A real-time digital signal processing peripheral for the LSI-11 /

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1985

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Real-time digital processing is a staple for research and development in the engineering laboratory. High speed, complex, array processing peripherals are available for general microcomputers, such as the LSI-11. These units are quite costly and would be major additions to any laboratory set-up. This thesis project deals with the design and development of a fast, small, inexpensive board to operate in conjunction with an LSI-Il microcomputer. With the TMS 32010 digital signal processor chip, the cost/performance goals come into reach. The 58 chip, single quad slot peripheral will be user programmable to perform integer Fourier analysis. A simple, yet versatile interface has been developed while maintaining a cost of under 1000 dollars.

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Real-time data processing, LSI 11 (Computer)

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