DSP Processor Fundamentals: Architectures And Features
Phil Lapsley, Jeff Bier, Amit Shoham, Edward A. Lee
Electrical Engineering/Signal Processing DSP Processor Fundamentals Architectures and Features A Volume in the IEEE Press Series on Signal Processing Jerry D. Gilbson, Series Editor Since the emergence of the first commercially successful digital signal processors in the early 1980s, the programmable DSP market has burgeoned. Designers can now select from a vast array of specialized processors with powerful signal-processing capabilities. DSP Processor Fundamentals presents an independent, comprehensive introduction to DSP processor technology. A thorough tutorial and overview of DSP architectures, this book incorporates a broad range of examples that illustrate DSP features and capabilities. This book is especially useful to electronic systems designers, processor architects, engineering managers, and product planners. Topics covered include:
- Numeric formats
- Data paths
- Memory structures
- Instruction sets
- Execution control
- On-chip peripherals
- On-chip debugging facilities
- Clocking options
- And more!
Table of Contents:
Digital Signal Processing and DSP Systems.
DSP Processors, Embodiments, and Alternatives.
Numeric Representations and Arithmetic.
On-Chip Debugging Facilities.
Power Consumption and Management.
Price and Packaging.
Appendix: Vendor Contact Information.
References and Bibliography.
About the Authors.