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Digital Signal Processing NetSeminar: Considerations and Trade-offs in Choosing a Floating-Point DSP

Thu, 09/18/2003 - 9:31am
Enabling DSP developers to better understand where floating-point devices fit into their many design options, Texas Instruments (TI) (NYSE:TXN) today announced it will host a NetSeminar aimed at exploring the considerations and tradeoffs when evaluating a floating-point device. The NetSeminar is free of charge and is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. CST/9:00 a.m. PST on Wednesday, July 23. Attendees can register at .

Many developers working on high-precision applications are demanding cost-effective floating-point DSPs and are overwhelmed with options. During the live hour-long Netseminar, Jon Thorn, applications engineer and senior member of the technical staff, will walk developers through key issues in selecting a floating-point DSP such as system cost, device architectures and peripherals. The discussion also will include target applications, the differences between fixed and floating-point architectures, the appropriate mix of tools and software for floating point DSPs and more. The presenter will host a live question and answer session at the conclusion of the NetSeminar. All eligible persons who attend the seminar live and complete the feedback form will be entered in a drawing to win a TI floating point DSP starter kit, valued at $395.

For more information on the NetSeminar or to register please see: .


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