used in embedded video and vision applications. Many of the processors in the family combine a DSP core base...
TMS320C8x
The TMS320C8x (C8x) is a family of multimedia video processor (MVP) chip that was introduced in 1994 by Texas Instruments. The family includes the TMS320C80 and a scaled down version, the TMS320C82. T...
Super Harvard Architecture Single-Chip Computer
The Super Harvard Architecture Single-Chip Computer (SHARC) is a high performance floating-point and fixed-point DSP from Analog Devices. SHARC is used in a variety of signal processing applications r...
Digital signal controller
A digital signal controller (DSC) is a hybrid of microcontrollers and digital signal processors (DSPs). Like microcontrollers, DSCs have fast interrupt responses, offer control-oriented peripherals l...
Infineon TriCore
TriCore is a 32-bit microcontroller architecture from Infineon. It unites the elements of a RISC processor core, a microcontroller and a DSP in one chip package.
In 1999, Infineon launched the fir...
MT6235
The MT6235 is a processor used in many Chinese cellular phones. It is a member of the MT62xx series of processors by MediaTek.The MediaTek processor based Chinese cell phones often come with features ...
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TriMedia (mediaprocessor)
TriMedia is a family of very long instruction word media processors from NXP Semiconductors (formerly Philips Semiconductors). TriMedia is a Harvard architecture CPU that features many DSP and SIMD op...
PicoChip
Picochip is a venture-backed fabless semiconductor company based in Bath, England, founded in 2000. In January 2012 Picochip was acquired by Mindspeed Technologies, Inc.The company is active in two ar...
AT&T DSP1
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XCore XS1-L1
The XS1-L1is a 32-bit processor designed by XMOS, featuring support for up to 8 concurrent threads. It was available as of June 2009 running at 400 MHz. As of April 2010 500 MHz versions are...
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FX8010
The FX8010, is a DSP architecture, designed for realtime audio effects, designed by E-mu, around their E-mu 10K1 chip. One key feature of the architecture, is not providing any branching instructions,...