A highly advanced computer chip used in Garrett detectors and other sophisticated electronic equipment
Digital Sound (Signal) Processor. Lets you programme a listening environment pattern and change the sound to suit the music. A type of super equaliser.
Refers to various techniques for improving the quality of digital communications.
DSP is a modern digital technique for processing signals. It allows complex operations to be performed very cost effectively through the use of microprocessor-based integrated circuits.
igital ignal rocessor; a microprocessor that is designed to perform the calculations required for voice processing.
igital ignal rocessing. This can include things like reverb, delay, convolution, equalization, flange and chorus.
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Distribution Statistics Processor; processor that randomly samples from statistical distributions representing measurement variability and sampling error related to statistics of parameters required by models (for example, distribution, mean, standard deviation, and range).
These chips can compress video independent of the CPU, which avoids the need to draw processing power from the CPU, allowing it to focus on other applications and computing tasks.
Digital signalling processing. Various techniques to improve the accuracy and reliability of digital communications. It clarifies, or standardises, the levels or states of a digital signal. A DSP circuit can distinguish between human-made signals, which are orderly, and noise, which is inherently chaotic.
See Digital signalling processing
See Data Source Process.
Digital Sound Projector (Digital Loudspeaker); an electro-acoustic device capable of delivering one or more channels of sound in fully controllable steerable beams.
DSPs are the heart of the digital revolution. DSPs are unique microprocessors that are programmable and massive real-time processing capabilities. DSP technology is fundamental to the technology industries two fastest growing markets - wireless and multimedia.
Digital Signal Processors are types of small programmable processors capable of directly manipulating digital data in a variety of ways to signal condition or analyze incoming data. Some applications for DSP's are Cell-phones, CD & MP-3 players, and digital filters.
A specialized digital micro-processor that performs calculations on digitized signals that were originally analog (e.g. voice) and then sends the results on. DTE (Data Terminal Equipment): A device that controls data flowing to or from a computer. The term is most often used in reference to serial communications defined by the RS-232C standard. This standard defines the two ends of the communications channel as being a DTE and Data Communications Equipment (DCE) device. In practical terms, the DCE is usually a modem and the DTE is the computer itself, or more precisely, the computer's UART chip. For internal modems, the DCE and DTE are part of the same device.
Digital Subscriber Line. Modems using a single twisted pair wire to deliver ISDN Basic Rate Access.
Digital Signal Processing. Mathematical operations performed upon a digitized signal which have the effect of altering the final audio signal. Typical DSP operations include reverb, delay, flanging, phasing, and chorusing. (See "Reverb")
Digital Signal Processor A special purpose CPU which is optimized for certain linear algebra operations, typically vector dot products (like those used in fast fourier transforms).
Digital Surround Processing. also known as Pseudo Surround, it enables you to enjoy surround sound on a soundtrack that was not recorded in DPL.
A DSP is a microprocessor designed to work with analog signals such as video or audio that have been digitally encoded. The DSP then takes these digital representations and performs operations on them. DSPs are used in video, sound, and modem technology.
Digital Signal Processor. An ASIC which is designed to do simple functions at incredibly high speeds. These chips are most commonly used for frequency generation and reception, such as in digital phones and wireless networking. Speeds of over 3GHz is not uncommon for these processors.
Digital signal processor. A specialized, programmable computer processing unit that is able to perform high-speed mathematical processing.
Digital Signal Processing. DSP can add EFFECTS or otherwise alter a sound by applying an ALGORITHM to the signal.
Digital Surround Processing. TV sound system which artificially creates surround sound effects on normal stereo or mono programmes or videos
Digital Signal Processing. Any signal processing done to an analog audio signal after it has been converted into digital audio.
An abbreviation for Digital Signal Processing (Any signal processing done after an analog audio signal has been converted into digital audio.
