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    • Apr 14, 2016

    From touch to voice: Adding voice control to any application

    Rapidly evolving technology continues to challenge how we, as consumers, interact with our devices. As the touch technology matures, thanks to great improvement in capacitive touch in recent years, user interface designers are turning to voice ...
    • Apr 4, 2016

    Spring has sprung. A sale has sprung.

    Do you have plans to develop something this Spring? To help you out, and to celebrate the beginning of a new season, we are hosting a Spring sale! Check out which products we are discounting for a limited time. Happy shopping! TMDXEVMWIFI1808L :...
    • Mar 2, 2016

    Accelerating the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT/iFFT) by 10x and more

    This blog was authored by Sneha Narnakaje and Arnon Friedmann Fast Fourier transforms (FFTs) are a critical operation used in a wide range of complex systems today such as radar, communications, economics, video, music and more. Achieving accel...
    • Feb 16, 2016

    Using TPS659037 to power the Sitara AM57x processors

    The Sitara TM AM57x family of processors was announced last October, and is being used across many industrial and consumer embedded applications. After the processor is selected, people often turn to look at the power solution. For the Sitara AM57x processors, the integrated power management IC TPS659037 is recommended. TPS659037 is a low-voltage...
    • Feb 8, 2016

    TI's new DSP Benchmark Site

    To help evaluate the performance of our processors, we have created a new benchmark site that presents benchmark data from TI’s optimized libraries as well as independent benchmarking results. These benchmarks help illustrate the benefits of DS...
    • Jan 21, 2016

    Reversing the voice quality gap

    A guest post from Scott Kurtz, president, DSP Soundware Human evolution is a constant when compared to the ever increasing rate of evolution of technology. Our input methods (sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch) are what they are. Until technology enables our brains to interface directly with our electronics, our interface to the world around...
    • Dec 9, 2015

    Announcing the new entry-level Sitara processor

    As Linux continues to redefine the speed at which embedded systems get to market, the need for entry-lever processors continues to grow. The ability to leverage decades of software development and standard tool chains truly cannot be understate...
    • Dec 2, 2015

    Are 66AK2L06 SoCs an answer to miniaturization of test and measurement equipment?

    Did you know that all electronic products have their design, development and production processes built around test and measurement equipment? Test and measurement equipment have the same goal for all electronic products – to ensure product quality and reliability. So thanks to this equipment, electronic products have become an integral part of...
    • Nov 9, 2015

    Challenges in small cell LTE software

    Massive predicted growth in mobile traffic over the next few years will put tremendous pressure on the entire network from terminals to the core, and in particular for small cell product developers. Small cells are expected to bear much of the coverage and capacity burden in the Radio Access Network by 2017. Small cells must contain the functionality...
    • Nov 3, 2015

    Diving into the futuristic trends of medical applications

    The medical device industry is exploding with new opportunities for developers as both advanced patient monitoring and remote care are quickly gaining traction throughout the United States. As developers search to find a sustainable healthcare ...