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A Next Generation Multiple Processor Architecture for Real-Time DSP
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This article provides a thorough discussion of the issues facing any embedded systems designer or DSP engineer. A collaborative effort by Traquair Data Systems and Hunt Engineering, this is a MUST READ that discusses a novel, extensible architecture addressing key factors that have limited the benefits of multiple DSPs when utilized within conventional multiple-processor architectures.


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