Digital signal processing. It usually refers to the electronic circuit section of a device capable of processing digital signals.
digital signal processing. processing analog signals in the digital domain: performing mathematical operations on digitized samples of a signal to achieve results -- filtering, phase-shifting -- previously obtainable only by passing an analog signal through special circuits
Digital Signal Processing. Manipulating an audio signal digitally to create various possible effects at the output. Often refers to artificially generated surround effects derived from and applied to two-channel sources.
Stands for digital signal processor, a specialized, programmable CPU capable of performing high-speed mathematical processing. Ideal for use in compression algorithms.
Digital Signal Processor. Special-purpose microprocessor with instruction sets designed to manipulate digital signals, particularly those derived from analog sources. Often used in equipment requiring voice digitization.
Digital Signal Processor. DSP chips are widely used in sound cards, fax machines, modems, cellular phones, high-capacity hard disks and digital TVs. The first DSP chip used in a commercial product was believed to be from Texas Instruments, which was used in its very popular Speak & Spell game in the late 1970s. DSP chips are used in sound cards for recording and playback and speech synthesis. Other audio uses are amplifiers that simulate concert halls and surround-sound effects for music and home theater.
Digital Signal Processor—a high-speed chip (specialized microprocessor) that is customized for specific applications such as voice/video encoding/decoding.
Digital Signal Processor. A device, either stand-alone or built into head units, that modifies the audio signal to optimise the system's performance. This may include a variety of functions from equalisation, crossovers and time alignment. It can also offer sound presets for different music.
Digital Signal Processing. DSP is a powerful processing tool that is currently used primarily to add spatial characteristics to recordings for surround sound.
Abbreviation of digital signal processing.
Digital Signal Processor. A specialized digital microprocessor that performs calculations on digitized signals that were originally analog, and then forwards the results. The big advantage of DSPs lies in their programmability. DSPs can be used to compress voice signals to as little as 4,800 bps. DSPs are an integral part of all voice processing systems and fax machines.
Digital Signal Processor. An integrated circuit that decodes the digital audio streams. In 5.1 processors it separates the left from right and front from rear as well as managing the various bass options.
Digital Signal Processing uses digital technology to create sound effects such as digital delay multi rear speaker effect.
Digital System Processor. A specialized computer chip capable of performing quick and complicated operations on digital signals that were once analog. DSPs offer tremendous advantages in video and audio compression. They are rapidly becoming common in everything from hearing aids to fetal monitors.
Digital Signal Processing. An electronic circuit for the enhancement of signals after conversion from analog.
Digital Signal Processor. CPU that is specialized to perform complex calculations and processing on digitized data that was once analog data.
A special digital signal processing computing chip optimized for operating on waveforms in real time.
Digital Signal Processor (or Processing).
digital signal processing; technology which eliminates unwanted noise to enhances a signal
igital ignal rocessor: A specialized microprocessor that performs mathematical operations on a data stream in real time to produce a second (modified) data stream.
Digital Signal Processor. A microprocessor with an architecture that is particularly optimized to perform mathematical algorithms that manipulate digital signals.
digital signal processor, a high-speed CPU
Digital Signal Processors. are microprocessors or microcontrollers which are optimized to perform complex computations on digital data.
Digital signal processing. Broadly speaking, all changes in sound that are produced within a digital audio device, other than changes caused by simple cutting and pasting of sections of a waveform, are created through DSP. A digital reverb is a typical DSP device.
(digital signal processor) - microprocessor that specializes in calculations related to translating analog signals into digital ones. DSPs are used in audio and video compression, voice processing, modems, hearing aids, seismic sensors, anyplace where rapid analog to digital conversion and signal clarification is required.
digital signal processor. A digital circuit that can be programmed to perform digital data manipulation tasks such as decoding or audio effects.
Digital Signal Processing. Used to alter a digital input signal. Some common examples include: time delay for the rear speakers, equalization for a subwoofer, filtering low frequencies out of satellite speakers and adding "effects" (like "concert hall".)
Digital Service Provider. New breed of Internet Service Providers who specialize in direct, digital Internet connections like Flashcom.
Digital Sound Processing.
Digital Signal Processor. A specialized circuit, usually a chip, that is designed to manipulate large quantities of data in real-time.
