Definitions for "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.
The processing or modification of digital information, such as audio signals which have been digitally encoded.
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.
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An algorithm within the camera that digitizes data (the image). Examples include automatic compensate for backlight interference, color balance variations and corrections related to aging of electrical components or lighting. Functions such as electronic pan and zoom, image annotation, compression of the video for network transmission, feature extraction and motion compensation can be easily and inexpensively added to the camera feature set.
(DLP) An imaging technology invented by Texas Instruments that is used in both front and rear projection televisions.
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application of one or more transformations to the digital data. Transforms could be wave shaping, filtering, harmonising, and/or other acoustical operations.
Special IC digitally optimizes picture quality. Reduces noise in low light, improves picture quality in a broader range of lighting conditions and enhances horizontal and vertical resolution.
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Used on an increasing number of camcorders to offer certain special effects and to cut down on the overall number of components needed.