Elevating Your SoC for Reconfigurable Computing – EFLX® eFPGA and InferX™ DSP and AI

Elevating Your SoC for Reconfigurable Computing – EFLX® eFPGA and InferX™ DSP and AI
by Kalar Rajendiran on 05-28-2024 at 10:00 am

Use Case eFPGA Complementing Signal Processing

Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) have long been celebrated for their unmatched flexibility and programmability compared to Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs). And the introduction of Embedded FPGAs (eFPGAs) took these advantages to new heights. eFPGAs offer on-the-fly reconfiguration capabilities,… Read More


Webinar: Teaching Acoustic and Audio Signal Processing

Webinar: Teaching Acoustic and Audio Signal Processing
by Admin on 03-22-2023 at 6:16 pm

Teaching acoustics and audio signal processing is challenging, as students need to grasp basic principles while learning to implement them in a real industrial context. In this webinar, we’ll showcase the Ansys Sound post-processing tool that enables noise prediction and analysis.

TIME:
JUNE 7, 2023
11:00AM –

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CEVA-BX: A Hybrid DSP and Controller

CEVA-BX: A Hybrid DSP and Controller
by Bernard Murphy on 01-08-2019 at 7:00 am

I’ve noticed hybrid solutions popping up recently (I’m reminded of NXP’s crossover MCU released in 2017). These are generally a fairly clear indicator that market needs are shifting; what once could be solved with an application processor or controller or DSP or whatever, now needs two (or more) of these. In performance/power/price-sensitive… Read More


DSPs converging on software defined everything

DSPs converging on software defined everything
by Don Dingee on 01-21-2014 at 5:00 pm

In our fascination where architecture meets the ideas of Fourier, Nyquist, Reed, Shannon, and others, we almost missed the shift – most digital signal processing isn’t happening on a big piece of silicon called a DSP anymore.

It didn’t start out that way. General purpose CPUs, which can do almost anything given enough code, time,… Read More


Workload-tuned cores seeing greater interest

Workload-tuned cores seeing greater interest
by Don Dingee on 06-30-2013 at 10:00 pm

Is it possible to design a processor with very high performance and low power consumption? To answer that, embedded illuminati are now focusing on designs tuned to specific workloads – creating a tailored processor that does a few things very efficiently, with nothing extra.… Read More