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ADI, TI DSPs debut for less than $2

8/30/2011 05:16 PM EDT
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MKG   9/8/2011 7:26:16 PM
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The C553x DSPs are targeted towards the audio voice, biometrics and portable medical market and have numerous peripherals like I2S, I2C, SPI, UART, GPIOS, eMMC/SD i/f for storage, LCD controller and analog integration like SAR ADC, high speed USB 2.0, onchip LDOs optimized for these applications. They generally do not need PWM functionality. –Mugdha Gadkari, Texas Instruments

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jg_   9/1/2011 7:17:09 AM
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Good prices, but I cannot believe the TI part has NO PWM ability, and no Timer capture ? Guess they are going after a small niche ?

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