Digital Signal Processor operates at 250 MHz.

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ADSP-TS101S TigerSHARC DSP offers 250 MHz clock rate, 1500 MFLOPS performance and native support for 8, 16, 32, and 40-bit data types. It has 1.5 W power dissipation, 6 Mbit of on-chip memory, 14 channel zero-overhead DMA engine, integrated SDRAM controller, parallel host interface, cluster multiprocessing support, and link port multiprocessing support. Applications include data acquisition, control, test, and inspection systems.



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TigerSHARC DSP Update: Now delivering the industry's highest performance floating-point DSP at 250 MHz


The ADSP-TS101S TigerSHARC digital signal processor (DSP) is now shipping to customers at an industry-leading 250 MHz. The device, which is implemented in a world class 0.13 micron process with eight layers of copper interconnect, is targeted at a broad range of signal processing applications that rely on multiple processors working together to execute computationally-intensive functions. At a 250 MHz clock rate, the ADSP-TSl1lS offers a DSP industry-best 1500 MFLOPS peak performance and has native support for 8, 16, 32, and 40-bit data types. With a 1.5 watt typical power dissipation, 6 Mbits of on-chip memory, 14 channel zero-overhead DMA engine, integrated SDRAM controller, parallel host interface, cluster multiprocessing support, and link port multiprocessing support, the TigerSHARC is ideal for heat sensitive multiprocessing applications.

TigerSHARC's exceptional speed and functionality are suited for applications in:
Defense - sonar, radar, digital maps, munitions guidance
Medical - ultrasound, CT scanners, MRI, digital X-ray
Industrial systems - data acquisition, control, test, and inspection systems
Video processing - editing, printers, copiers
Wireless Infrastructure - GSM, EDGE, and 3G cellular base stations

Software development tools, in-circuit emulators, 3rd party development boards, and a complete set of documentation are currently available for the TigerSHARC DSP.

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