DSP stands for "digital signal processing". The signals are processed in order to extract or to modify the information contained in them, or to adapt them to the means of transmission or to the means of information storage. The digital signal processing consists of processing a signal made of a set of discrete numbers (digital signal). Digital processing of an analog signal consists basically of three steps: conversion of the analog signal into a digital form, processing of the digital version, and finally conversion of the processed digital signal back into an analog form. DSP also stands for "digital signal processor". It is a microprocessor which architecture is optimized for the digital signal processing.
Digital signal processor. A specialized processor, usually for handling audio or video signals.
Digital Signal Processor. Component which executes computations and gives instructions to manipulate data, specifically designed to operate on signals and images, in contrast to general purpose processors.
Display System Protocol or Digital Signal Processor
Digital Signal Processing. The DSP circuitry performs an emulation of the most critical real-time tasks: primarily modulation, demodulation, and IF filtering. In addition, it services of the radio data port.
All digital audio systems use DSP technology in order to differentiate between signal and noise. In telephone communication, too, much noise creates problems in maintaining connections, and in VoIP systems the DSP component provides features such as tone generation, echo cancellation, and buffering.
Digital Signal Processing. Digital circuits designed to address a broad class of problems in signal reception and analysis that have traditionally been solved using analog components. DSP is rapidly replacing analog signal processing functions where requirements for stability over time and temperature variations are critical. DSP is used to enhance, analyze, filter, modulate, or otherwise manipulate standard real-world functions, such as images, sounds, radar pulses, and other such signals by analyzing and transforming wave-forms (e.g., transmitting data over phone lines via modem). Intersil offers building blocks and special function chips for DSP, including fast multipliers, multiplier accumulators, image processors, histogrammers, and digital filters. See: DSP Selection
Refers to manipulating analog information, such as sound or photographs, that has been converted into a digital form. DSP also implies the use of a data compression technique. When used as a noun, DSP stands for digital signal processor, a special type of coprocessor designed for performing the mathematics involved in DSP. Most DSPs are programmable, which means that they can be used for manipulating different types of information, including sound, images, and video.
A microprocessor-like device designed to process electrical signals very quickly, just as an FPU is designed to perform floating-point math at high speeds. DSPs are used for a variety of devices in personal computers, including high-speed modems, multimedia sound boards, and real-time audio/video compression and decompression hardware.
Digital Signal Processing is used for improving the accuracy and reliability of digital communications. DSP works by clarifying, or standardizing, the levels or states of a digital signal. A DSP circuit is able to differentiate between human-made signals, which are orderly, and noise, which is inherently chaotic.
Digital Signal Processing. A special processor circuit that is designed to perform complex operations on audio waveforms. DSP is used in sound cards, or audio equipment to create sound fields which are electronic or digitally synthesized acoustical environments for audio enhancement, and to create time delays for precise steering of multi-channel Dolby Pro Logic information.
An integrated circuit that performs functions such as reverb, filtering and equalization on a digitized waveform.
Digital Signal Processing. Circuits that shape and enhance a signal when it's still in the digital domain. Audio DSP circuits can perform surround sound decoding, create acoustic environments, adjust the bass and treble with incredible precision and even adjust the volume.
DSP simply means Digital Signal Processor.
Digital Signal Processor, a programmable integrated circuit for carrying out fast processing of a range of tasks such as audio or video decoding.
An integrated circuit especially designed to process digital waveforms generally used for compressing and decompressing audio and video data.
digital signal processor. a microprocessor specifically designed for processing digital signals. [SILC99
Digital Signal Processing - a technique by which video quality can be improved by adjusting parameters of the video signal.
Acronym for Digital Signal Processor. A component that manipulates audio signals in a digital environment. This includes ambience synthesis, time alignment, and filtering.
An integrated circuit designed for high-speed data manipulations. Used in audio, communications, image manipulation, and other data-acquisition and data-control applications.
1. Digital signal processor. A specialized microprocessor designed to perform speedy and complex operations with digital signals. 2. Digital signal processing.
