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Abstract: The WE DSP16A Digital Signal Processor is a 16-bit, high-performance, CMOS integrated circuit. This , the use of the WE DSP16A Support Software Library, the WE DSP16A Application Library, the WE DSP16A Digital Signal Processor Development System, and the WE DSP16A Evaluation Board. 1.3.1 Support Software , from the WE DSP16A Support Software Library. The support software library consists of an integrated , also provides the user interface to the WE DSP16A Development System. The hardware development systems ... | OCR Scan |
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XWXX xlxxx G010343 dsp32c "saturation value" we dsp32 dsp16a user guide WE DSP16A DSP16A datasheet abstract |

Abstract: , MASSACHUSETTS 02062-9106 â€¢ 617/329-4700 Considerations For Selecting a DSP Processor ADSP-2101 ADSP-2101 vs. WE DSP16A , the Analog Devices ADSP-2101 ADSP-2101 and the AT&T DSP16A. The second part discuses other factors that you , the ADSP-2101 ADSP-2101 while Figure 2 shows that of the DSP16A. Both of these devices utilize a modified , operands from memory in a single cycle. The DSP16A requires one cycle to fetch an instruction from program , 32-bit or 64-bit computations. The arithmetic section of the DSP16A contains a multiplier unit with a ... | OCR Scan |
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AN-240 ADSP-2101 ADSP filter algorithm implementation dsp16a block diagram DSP16A AN-240 abstract |

Abstract: , MASSACHUSETTS 02062-9106 â€¢ 617/329-4700 Considerations for Selecting a DSP Processor ADSP-2101 ADSP-2101 vs. WE DSP16A , capabilities of the Analog Devices ADSP-2101 ADSP-2101 and the AT&T DSP16A. The second part discuses other factors that , arithmetic section of the ADSP-2101 ADSP-2101 while Figure 2 shows that of the DSP16A. Both of these devices utilize a , data operands from memory in a single cycle. The DSP16A requires one cycle to fetch an instruction from , DSP16A contains a multiplier unit with a scaling shifter and a ALU/shifter unit. The multiplier has three ... | OCR Scan |
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DSP16A AN-240 ADSP-2101 8 BIT ALU mathematical operations dsp16a block diagram 2101S AN-240 abstract |

Abstract: (DSP) that is upward object code compatible with the WEÂ® DSP16A and DSP1610 DSP1610, except for specific I/O , and address arithmetic units, and its instruction set has been enhanced over that of the DSP16A. The , SIO2 is identical to SIO, with the exception that SIO2 interrupts are not DSP16A compatible. An 8-bit , AT&T DSPs (e.g., DSP16A or DSP1610 DSP1610), microprocessors, or peripheral I/O devices. The port data rate , applications. The available instruction set has been enhanced over that of the DSP16A and is fully compatible ... | Original |
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WE DSP16A t86a DSP16A DB10 PDA30 DSP1616 dsp16a block diagram datasheet abstract |

Abstract: device set consists of a ROM-coded DSP16A Digital Signal Processor, an interface device (V32-INTFC V32-INTFC), an , Modem Chip Set Power Dissipation Device Typical Max Units DSP16A DSP 565 730 mW V32-INTF V32-INTF Interface , Total: 1130 1660 mW DSP16A Digital Signal Processor A ROM-coded DSP16A Digital Signal Processor is , TSYNCN DSP16A DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR 84-PIN 84-PIN PLCC T7525 T7525 LINEAR CODEC 28-PIN 28-PIN SOJ RIDET SPEAKER CIRCUITRY (OPTIONAL) DAA ADDRESSfO-171 2 ' -â-º -X MEMORY DECODE LOGIC ROMSEL RAMSEL RAM WE -X -X ... | OCR Scan |
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jh db3 c53 smd TRANSISTOR sot-23 a7 lf353 tone control 2N390G TRANSISTOR transistor SMD PB01 5252 F 1002 EPROM AMD DSP16A TGS 816 A1s smd TRANSISTOR npo 121 j kck T7525EC datasheet abstract |

Abstract: pipeline. Architectures optimized for DSP applications sport MAC times ranging down to AT&T's DSP16A at 25 , , and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and frequencies , problem we simply shift left to rid ourselves of one of the sign bits (and multiply our result by two) to , more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon , 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D conversion every 1000 uS which is 1000 ... | Original |
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z transform intel 80c196 microcontroller motor circuit diagram for iir and fir filters z transform in control theory 8XC196 80C196KC instruction set how dsp is used in radar iir filter applications WE DSP16A mcs96 instruction set intel 80c196 INSTRUCTION SET 80C196 80C196KC 80C196 abstract |

