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IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing
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The Real-Time Signal Processor

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The real-time signal processor (RSP) has a programmable signal processing architecture that was created to provide a quick and cost-effective way to implement a broad range of signal processing applications. Other objectives were that the RSP be easy to program, suitable for LSI implementation, and conveniently connectable into distributed systems. It was also intended that the RSP would be able to capitalize on the reduced computational complexity (RCC) algorithms in order to achieve increased performance. In this paper, the RSP architecture is described. The ways in which the objectives have influenced the architecture are discussed. The software support, designed to simplify the task of software generation for the RSP, is also described. Finally, the implementation of the RSP is presented. © 1983 IEEE

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01 Jan 1983

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IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing

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