Digital signal processor. A DSP segments the voice signal into frames and stores them in voice packets.
Digital Signal Processing. DSP can be used to create equalization, compression, etc. of a digital signal.
Digital signal processing. Used on an increasing number of camcorders to offer certain special effects and to cut down on the overall number of components needed.
Digital signal processor/ing.
Digital Signal Processor. A specialized digital microprocessor used to efficiently and rapidly perform calculations on digitised signals that were originally analogue in form (e.g. voice). The big advantage of DSP lies in the programmability of the processor, allowing parameters to be easily changed.
Control the ability of a head unit to control an external digital signal processor.
A category of techniques that analyze signals from sources such as radar antennas, sonar hydrophones, microphones or cameras. Signals are converted into digital data and analyzed using various algorithms. DSP can also mean Digital Signal Processor, referring to specialized computer equipment to perform the task.
Digital Signal Processor. A specialized high-speed chip, used for data manipulation in sound cards, communications adapters, video and image manipulation, and other data-acquisition processes where speed is essential.
digital signal processing. Manipulation of audio or video signals by performing mathematical functions on the digitally encoded signal.
Digital Signal Processor - This represents a class of processors which are - due to their architecture - especially suitable for signal processing. Typical features of DSP's include harvard architecture (separate data and instruction memories), one-clock-cycle multiply-accumulate operations, and bit-reverse addressing
Digital Signal Processing. Found often in high-end industrial CCD cameras, digital signal processing involves analog-to-digital conversion of all or part of a standard video signal to enhance/change the resulting signal recovered upon digital-to-analog conversion. Enhancements usually pertain to RGB balancing for more accurate color reproduction.
Digital Signal Processor. This technology, when used in conjunction with mixed-signal devices and embedded software, is referred to as a DSP Solution, and it collects, processes, compresses, transmits and displays analog and digital data.
digital signal processing. Processes used to alter sound in its digital form.
Digital Signal Processor. A specialized microprocessor which contains hardware features specifically tailored to the processing of signals.
The (usually real-time) processing of an audio signal in such a way that it sounds different from the original. Examples include: bass boost; 3D simulation; and Rock, Jazz, and Classical presets.
Manipulation or alteration of analog signals (commonly audio or video signals) after conversion to a digital format.
Digital Signal Processing. DSP is the study of signals in a digital representation and the processing methods of these signals. A digital signal processor is a specialized microprocessor designed specifically for digital signal processing, generally in real-time.
Digital Signal Processor. A specialized CPU or circuit designed to process signals such as audio and video which have been converted to digital form. DSP is used to process sound, video, and images in a variety of ways.
Digital Signal Processor. Very fast processors used, for example, in speech recognition.
Digital Signal Processing. Use of mathematical expressions, such as algorithms, to modify digital signals.
Frequently called the “data pump.” A chip in the modem's circuitry that handles all of the actual work of sending and receiving data.
Digital signal processor. Specialized hardware and software algorithms that perform complex processing of digitized data that was originally analog data. Typically segments a voice signal into frames and stores the frames in voice packets.
Digital Signal Processor. Typical DSP functions include Data Modems, Voice CODECS, Fax Modems and CODECS, and low-level signaling (such as CAS/R2).
Digital Signal Processing. Home theater receivers use Digital Signal Processing for creating soundfields (simulated acoustic environments) and for precise steering of multichannel soundtrack information. When an audio signal is processed and routed in the digital domain, it is less susceptible to signal loss and added distortion.
Data Service Providers offer a private service which provides computer systems and/or services to producers, processors, or commercial operators to collect and administer herd management or animal tracking data.
Digital Signal Processor, an integrated circuit designed for high speed data manipulations
Digital Signal Processor - the heart of voice processing boards DTMF Dual Tone Multi Function - touchtone dialling to you and me Email Electronic Mail
short for digital signal processing, which refers to manipulating analog information--such as sound or images--that has been converted into a digital form.
See digital signal processing.
