Sharc DSP shines at 32 bits

The ADSP-21065L Sharc DSP is claimed to run twice as fast as any 32-bit DSP available. It can process 180 million floating-point or fixed-point operations per second and can sustain I/O throughput to 240 Mbit/s. Other features include two serial ports for communicating with external sources, I2S serial ports that support eight data channels, 544 kbits of on-chip configurable memory to 16 kwords ¥ 32 bits, and ten DMA channels. A built-in SDRAM interface interfaces directly with available mem

Sharc DSP shines at 32 bits

The ADSP-21065L Sharc DSP is claimed to run twice as fast as any 32-bit DSP available. It can process 180 million floating-point or fixed-point operations per second and can sustain I/O throughput to 240 Mbit/s. Other features include two serial ports for communicating with external sources, I2S serial ports that support eight data channels, 544 kbits of on-chip configurable memory to 16 kwords ¥ 32 bits, and ten DMA channels. A built-in SDRAM interface interfaces directly with available memory types. The 3.3-V DSP comes in a 208-pin PQFP package and costs $10 in 100,000 quantities.

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