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EECS 318 CAD Computer Aided Design EECS 318 CAD Computer Aided Design LECTURE 1: DSP Architectures LECTURE 1: DSP Architectures Instructor: Francis G. Wolff wolff@eecs.cwru.edu Case Western Reserve University This presentation uses powerpoint animation: please viewshow
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High Growth Portable Markets CAGR = 14% (‘99 to ‘02) - growth from 20Mu to 26Mu CAGR = 32% (‘99 to ‘02) - growing to 14M units/yr in ‘02 69% Subscriber Growth - 325M in ‘99 - 500M in ‘02 - upgrades PDAs Portable PCs Cellular Cellular Phones Phones ref: www.xilinx.com CAGR=Calculated Growth
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Portable Applications Demanding “More with Less” Ultra Low Power Higher Performance Smaller More Cost Effective Reconfigurability Low Power Avg. Performance Small Cost Effective Time Portable System Functionality 2000 1998-99
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Portable Applications: DSP markets
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Portable Applications: DSP markets
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Typical DSP application
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The basic Digital Signal Processing architecture
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DSP System: Digital Pager
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DSP Systems: Cell Phone
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DSP Systems: Internet Audio System
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DSP Systems: HDTV
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1982 TMS32010, TI introduces its first programmable general-purpose DSP to market Operating at 5 MIPS. It was ideal for modems and defense applications. 1988 TMS320C3x, TI introduces the industry’s first floating-point DSP. High-performance applications demanding floating-point performance include voice/fax mail, 3-D graphics, bar-code scanners and video conferencing audio and visual systems. TMS320C1x, the world’s first DSP-based hearing aid uses TI’s DSP. TI DSP History: Modem applications
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1989 TMS320C5x , TI introduces highest performance fixed- point DSP generation in the industry, operating at 28 MIPS. The ‘C5x delivers 2 to 4 times the performance of any other fixed-point DSP. Targeted to the industrial, communications, computer and automotive segments, the ‘C5x DSPs are used mainly in cellular and cordless telephones, high-speed modems, printers and copiers. TI DSP History: Telecommunications applications
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1992 DSPs become one of the fastest growing segments within the automobile electronics market . The math-intensive, real-time calculating capabilities of DSPs provide future solutions for active suspension, closed-loop engine control systems, intelligent cruise control radar systems, anti-skid braking systems and car entertainment systems.
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