Digital Signal Processing. The manipulation of analogue data that has been sampled and converted into a digital representation. Examples are: filtering, convolution, Fast-Fourier-Transform, etc.
Digital Signal Processor - This is used to manipulate digital data using dedicated code subsequently freeing up CPU time.
Digital Signal Processor. A type of CPU that performs certain types of calculations very well. DSPs are often used in things like modems and sound cards. They're useful because they can be programmed, unlike a fixed function silicon chip. They're also very, very fast in their area of specialization.
Digital Signal Processing. Can take place in dedicated DSP processors, fixed logic ASICs, or programmable logic devices. Some of the highest performing DSP systems are implemented in FPGAs because processing can be done on the chips in a parallel fashion.
Stands for 'Digital Signal Processor', high-speed arithmetic unit used to execute operations. DSP's are found in instances where analog (non-digital) information is treated. (Modems, Machine-tool command units, mobile handsetsâ€¦).
Digital Signal Processing, a system where analogue signals are converted to digital signals and manipulated by software techniques. Used in modern filter, modem, and other circuit designs.
Digital Signal Processing. Is a level of image correction or enhancement which takes place within a device using a digital computer element. This digital element encodes the information into digital information for the highest level of detail and quality. Cameras with DSP imagers do not necessarily produce "digital video," but they do provide very crisp video images. Quads and multiplexers offering DSP do not necessarily produce "digital video" either, but they do deliver very high resolution and often other dynamic characteristics.
DSP refers to anything related to processing of audio in digital form. When audio wave is sampled in digital form, the CPU processes its values (numbers). The result is digitally processed audio. There are is no noise or anything similar in it, which is usually the case with analogue processing.
Digital signal processor - a chip specifically designed and optimized for processing signals such as voice and video.
Digital Signal Processor - a dedicated computer circuit which performs complex changes or analysis on a digital signal, generally encoded from an analogue source
(Digital Signal Processing) Using computers to process signals such as sound, video and other analog signals which have been converted to digital form.
"digital signal processing" This software is a digital signal processor.
digital signal processor. A processor that is optimized for performing the complex mathematical calculations inherent in processing digital signals. A discrete DSP can be reprogrammed; a DSP integrated in a chipset typically contains its own ROM and cannot be reprogrammed.
Digital Signal Processor E1 The European counterpart to T1, which transmits at 2.048 Mbps.
Digital Signal Processor. The microprocessor that handles line signaling in a modem.
Digital Signal Processor. Microprocessor on which the modulation/demodulation process is carried out.
A special computer chip designed for high-speed processing of large quantities of data. DSPs are used in voice recording interface cards to compress recorded data at a high rate of speed.
Digital Signal Processor. A microprocessor that digitizes analog signals.
see Digital Signal Processor.
Digital Signal Processors. Microprocessor chips specially designed to convert, modify and manipulate streams of digitised signals in real time. These chips allow for faster telephony, faxing, and audio and video capture and editing.
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Digital Signal Processing. Used in both audio and video. In audio playback systems, it is most often used with surround-sound synthesizers to simulate hall, club, or studio ambience. However, it is also used in equalizers and filters, and versions of it are also employed to enhance material produced by Dolby Surround decoders. In video, DSP is used in everything from comb filters to MPEG data compression to line-doubling circuits-with the goal of enhancing picture quality.
Processors dedicated to signal computation.
Digital Signal Processor. A general-purpose multiprocessor tailored to a particular type of operation. Applications involving communications, compression and audio are more efficiently performed on a DSP than on the host computer.
Digital Signal Processor (Processing) – a special purpose computer (or technique) which digitally processes signals and electrical/analogue waveforms.
The DSP-1 (also the DSP-1A, DSP-1B), DSP-2, DSP-3, and DSP-4 are digital signal processors used in some Super Nintendo Entertainment System cartridges. They have the same core architecture as the NEC uPD77C25 DSP, the only differences between them being Nintendo's custom internal ROMs. While digital signal processors are commonly used as real-time signal processors (in speech synthesis for example), the SNES DSP chips are simply coprocessors with specialized instruction sets.