Abstract: AT&T DSPs (e.g., DSP16A or DSP1610 DSP1610, DSP1616 DSP1616, DSP1617 DSP1617, DSP1618 DSP1618), microprocessors, or peripheral I/O , logical and control applications. The available instruction set has been enhanced over that of the DSP16A , to 16 bits (only 12 bits are used in the DSP16A). The XAAU decodes the 16-bit instruction , assigned to it. DSP16A interrupt compatibility is not maintained. The software interrupt and the traps are ... | OCR Scan |
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WE DSP16A DSP1610 DSP1611 DSP1617 DSP1618 DSP16A lu 25/12e ttl crystal oscillator AB15C DSP1611 abstract |

Abstract: - AT&T LAPTOP MODEM CONTROLLER (LMC) AT&T V32-INTFC V32-INTFC INTERFACE DEVICE TCODEC AT&T DSP16A , Address Setup Time Write Pulse Width Data Setup Time Address Hold Time Data Hold Time tc(W) ts(A) tw(WE , product(t) o r inform ation. WE i i a regaterad tradem ark of AT&T. V32UK V32UK Â» a tradem ark of AT&T. ... | OCR Scan |
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V32-INTFC MN92-018DMOS datasheet abstract |

Abstract: DSP1617 in Figure 3 on page 8. Since the DSP1627 DSP1627 is an integral part of the T8301 T8301, we will refer to the ... | Original |
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T8301 t152 act T142 ALF T8302 SW 5189 C data sheet of ic 4018 data sheet ic 7495 C9007 description and pin diagram of 4017 DSP1600 lucent DSP1610 lcd 5421 pin diagram of ic 4040 DATA SHEET IC 4011 T8301 abstract |

Abstract: Advisory May 1999 Clarification to the Serial I/O Control Register Description for the DSP1620/27/28/29 DSP1620/27/28/29 Devices Active Clock Frequency The purpose of this advisory is to clarify the function of the serial I/O control registers in the DSP1620/27/28/29 DSP1620/27/28/29 devices. Specifically, it clarifies the function of the control register field that specifies the active clock frequency. The device data sheets state that the active clock frequency is a ratio of the input clock frequency on the CKI pin ( ... | Original |
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DSP1629 DSP1628 DSP1627 DS97-321WDSP DSP1620 DSP1620/27/28/29 DSP1627/28/29 DSP1620/27/28/29 abstract |

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AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v8.htm |
Intel | 03/05/1999 | 24.51 Kb | HTM | 2318-v8.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v5.htm |
Intel | 30/04/1998 | 24.53 Kb | HTM | 2318-v5.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v6.htm |
Intel | 01/08/1998 | 24.53 Kb | HTM | 2318-v6.htm |

down to AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and signed hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D conversion every 1000 uS which is 1000 www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v2.htm |
Intel | 03/08/1997 | 23.33 Kb | HTM | 2318-v2.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318.htm |
Intel | 01/02/1999 | 24.51 Kb | HTM | 2318.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v1.htm |
Intel | 31/10/1997 | 24.92 Kb | HTM | 2318-v1.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v3.htm |
Intel | 10/02/1998 | 24.92 Kb | HTM | 2318-v3.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/design/mcs96/technote/2318-v7.htm |
Intel | 01/11/1998 | 24.53 Kb | HTM | 2318-v7.htm |

AT&T's DSP16A at 25 nS and the magnitude faster TMS320C8x. An average microcontroller takes a dozen or stopband of 200 Hz, and an upper stopband of 490 Hz. We will allow 1 dB of ripple within the passband and hexadecimal fractional notation would be 1/8 instead of the required 1/4. To remedy the problem we simply more than twice the upper bandstop frequency of 490 Hz so we meet the requirements. The phenomenon that complete a conversion. 19.56 uS is 19.56 ticks. To get a 1000 Hz sample rate, we must start an A/D www.datasheetarchive.com/files/intel/products one/design/mcs96/technote/2318.htm |
Intel | 03/05/1999 | 24.51 Kb | HTM | 2318.htm |